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According to experts, the average earnings for criminal justice investigators is $45,000. Salary depends on education background and job experience.

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You can apply to a local college and enroll in the criminal justice program. THIS allow you to earn BA in the criminal justice field. If you can't commit to going to college you could also earn s degree online in the criminal justice field.


Is it possible to earn an associates degree in criminal justice online. You can check http://www.northwesterncollegeonline.com/programs/criminal-justice-associate-degree-online.asp for more information.



64,000 for average. when bigins he/she could earn up to 50,000 depending what education she/he has



AnswerI believe that American InterContinental is one of the best colleges you should go to get a degree as a criminal justice lawyer.


There really is nothing outside of the criminal justice degree that you need to know that doesn't already relate to the field. For instance, one prerequisite you may need is An Introduction to Criminal Justice, which is really just a part of the criminal justice degree.



they make about around 3-4 millon dollars a year at that it maybe much much more than thatand as grow in the field more you earn about 4-6 millon dollars a year. depending what you do in criminal investigating depends on how much you get a year.



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Depends on their rank/pay grade or GS rating and time in service.



Criminal justice is a broad field. Programs are offered by tech schools, community college and four-year institutions. There are two-year and four-year degree programs, as well as advanced degrees and related certifications. Here's a list of programs in Ohio; www.uscollegesearch.org/ohio-criminal-justice-colleges.html


A criminal justice degree is typically a four year college degree. You can earn a degree both at a traditional college and at an online college. Here's a website with lots more information regarding going into criminal justice: http://www.allcriminaljusticeschools.com/criminal-justice-resources/criminaljusticestudies


According to the US Department of Labor Statistics, detectives and criminal investigators make a mean annual salary of $58,750 with $4895 monthly.


Average of 2 to 3 years demends on your testings results when returning to school


If you do it on the computer it will be 1 to 2 years if you do it in a real school it will take2 to 2 and a half years


The fees differs from college to college. The best would be to request free information from some online colleges that offer online associates and online bachelors in criminal justice and compare the tuition.


There are many online programs that allow students to earn a criminal justice diploma. One college that does have a physical campus as well as online courses is St. Petersburg College in Florida.


Very little. Most work free-lance or only make enough to cover basic expenditures.


Clinical Psycologists usually earns between $45,000 and $75,000NZD per year, whereas Criminal Justice Psycologists and Educational Psycologists ususally earns between $43,000 and $66,000NZD per year.


As much as a woodchuck could, if a woodchuck could chuck wood.


Salaries in criminal justice vary widely from place to place and dependent on what level your job is. The average salaries are not usually very high because most are public employees. The up side of public employment is that it is steady; crime is not going away any time soon.



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