Criminal Justice and Loss Prevention Management
You can select courses that can provide hands-on training in a crime lab setting utilizing contemporary technology, such as fingerprint kits, drug identification, ballistics, and firearms identification. The Criminal Justice Department is one of the only academic undergraduate programs in the country that utilizes a use of force simulator as part of our curriculum. Additional hands on courses include Interviewing/Interrogation and Firearms and Violence. We also offer a minor in Wildlife Conservation Law & Policing for students interested in a career as a game warden or conservation officer at the state or federal level. We offer a wide selection of internship options in your junior or senior year. You can also learn about other cultures and justice systems through opportunities to study abroad.
Graduates of NMU have gone onto become police officers and administrators, game wardens, juvenile delinquency specialists, corrections officers, federal agents, and loss prevention administrators. They work for local, state and federal agencies.
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