Graduates who concentrate in Corrections do such things as confine dangerous and aggressive individuals, prepare legal reports, search persons, subdue violent inmates, testify in court, and in some extreme cases use deadly force. They also identify and understand correctional practices in the United States in relation to philosophies of punishment, sentencing practices, victim’s rights, and institutional limitations.
Because career types vary widely in the homeland security industry, so do salaries. Here is a sampling of corrections-related jobs, their salaries and career prospects.
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Corrections Degree Options
List of Degrees
Develop Skills In Corrections
- Graduates will document a variety of behaviors and events in a manner that is specific, clear, grammatically correct, culturally sensitive, and legally defensible.
- Applying basic methods of institutional management and rehabilitative practices.
- Applying basic theories for the causes of crime and dynamics of criminal behavior.
- Applying the laws regulating institutional conduct in a fair manner.