The criminal justice profession is looking for dedicated, hardworking, and ethical men and women to fill the ongoing need for professionals in this challenging field. As a criminal justice professional, you will handle situations involving people who are often at a low point in their lives, whether victims of crime, suspects, or others in need of your help
Forensic psychology combines criminal justice and psychology into a unique field where you will study the psychology behind criminal behavior—and help prevent it. By applying psychological science to legal matters, you can assist judges and juries in determining criminal responsibility and punishment.
Counseling psychology focuses on helping people and providing services to those in need. You will develop a solid understanding of the world we live in and what guides human behavior. You will learn to conduct and analyze research, develop counseling and people-helping skills, and view psychology through a biblical worldview.
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