Ferris State University – Criminal Justice College Degree

If you are looking to expand your Criminal Justice college education, then Ferris State University may fit your needs.

Ferris State University

901 S State St, Big Rapids, Michigan 49307-2251

Website:www.ferris.edu
General Info:(231) 591-2000
Campus Setting:Town: Distant
Campus Housing:Yes
Student Population:13087 (11839 undergraduate)


Ferris State University offers courses designed for Criminal Justice college degree and/or certificate program completion. Ferris State University is a 4-year, Public higher learning institution, which serves up one or more of the programs below:

  • Criminal Justice
  • Homeland Security
  • Law Enforcement Administration
  • Forensic Sciences
  • Criminology
  • Transnational Crime
  • Law Enforcement Policy
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Private Security
  • and more...
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2 comments… add one
  • danrose01

    Where would you rank Ferris State state wise and nation wise? My counselor considered it a good school for Criminal Justice and i’m hoping to go there and then transfer to Michigan State. And a general question relating to studying in Criminal Justice would be if you are able to graduate in four years but you feel like five would be considerably better to gain more knowledge by taking more classes would you stay for another year? Would it help considerably in your career or would you learn most skills during your career paths?

    • Radek Gadek

      Ferris State seems familiar, but not enough to pin point it as one of the best in Michigan. I may be wrong.

      I feel four years will be more than enough. And, although you are welcome to complete more courses, it wouldn’t help much with most criminal justice careers. Maybe specialized courses in Forensic Science and/or certifications may shine a more favorable light on your application in addition to your CJ degree. I would see what requirements the employers you want to work for have in relation to the position you’re seeking. Yes, I feel you’ll learn most skills during the course of your career.

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