Investigation & Security
Be the Change – Pursue a Career in Legal Studies
Do you want to make an impact on the world around you? Everyone who serves in the legal system shares a common mission: to serve, protect, and bring about positive change.
With a career in criminal justice, you will focus on criminal behavior and the reasons behind it. Or, working in legal studies you will focus on the law and how it is applied.
A career in legal studies or criminal justice gives you the opportunity to help people in all walks of life assert their rights.
No matter the path you choose, South College is here to provide you with quality education and personalized programs to prepare you for pursuing a career in legal studies. Request information now or learn more about our programs below.
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Associate of Science in Investigation and Security
- The Associate of Science in Investigation and Security program at South College is designed to prepare students for the legal and practical aspects of investigations, as well as thereal-world practice of surveillance and evidence collection. You will practice the techniques and technologies used in modern security organizations for asset protection, cybercrime detection, and both civil and criminal investigations.
Success at South College
Policing is very complex. To be successful, officers must constantly learn new ways of doing things. South College provided the opportunity for me to learn from the past so that I can be a part of how the future is changed.
The thing we like most about attending South College is the amazing instructors we have had who encourage us in school, help whenever needed, and always go the extra mile for their students. If we decide to further our degree we are going to come back to South College.
The desire to learn has been a driving force in my adult life, and the decision to continue my education at South College was one of the best decisions I have ever made. Every day I apply knowledge and skills that were taught and reinforced in the South College Criminal Justice Program.