Education Abroad for CJ and FI

UW-Platteville Education Abroad Student

Why study Criminal Justice and Forensic investigation abroad?

For students interested in pursuing a career in criminal justice or forensic investigation, the college years are the perfect time to broaden horizons by learning about political systems around the world. By incorporating an international experience in a UW-Platteville degree, students are able to compare and contrast systems of justice around the world, challenge themselves by learning about alternative approaches to familiar problems, and return with a fresh perspective on the criminal system in the United States.  

Whether participating on a program specifically targeted for the field of criminal justice and forensic investigation or not, students should keep their eyes and ears open on the following issues: How is immigration dealt with in the host culture? What are the procedures and rights of criminals? What is the structure of the courts? How do politics and the media shape these institutions or the opinions about these institutions?

Upon graduation, having international experience on a resume can also help distinguish applicants in the competitive job market.  It can help demonstrate a global perspective of the field and real-world issues, flexibility and adaptability, and knowledge of and openness to other cultures.

 

PROGRAMS RECOMMENDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

The Department of Criminal Justice has not identified any recommended programs for their students.  Students can ask their academic advisors if they have any recommended programs and/or courses based on their personal or other advisees' experiences abroad.

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STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTCIE MAJORS

 

 

WHERE Criminal Justice and forensic
investigation MAJORS HAVE RECENTLY STUDIED

Contact Education Abroad Alumni

Interested in hearing from other criminal justice or forensic investigation students who have studied abroad?  The following education abroad alumni are interested in connecting with prospective participants and may be contacted with questions and for more information about their experiences abroad.

Name Program Major, Minor Term Abroad E-mail
Ronald Jacobus Police Study in Berlin, Germany Criminal Justice Summer 2013 jacobusr@uwplatt.edu
Alexis Miramontes University of the South Pacific, Fiji Forensic Investigation Spring 2013 miramontesa@uwplatt.edu
Mickala Schneider St Mary's Universtiy, England Criminal Justice, Spanish Spring 2014 schneidermi@uwplatt.edu
Edwin Sullivan Anglo-American University, Czech Republic Criminal Justice and Political Science Spring 2013 sullivaned12@gmail.com

   

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