*This program is no longer accepting enrollments
Does the legal system intrigue you? Would you like to protect and serve your community? If so, consider a Criminal Justice training program at Miller-Motte College in Macon, GA to get you on the path to a new career.
This is a Hybrid track program. What does this mean for you? You will take most of your coursework online with video, audio, and text-based lessons and interactive discussion groups. You’ll then spend a few hours each week at the campus for face-to-face training. It’s the best of both worlds, for your convenience.
This allows you to earn your Associate of Occupational Science degree in as little as 18 months. Plus, our hands-on training and qualified instructors will give you and anyone from Macon, Atlanta, Warner Robins, Milledgeville and the surrounding areas the tools needed to stand out in the job market.
After earning your Associate of Occupational Science degree in Criminal Justice, you’ll be able to use your training and knowledge to protect and serve. In order to earn your degree in as little as 18 months, you’ll take a variety of classes like:
If you would like more information about the classes in our Criminal Justice program, download our Course Catalog.
At Miller-Motte College, we prepare students for a successful career after graduation. Once you’ve earned your Associate of Occupational Science Degree in Criminal Justice, you’ll have the knowledge and skills needed to protect and serve your community.
There are many careers in Criminal Justice that may be of interest to you. A few these include:
At Miller-Motte, we’ll help you turn your dreams into reality with our Criminal Justice training program in Macon, GA. Call us today at 800.705.9182 to begin your training for a Criminal Justice career. To request more information, click here.
Note: This program is not intended to meet state requirements for a law enforcement officer or police officer.*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Correctional Officers and Bailiffs, on the Internet at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/protective-service/correctional-officers.htm