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is a bachelors in criminal justice with two majors in sociology and Special Education a good fit?

cat1994i8cat1994i8 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
if i am unsure if i will go to graduate school and become a criminal justice teacher or work in a related criminal justice job

Replies to: is a bachelors in criminal justice with two majors in sociology and Special Education a good fit?

  • me29034me29034 Registered User Posts: 1,640 Senior Member
    I'm not sure I understand your question. A Bachelor's in Criminal Justice, means that you majored in criminal justice, not something else. Depending on the school, a double major with one of your other choices is probably possible. Triple majors are very hard just because you can't fit all the required courses in and wouldn't likely have to stay for more years just to finish.

    I also don't understand what Special Ed has to do with criminal justice. That seems like a completely different career path.
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