A bachelor’s degree in criminal justice can lead to a variety of career paths. That’s why Indiana Tech offers three areas of specialization: administration, crime analysis, and rehabilitative services.
Rehabilitative Services Specialty
The rehabilitative services specialty is designed to meet the needs of individuals who wish to work in the field of juvenile and adult probation, parole and aftercare services. This is a growing field in which care is focused on assessing and rehabilitating individuals who have been convicted of a criminal offense or who are at risk. The curriculum consists of courses that provide training in risk assessment, needs assessment, counseling, group therapy and applied probation and parole services.
As a graduate of the rehabilitative services program, you will be prepared for employment in public or private agencies involved with juvenile or adult rehabilitative services. You’ll have the skills to assess, monitor and treat individuals who need help and assistance with their rehabilitation.