There are schools offering criminal justice degrees in New York!
Schools Offering Criminal Justice Programs in New York
Around 1.2% of New York's graduates graduate from criminal justice degree programs every year. In other words, every year an estimated 6,716 criminal justice professionals graduate from New York's 94 criminal justice schools.
Syracuse University, which is located in Syracuse, is the top-ranked school in New York that has a criminal justice program. It received a ranking of 22nd in the country in 2010. 26 students graduated with a degree in criminal justice from Syracuse University in 2010. Tuition at Syracuse University was $36,302 per year.
Marist College, which was ranked 26th nationwide in 2010, is the second-ranked school in New York that has a criminal justice program. It is located in Poughkeepsie. In 2010, 51 students graduated from Marist College criminal justice program. Students at Marist College paid $27,740 per year in tuition fees.
Rochester Institute of Technology, which is located in Rochester, is the third-ranked school in New York that has a criminal justice program. It received a ranking of 27th in the country in 2010. In 2010, 40 students graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology criminal justice program. Tuition at Rochester Institute of Technology was $30,717 per year.
Tuition at New York's criminal justice schools ranges from $36,302 per year to $3,320 per year. But, the average tuition is $12,190 per year. In 2010, the criminal justice schools that charged the highest tuition rates in New York were:
- Syracuse University - located in Syracuse, students are charged $36,302 per year
- Elmira College - located in Elmira, students are charged $35,900 per year
- Pace University-New York - located in New York, students are charged $33,702 per year
The lowest tuition rates at New York criminal justice schools were charged at the following schools:
- Dutchess Community College - located in Poughkeepsie, students are charged $3,320 per year
- CUNY Queensborough Community College - located in Oakland Gardens, students are charged $3,490 per year
- CUNY Kingsborough Community College - located in Brooklyn, students are charged $3,500 per year
A criminal justice degree from a New York school... what next?
Special agent, private detective, security guard, bailiff, and transit police officer are the professions of choice for a majority of criminal justice graduates in New York. In 2010, there were 169,180 criminal justice professional working in New York, including 34,310 correctional officers, 9,150 special agents, and 2,300 private detectives. The largest populations of New York criminal justice professional are working in the following counties:
- Bergen County - 94,820 criminal justice professionals
- Nassau County - 14,070 criminal justice professionals
- Livingston County - 7,160 criminal justice professionals
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts by 2018, an estimated 187,420 criminal justice professionals will be working in New York. This would require the number of criminal justice professional to grow by 4%.
On average, criminal justice professionals earn a salary of $54,493 per year in New York state. However, New York criminal justice professional earned anywhere in the range from as less than $16,130 per year to more than $125,060 per year in 2010. The counties in New York with the highest average salary for criminal justice professionals are:
- Bergen County - $54,866 per year
- Dutchess County - $53,253 per year
- Clinton County - $50,456 per year
The New York counties with the lowest average salary for criminal justice professionals are:
- Broome County - $32,945 per year
- Warren County - $34,105 per year
- Hamilton County - $36,473 per year
The criminal justice professionals with highest average salaries in New York were:
- Special Agent - $74,150 per year
- Transit Police Officer - $58,810 per year
- Paralegal - $56,920 per year
The criminal justice professionals with lowest average salaries in New York were:
- Private Detective - $50,370 per year
- Security Guard - $29,070 per year
The charts and graphs below have additional New York statistics regarding a career in criminal justice. Take a look and compare salaries with various related fields such as criminology or forensic science.
Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.
- Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice in New York
- Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice in New York
- Master's Degree in Criminal Justice in New York
- Doctoral Degree in Criminal Justice in New York
- Certificate in Criminal Justice in New York
Curious what studying Criminal Justice gets you?
Check out the different options and how they're looking in New York
|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Correctional Officers and Jailers||34,310||$56,480||-7.2%|
|Paralegals and Legal Assistants||23,350||$56,920||1.8%|
|Detectives and Criminal Investigators||9,150||$74,150||18.5%|
|Private Detectives and Investigators||2,300||$50,370||32.9%|
|Transit and Railroad Police||120||$58,810|
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