You aspire to make your community safer. You’re committed to fairness and the rule of law. You want to foster connections between communities. If this sounds like you, you’re right for a career in criminal justice. Our graduates have worked for the Bureau of Tobacco and Firearms, the U.S. Supreme Court Police, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and police departments across the region.
Criminal Justice Programs
At Monroe, you’ll learn aspects of the criminal justice system at the local, state, and federal levels. Our curriculum empowers you, future law enforcement officers, social workers, and emergency responders with the tools you need to solve challenging, real-life problems. Your professors are professionals in their fields, and New York City is your backyard.
Criminal Justice (AS)
An introduction to various aspects of criminal justice. Graduate with the skills and credentials necessary for an entry into criminal justice and its related fields.
Criminal Justice (BS)
Whether you’re entering or currently working in the field, a bachelor’s degree gives you the competencies and credentials you need to move up to supervisory, development, or management positions.
Criminal Justice (MS)
A graduate degree in Criminal Justice opens the door for advancement. Study online or on campus, and join other professionals who come to Monroe’s King Graduate School to learn how to meet the threats and challenges of the 21st century.
Human Services Program
You’ve got a dream to help others. You want to make your community a better place to live and work. With a Monroe degree in Human Services, you’ll emerge as a well-informed, ethical practitioner ready to serve your community in a social service agency, mental health or substance abuse facility, shelter, and more.
Human Services (AS)
Gain a solid foundation in the human services field and qualify for entry-level positions upon graduation.
Human Services (BS)
Build on basic foundation skills with a field placement, giving you hands-on experience in the field in a mentored environment.