The B.S. in Justice Studies degree allows the student to apply to graduate school and law school and is a promotion credential in many law enforcement positions.
Recent graduates have been employed as:
State police officers, county sheriffs, municipal police officers, FBI, Border patrol, correction officers, paralegals in various fields such as healthcare, legal services, court clerks and domestic violence advocate. Earlier graduates have positions as Assistant District Attorneys and Assistant Attorney Generals, private attorneys, Chiefs of Police including the State Police, Game Wardens, County Sheriffs, U.S. Marshall for Maine, and Maine Commissioner of Corrections.
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