The Criminal Justice Administration Program is designed to permit the pursuit of different professional career goals while integrating the student of criminal justice and law with other relevant disciplines. A degree in criminal justice administration prepares students for entry-level employment in law enforcement, corrections and court based agencies, and provides opportunities for promotion and leadership roles within those agencies.
The Human services Program is designed to assist students in developing empirically –based knowledge and practice skills fundamental for success in the Human Services field, one of the most rapidly growing sectors in the United States economy.
What is CSI really like?
Former Columbia College forensics students now with KC Police Lab show current students what CSI is really like.
Criminal justice students visit the Jefferson City Correctional Center
"This is not a tour of the Smithsonian; you’re going to want to stay with the group," Joseph Carrier told a dozen criminal justice students.