"Brevard College is such a wonderful place. So lucky are those that find themselves there." -Kortney, Brevard College Graduate.
Brevard College has a partnership with Appalachian School of Law who offers preferential admissions to Brevard College students!
Brevard’s interdisciplinary and comprehensive program goes beyond studying law and order in the justice system.
The experiential approach takes you from the classroom to the courtroom, correctional facilities, and simulated crime scenes. You will have the opportunity to participate in the police academy and receive state certification as a law enforcement officer ready for immediate employment.
Brevard College graduates with Criminal Justice degrees are successfully using their training at the following:
- Transylvania County Sheriff’s Office
- Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
- Osceola County Sheriff’s Office
- Henderson Sheriff's Office
- Hendersonville Police Department
- ALE Alcohol Law Enforcement North Carolina
- Asheville Police Department
- Winston-Salem Police Department
- Mint Hill Police Department
- Greenville Sheriff's Department
- Brevard Police Department
- Hillsborough Sheriff's Office
- U.S. Border Patrol
Brevard College graduates have proven that you can do anything with a Criminal Justice degree. Below is a list of job titles of graduates from Brevard's Program:
- Police Officer
- Legal Assistant
- Sherriff's Deputy
- Psychiatric Technician
- Correctional Officer
- Social Service Assistant
- Administrative Assistant
- Join the Criminal Justice Honor Society and participate in community service projects, social events, and educational seminars and workshops.
- Experience the current justice system during field trips to observe court, interview criminal justice practitioners, go on jail tours, and see K-9 law enforcement demonstrations.
- Practice your knowledge and get live feedback during simulated jury selection and court exercises.
- Explore career options early in your education, including local, state, and federal law enforcement, victim services, or juvenile delinquency and rehabilitation.
- Attend the Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy as an internship and receive a State Certification.
- Work undercover operations with local law enforcement.
- Create and administer policies adopted by local law enforcement agencies.
- Create Public Service Announcements.
Criminal Justice majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Criminal Justice. Minors in Criminal Justice and Pre-Law are also available.
Along with the Bachelor of Arts, you will graduate with a State certification as a law enforcement officer, ready for immediate employment.