Get the Criminal Justice Training You Need
Prepare for a career in law enforcement with training in physical and behavioral sciences, criminal investigation, traffic law, patrol procedures, and scientific crime laboratory procedures. You'll learn from local instructors who are experts in tactical skills, interviewing investigation, special response, crisis management, and professional communication. If you're an ethical person with a strong sense of community and leadership, this may be the program area for you.
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“I love how in-depth the program is. I am prepared for a future career in law enforcement.”
The Criminal Justice associate’s degree is now a Z degree, meaning there is zero cost for textbooks. That's a savings of about $1,300! This is the first academic program at any of the 16 colleges in the Wisconsin Technical College System to have eliminated textbook costs. More programs at Nicolet are anticipated to join this trend.
Your Prior Experience Matters
Before you start a program, learn how your past experience can save you time and money. You may have previous education and work experience that could qualify for Credit for Prior Learning.
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Virtual Transfer Information & Registration Events
October 12, 9am-noon or 3pm-6pm https://franklin.zoom.us/j/94430628903
November 9, 9am-noon or 3pm-6pm https://franklin.zoom.us/j/95851766515
December 14, 9am-noon or 3pm-6pm https://franklin.zoom.us/j/97494716396
Students who attend one of these events and register for the spring term 2022 will receive a $100 book voucher and $25 registration fee waiver.
Register below to meet with a UW-Green Bay Transfer Admissions Counselor this semester: https://calendly.com/lynnbrandt/meet-with-uw-green-bay-transfer-admissions-counselor
University of Wisconsin Transfer Admissions Webinar
Wednesday, October 20th at 2:00 PM
The University of Wisconsin HELP team is hosting a virtual Transfer Admissions Panel. During this webinar, prospective transfer students can expect to learn helpful information about the transfer admissions and advising processes at several UW institutions. This event will feature advising representatives from UW-Milwaukee and UW-Oshkosh, as well as transfer admissions representatives from UW-Platteville and UW-Green Bay. Registration is required.
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