Law & Justice Associate's Degrees
An associate degree in law and justice can be an important step along the path towards a position working in court administration, juvenile justice, law enforcement, social services or paralegal services. An associate degree in law and justice typically requires students to take courses on the basics of the issues of correctional law and the justice system process. Bryant & Stratton College allows students to choose from several associate degree programs in the law and justice field, including options in criminal justice and paralegal studies.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for those in the law and justice fields of paralegals and legal assistants are predicted to increase at a higher rate than most other industries. There is expected to be a twenty-eight percent increase in the number of employment opportunities between 2008 and 2018.
Research the education requirements for specific law and justice field careers at our law and justice career center page.