Impact Careers Start Here
If making a positive social impact is your career goal, you have countless paths – in shelter care, private investigation, 911 dispatch, probation and parole, corrections, juvenile detention, and many more in-demand fields that make a difference.
Get your start with the new Justice and Community Advocacy degree.
You'll obtain hands-on skills in investigation practices, crisis management, motivational interviewing, situational awareness/defense, and more – while gaining a solid foundation in communication, advocacy, and inclusion.
Program Code: 1050410
The demand for individuals in service-oriented jobs is growing. The Justice & Community Advocacy program will teach students the functions of community advocacy agencies, correctional facilities, operations in probation & parole, criminal justice agencies, private investigation and emergency dispatch careers. Completion of this degree provides the graduate knowledge to improve lives of individuals and communities in a variety of jobs and interests. Graduates will learn how to provide services and assistance in socially conscious and inclusive way that inspire the neediest individuals and families to envision a future with hope. Graduates will also learn skills in situational awareness & defense, crisis management and de-escalation, substance abuse, mental health services and special needs populations.