The criminal justice degree is designed to prepare students for careers in law enforcement, corrections, juvenile justice, or the courts. In addition, it also serves as the academic foundation to transfer on to complete a baccalaureate degree. For those already in the career field the program provides educational progress for promotion and other career development purposes.
Why Great Bay?
A strong academic curriculum taught by faculty with extensive experience in the field of criminal justice.
- Law Enforcement
- Security Guard
- Juvenile Justice
- Victim Advocacy
- Court Officer
- Homeland Security Certificate
- Homeland Security and Emergency Management Degree
- Psychology Associate of Arts
Faculty Q&A: Meet Eric Kulberg
Eric Kulberg serves as department chair/professor for GBCC’s Criminal Justice Program. Prior to joining Great Bay in 2019, Kulberg spent 10 years building a career in law enforcement. He worked as a detective at the University of New Hampshire as well as was employed seasonally with the Hampton Beach Police Department.