Administration of Justice

Administration of Justice

Administration of Justice Degree

Your Justice Future Starts Today

Earn a future-focused, career-ready administration of justice degree.

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Employment in the Justice field will grow faster than the average of all occupations, with medium annual salaries of $56,230 for paralegals/legal assistants1 and $66,020 for law enforcement officers.2

The Administration of Justice program prepares you for a rewarding and respected career protecting our communities, helping others, and promoting justice in a complex and ever-changing world. You'll gain the skills to pursue a variety of career opportunities in federal, state, and local law-enforcement arenas. 

Our administration of justice degree has an innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum taught by a faculty team with strong academic and professional experience. You'll be prepared to follow a broad range of occupational pathways that include police officer, lawyer, paralegal, customs and border protection agent, judicial law clerk, criminologist, and legislative assistant. Our graduates hit the ground running with a comprehensive understanding of the Justice system.

When you apply for a degree or certificate at the College of Applied Science & Technology, you join the University of Arizona, a top 50 public university with the nation's #7 online bachelor's degree.

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Faculty

Todd Lutes, PhD

Associate Professor

Nicol Rae, DPhil

Associate Dean for Research & Development Program Director, Administration of Justice Program Director, Government & Public Service

1 "Paralegals and Legal Assistants," Occupational Outlook Handbook

2 "Police and Detectives," Occupational Outlook Handbook