Ever wanted to make the world a safer place? You don’t have to be a superhero to do it! Take on public safety challenges with a Criminal Justice Degree from Indian Hills!
|Campus||Ottumwa Campus (Main)|
|Entry Term||Fall, Spring and Summer\ Terms|
|Length of Program||7 Terms (21 Months)|
Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.) or Associate of Arts Degree (A.A.)
When you get your criminal justice degree, it’s not just Life. Changing. for you. You can make a Life. Changing. difference for everyone around you, too!
So how will you make your mark? Will you advocate for victims? Counsel youth in correctional facilities? Serve as a fish and game warden? Piece together crimes as a detective or investigator? Patrol your community’s roads and highways as an officer? Analyze top secret intelligence for the CIA?
Wherever you choose to make your mark, Indian Hills will help you get there. First we immerse you in the basics and ethics of criminal justice and coach you into becoming a phenomenal communicator. From there, it’s time to dive into the procedures, investigations, psychology, technology and laws you’ll use every day.
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Our Criminal Justice graduates uphold public safety. Check out some of the places you might find them working below! Are you ready to join them?
- Iowa State Patrol
- Iowa Department of Corrections
- Iowa Department of Natural Resources
- United States Marshal’s Service
- County Sheriff Departments
- Local Police Departments
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Iowa Department of Human Services
- State Patrols
- Agency Juvenile Shelters
Are you ready? Let’s do this! Check out the program details, download your background check form and send in your application. You’re on your way to a Life.Changing. career!
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Note: Please be aware that there are unique pre–employment qualifications for positions
in this field, which may include passing extensive criminal and character background
checks, physical requirements, polygraph testing, oral boards, drug screening, and/or
other requirements pertinent to current hiring practices.
(Required as part of the admissions process)
You have the right to ask questions! Just ask our highly experienced program director, Tim King. Between his 28 years of police force experience, FBI National Academy training and degree in homeland security, Tim has the answers you need.
Tim King, Program Director, Criminal Justice
(641) 683-5111, ext. 1839 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 1839