The University of Cincinnati’s (UC) 17th Annual Criminal Justice Career Expo on March 5 was a huge success, with over 60 public- and private-sector employers in attendance, including Amazon assets protection departments, TJ Maxx, and Target. The career expo was an excellent opportunity for criminal justice students to discuss internships, job opportunities, and make connections with a variety of employers. According to Susan Bourke, director of undergraduate studies for the School of Criminal Justice, over 300 students attended the event.
Asset protection has become a popular and rewarding career path within the private sector. Karl Langhorst, former senior corporate director of loss prevention for The Kroger Co., teaches Introduction to Loss Prevention and Corporate Security at the University of Cincinnati School of Criminal Justice. This course provides a foundation for students interested in the asset protection career path. Langhorst handed out copies of LP Magazine at the Career Expo to students, law enforcement, and university professors to further their knowledge about the asset protection profession.
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UC’s School of Criminal Justice is consistently ranked among the top fifteen best criminal justice schools by US News & World Report. UC offers a bachelor of criminal justice degree that is delivered 100 percent online. Students in this four-year online program receive the same instruction as resident students. Many students qualify for some form of financial aid, including federal grants or military benefits.
For students seeking an advanced degree, the University Of Cincinnati Graduate School of Criminal Justice also offers a 100 percent online masters degree in criminal justice. UC’s Criminal Justice Graduate School is ranked number eight and has been named one of the best online programs in US News & World Report for 2019.
Students can begin their coursework in the spring, summer, or fall semester. For more information about this program, please contact UC’s enrollment advisor at 833-556-7600 or onlinerecruitment [at] uc.edu.