Often, when we think about the US economy, we focus on the large multinational corporations that have become household names, from Apple to WalMart, from Google to Bank of America, from Exxon Mobil to CVS. Such firms employ tens of millions of people, to be sure, and are of course vitally important to the economic health of the nation and world.
Criminal justice is a rising field in the United States that is growing on all levels of government and in the private sector. At Bay State College, we’re proud to help our students launch successful careers with both a two year Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice and a more comprehensive four year Criminal Justice Bachelor’s program. Upon graduating, here are some of the highest paying jobs for which you’ll be qualified:
1) Police and Detectives
With a median salary of $56,980 according…
Dr. William Morrissette discusses the “CSI effect” and the addition of a new criminal justice course at Bay State which considers the degree to which television depictions of criminal justice process influence the acquisition of justice in the real world system.
The Bay State community is one of a kind. Read more about one of our student clubs in this blog post, as we spotlight the Community O’s – an organization that has been active on campus for many years!
An essential part of our vision at Bay State is to provide students not only with a first-rate education, but with the skills and qualifications necessary to secure competitive jobs at the country’s largest and most successful corporations. We love to hear about where our alumni end up, and in this blog post we’d like to share some of their recent successes with you.