Criminal Justice (Information Security and Assurance)

Criminal justice, often considered together with criminology, is the study of criminal offending, victimization, and processing of offenders by the criminal justice system.

Criminal Justice considers a broad range of topics that include: identifying motivations and opportunities for criminal offending, predicting patterns of offending, examining patterns of offending and victimization across different groups in society, evaluating the effectiveness of various crime control policies, and examining the primary components of the criminal and juvenile justice systems.

This tool should only be used as a guide — remember to meet with your academic adviser, Career Services and/or faculty to determine appropriate career options.

  • My future career:

    Computer Security Specialist

  • My future career:

    Corporate Security

  • My future career:

    Cyber Security Analyst

  • My future career:

    Fraud Investigator

  • My future career:

    Intelligence Analyst

  • My future career:

    Network Systems/Data Analyst

  • My future career:

    Special Agent

  • My future career:

    White Collar Crime Investigator

  • Career Possibilities

    • Computer Security Specialist
    • Corporate Security
    • Cyber Security Analyst
    • Fraud Investigator
    • Intelligence Analyst
    • Network Systems/Data Analyst
    • Special Agent
    • White Collar Crime Investigator