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Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Cluster: Law Enforcement Service Pathway

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The UNG Career Roadmaps are aligned with the Georgia Department of Education Career Clusters and Career Pathways. UNG Career Roadmaps are to help students understand the relevance between education and the workforce and highlight the connection between career clusters in high schools and college majors at UNG.
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High School Pathway
Law Enforcement Services

1st HS Course: 29.41000
Introduction to Government and
Public Administration

Estimated Salaries

$32,400

Prospective Careers & Employers

Police Officer, Baliff, Transit Police, Police Dispatcher, Corrections Officer, TSA Agent

1st College Major Course:
CRJU 1100
Introduction to Criminal Justice

Estimated Salaries

$38,770

Prospective Careers & Employers

Private Security, Fingerprint Examiner, Loss Prevention Officer, Assistant Prison Warden, Law Enforcement Officer

1st College Major Course:
CRJU 1100
Introduction to Criminal Justice

Estimated Salaries

$52,000

Prospective Careers & Employers

Criminal Investigator, Detective, Special Agent, Police Officer, Forensic Science Technician, Probation Officer, Intelligence Research Specialist, Defense Investigator, Drug Treatment Specialist, Customs Inspector, Canine Enforcement Officer, Prison Warden, Federal Agent

Department of Labor Employment Outlook

2010 Employment:
690 (Average)

Anticipated Growth by 2020:
17%

Annual Job Openings Anticipated:
70

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Tuition & Fee Savings

15 hours - $1,791

30 hours - $3,583

45 hours - $5,373

60 hours - $7,164

Global Skills Needed: Communication, Teamwork, Interpersonal Skills, Leadership, Problem-Solving, Critical Thinking, Professionalism

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