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Administration of Justice (ADMJ)

Career Options & Highlights

Currently, there is a high demand for well-trained, educated professionals in the fields of corrections and law enforcement. Folsom Lake College’s AA and AS-T degrees prepare students for entry-level positions, the academy, or transfer to four-year programs in Administration of Justice. Graduates will be able to seek employment with local, state, and federal governments, as well as the private sector.

Career Options
Community Services Officer
Corrections Officer
Crime Scene Investigator
Deputy Sheriff
Identification Technician
Police Officer
Parole Officer
Probation Officer
A variety of support service occupations

Potential employers include Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies:
Sheriff
Police
California Highway Patrol
Federal Bureau of Investigations
Drug Enforcement Administration
Department of Justice
Crime Scene Investigations
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Some positions, however, require a four-year degree for which FLC's program is an excellent foundation
for transfer.

Updated 06/01/16

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