Criminal Justice Schools in Michigan (MI)


Michigan Criminal Justice Degree Programs

 

Choose your criminal justice program from the list of Michigan schools below. You may choose from traditional classroom courses and flexible online programs, and from a variety of reputable criminal justice degrees.

As a member of Michigan’s law enforcement, you will:

  • Carry out criminal investigations
  • Provide assistance to civilians and other officers
  • Gather and analyze evidence
  • Work closely with attorneys to prosecute criminals

Some career figures for criminal justice graduates in Michigan:

  • Average annual salary: $51,840
  • Currently employed: 15,780
  • Employment outlook: 9% growth
  • Most popular degrees: Associate’s, Certificate

Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.

South University

South University enjoys a long-standing tradition of excellence in education and personalized student attention.
Since its humble beginnings, South University has experienced continued growth transforming from a two-year college into a four-year university offering associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degree programs with campus locations in Columbia, South Carolina; Montgomery, Alabama; Savannah, Georgia; and Tampa and West Palm Beach, Florida.

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