Protective Services, GeneralPrint
Topics of Study
This major focuses on specific aspects of protective services not listed elsewhere, such as criminal science, terrorism/counterterrorism operations, and homeland security. You will take some general courses in the field of protective services and a number of highly specialized courses in the specific subject area.
- A certificate or associate degree prepares you to work in a specific area of protective services, or transfer to a four-year college.
- A bachelor's degree offers more in-depth education in specific subject areas.
- A graduate with a degree in this major prepares you to work in the areas of security prevention, corrections, education, or law enforcement.
- Correction Officer
- Crime Lab Technician
- Customs Inspector
- Detective (Police)
- Fish And Game Warden
- Park Ranger
- Parole Officer
- Private Detective/Investigator
- Security Guard
- Security Manager
- Transportation Security Officer