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Qualified professionals in the fields of criminal justice and addictions are needed now more than ever. Illegal drugs and substance abuse are harmful to society in many ways. An emerging phenomenon is the growth of specialized courts to adjudicate drunk-driving and drug crimes.
Graduates of Alvernia’s degree program in Criminal Justice Administration with a minor in Behavioral Health are well-prepared to succeed in these judicial systems. They find employment in the broader law enforcement-related fields, and also in juvenile detention centers, county parole offices, and state correctional institutions.
Faculty from both disciplines are highly-qualified professionals who bring their experience and enthusiasm into the classroom. Alvernia's long-standing Behavioral Health Studies program is one of the first of its kind in the United States.
Prepare to make a positive impact in the field of criminal justice administration.