You know you want serve your community, but you are unsure which pathway to take. Review the case scenario and decide which perspective best fits your approach.

Debbie lives with her husband, Bill, and their 3-year-old daughter, Alicia. Bill is stressed from working long hours at the local factory. He has started drinking alcohol every night when he comes home from work to help cope with his stress. Debbie is concerned about Bill’s drinking because he is drinking more every night. Alicia is having difficulties at preschool. One evening Bill and Debbie have a fight. Bill pushes Debbie down the steps. Debbie calls the police.

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To learn more of the Criminal Justice role in this scenario, click here.

The Zane State College Criminal Justice – Police Science major emphasizes areas of criminal justice designed for students who intend to pursue careers in the law enforcement profession which include local, state and federal law enforcement, court bailiffs, criminal investigations and criminology. Some of the career paths include, but are not limited to municipal police, sheriff’s deputy, court bailiff, security officers, and positions in the Department of Natural Resources and Homeland Security.

The degree program is suitable for those professionals who wish to enter the criminal justice field, those who are already employed in the field and wish to advance as well as those who seek to continue their education at the baccalaureate level. Criminal Justice professionals play important roles in protecting the public and the administration of justice. Specific admission requirements are available from the Criminal Justice Program Director. 

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Degree: 
AAS
Location: 
Zanesville
Cambridge
Duration: 
2 Years
Type: 
Public Service

Curriculum:

Associate Degree
Course of Study

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