You were always the person in your group of friends who followed the rules, never TPing, prank phone calling, staying out past curfew, or even speeding 3 mph over the limit. And to this very day, you refuse to put a toe out of line. You’re already a hardcore follower of every letter of the law, so why not get paid it?
Your options in criminal justice are far and wide — and jobs in this field are on the rise. In fact, police and detective jobs are forecasted to rise by 10% now until 2018,* and cybersecurity is more in demand as technology advances and integrates itself into society. Average salary varies greatly depending on the discipline you are interested in (e.g., $27,000 average security guard salary to $75,000 average homicide detective salary).*
Your passion to protect, service, and investigate exists without a question. Now all it takes is putting that into motion. You see what is right and wrong — and you want to fix the wrong to make the community a safer place. How you do it is up to you. Start your path to criminal justice today.*Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook *Satisfaction in the Practice of Law: Findings from a Long-Term Study of Attorneys' Careers
American InterContinental University offers 4 Legal and Law degree programs. It's a medium sized, private for-profit, four-year university in a outlying rural area. In 2019, 450 Legal and Law students graduated with students earning 288 Bachelor's degrees, and 162 Associate's degrees.
Northern Arizona University offers 16 Legal and Law degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a small city. In 2019, 321 Legal and Law students graduated with students earning 297 Bachelor's degrees, 19 Certificates, and 5 Master's degrees.
Arizona State University-Tempe offers 4 Legal and Law degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a midsize city. In 2019, 138 Legal and Law students graduated with students earning 108 Bachelor's degrees, 18 Certificates, 9 Master's degrees, and 3 Doctoral degrees.
University of Arizona offers 19 Legal and Law degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 497 Legal and Law students graduated with students earning 329 Bachelor's degrees, 128 Doctoral degrees, and 40 Master's degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|University of Phoenix-Arizona Phoenix, AZ||746 : 1||94,724|
|Rio Salado College Tempe, AZ||406 : 1||19,103|
|Arizona State University-Skysong Scottsdale, AZ||51 : 1||45,073|
|Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix Phoenix, AZ||19 : 1||11,420|
|American InterContinental University Chandler, AZ||191 : 1||9,952|
|Pima Community College Tucson, AZ||76 : 1||19,512|
|Phoenix College Phoenix, AZ||73 : 1||11,109|
|Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, AZ||27 : 1||30,733|
|Arizona State University-Tempe Tempe, AZ||24 : 1||53,286|
|Yavapai College Prescott, AZ||65 : 1||7,428|
|Arizona Western College Yuma, AZ||64 : 1||7,500|
|National Paralegal College Phoenix, AZ||770|
|Grand Canyon University Phoenix, AZ||218 : 1||96,211|
|Mesa Community College Mesa, AZ||68 : 1||20,351|
|University of Arizona Tucson, AZ||24 : 1||44,577|
|Chandler-Gilbert Community College Chandler, AZ||111 : 1||15,585|
|Estrella Mountain Community College Avondale, AZ||98 : 1||10,120|
|Paradise Valley Community College Phoenix, AZ||69 : 1||7,900|
|Scottsdale Community College Scottsdale, AZ||60 : 1||8,602|
|Glendale Community College Glendale, AZ||69 : 1||18,054|