Criminology and Justice Studies

Student Resources

Internship & Field Experience Courses

All CJS majors are required to complete an internship/field experience course with an attached internship or service-learning component. We offer several options for courses and site placements focusing on areas of interest in the criminology and criminal justice field.

Information for Fall 2021: Our decision to offer in-person internship/field experience courses and internships/service-learning is based on guidance from CSUN, local and state ordinances, and CDC guidelines. We are currently planning to offer internship courses in-person/on-campus and have both virtual and in-person internship/field experience options based on students' needs. For in-person courses, instructors and students will be required to adhere to safety guidelines set forth by CSUN. 

Please note that we may switch back to fully online dependent on the guidance received from local public health authorities. Please refer to the class meeting schedule provided in SOLAR and the information below to note the meeting format of these courses. For students who have questions or concerns about the meeting format of the courses, we encourage you to contact the course instructor directly. 

For specific questions regarding internships and field experience courses, contact Dr. Katherine Lorenz at

Internship/Field Experience Guide and Handbook:

All students, faculty, and internship site supervisors are expected to review the Internship and Field Experience Handbook, applicable to every class and good for students, faculty, and staff. We encourage students to review this document prior to beginning their internship/field experience work. 

The CJS Internship/Field Experience Courses for Fall 2021:

For fall 2021, the CJS department will be offering the following courses to fulfill the internship and field experience requirement. Please note that the structure and design of these courses have been modified in response to health and safety precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Students are encouraged to choose the course that best fits their needs and career interests. Review the information below for information about each course for fall 2021 and instructions for applying to and enrolling in each course. Note that there is not an application deadline, but we will enroll students until the courses are at capacity on a first-come-first-serve basis for eligible students. 

CJS 494 A/AA: Law Enforcement (AT CAPACITY FOR FALL 2021)

CJS 494A/AA-01 (section 1): This course is designed for students who would like to learn more about the law enforcement field and profession. This section of CJS 494A/AA is for students who 1) are not comfortable returning to on-campus instruction, or 2) students who identify a policing organization on their own to complete an internship. CJS 494A/AA-01 students enrolled in the Fall 2021 semester who do not have an internship site will be completing asynchronous work (class project) instead of internship hours. Students will be required to complete an individual project based on analyzing either a law enforcement agency or a law enforcement topic. Further information regarding the structure and content of the project will be provided on the first day of class. Students who self-place at a law enforcement organization will complete 120 internship hours and a project related to their internship work. The class will meet online once each month to assist students with the completion of their projects. 

CJS 494A/AA-02 (section 2): This course is designed for students who would like to learn more about the law enforcement field and profession. CJS 494A/AA-02 students will be required to complete 120 field internship hours during the semester that will be completed in-person at the LAPD-Valley Bureau police station. This class will meet in person (tentative regarding guidance in response to COVID-19). 

CJS 494A/AA is at capacity for the fall 2021 semester and is no longer accepting applications. 

For specific questions, contact the course instructor Dr. Eric Gamino at

CJS 494 B/BB: Law and Courts

This course is designed for students who would like to learn more about the courts, law, and work as an attorney. Internships are available through the Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County's Self-Help Legal Access Centers, Los Angeles Teen Court, the Post-Conviction Assistance Project, and other sites. Students can find their own site placement at a legal organization or office but must be approved by the course instructor. Please complete the application.

The class will be meeting either in person or a hybrid format, depending on local guidance regarding COVID-19. Please contact the course instructor for further information.

To apply for this course, complete the application and email to Professor Bruce Zucker ( After reviewing your application, Professor Zucker will contact you regarding enrollment.

For specific information, contact the course instructor Professor Bruce Zucker ( 

CJS 494 C/CC: Corrections (AT CAPACITY FOR FALL 2021)

Students enrolled in CJS 494 C/CC will take a critical look at current issues related to the field of corrections. Issues will revolve around the topics of mass incarceration, the experience of incarceration, and re-entry. Students will engage in meaningful discussions with peers about course topics and readings. Students will also hear from several guest presenters from various organizations, including but not limited to, LA County Probation, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation – Parole, LA County Detention Centers, and Behavioral Systems Southwest. Students will also have the opportunity to hear from previous offenders about the experiences and hurdles related to incarceration. Due to COVID-19, this course will not involve internship placements or work for the fall 2021 semester. The class may meet on campus based on local, CSUN COVID-19 guidelines.

This course is at capacity for the fall 2021 semester. 

For specific questions, contact the course instructor Dr. Marc Glidden at

CJS 494 E/EE: Community Programs

This course is a great opportunity for students who are interested in advocacy, community-based work, or would like to learn more about working in a non-profit organization. Students who enroll in this course will be completing approximately 80 hours of remote internship work (6 hours each week) at a site of their choosing. Students enrolled in this course will meet on-campus during scheduled meeting times, dependent on CSU, CSUN, local, and state ordinances. 

Students must be accepted as an intern before they are able to enroll in this course. Please review the list of sites that are looking for interns for the fall 2021 semester. This list will include both in-person and remote/online internships. Students should review this document and follow the instructions to apply to the internship site. Students are also welcome to find their own remote internship site, but this must be approved by the CJS department. 

To be considered for this course, complete the course application and apply for internships using the list above. Once you have completed the application and are in process of applying to an internship site, contact Dr. Katherine Lorenz at for enrollment information.

CJS 452MO: MOSAIC Youth Mentoring

The MOSAIC program gives university students the opportunity to mentor youth "at risk" for academic failure, joining gangs, abusing drugs, and other negative outcomes while gaining valuable work experience in the field of education, social work, counseling, law enforcement, and probation. As part of this course, you will be trained as a part-time MOSAIC youth mentor, working in small groups directly with youth to build the self-efficacy that is crucial for academic and life success.

Student mentors will work to provide remote mentoring to youth. Student mentors will work approximately 60 hours (6 hours/week) during the hours of 8:30AM and 3:30PM, Monday through Friday. This class and the mentoring work will likely be taking place in person, so you may be required to attend class on campus. The class is taught by Dr. Alex Ojeda.

To be considered for this course, complete the application.  After you submit your application, MOSAIC will follow up with you to set up a quick informational interview. Upon completion of the interview, you will be issued a permission number by Dr. Ramirez to enroll in the class.

For specific questions, contact Dr. Nayan Ramirez at

Pathway from Juvenile Justice (CJS 310) during Spring 2021 to MOSAIC for Fall 2021:

Are you interested in working with youth in your future career? The MOSAIC youth mentoring internship and field experience course allows you to gain hands-on experience mentoring youth in local alternative/continuation high schools. To prepare you for your internship experience in the MOSAIC course during Spring 2022, the spring juvenile justice class spends extra time throughout the semester focusing on issues related to mentoring at-promise youth. Because of this, students who complete the Fall 2021 CJS 310 class will have priority registration for the Spring 2022 MOSAIC internship and field experience class. Please note that the class is scheduled to take place in person on campus this fall semester.

To be considered for the MOSAIC Pathway CJS 310 course, you must complete an application. After completing the application, you will be contacted regarding enrollment. For specific questions, contact Professor Crystal Sanchez at

CJS 480: Applied Research in CJS (Section 1) 

The CJS 480 course combines field experience with empirical research. As part of this course, students will complete 40-50 hours of remote volunteer work at an online sexual violence support organization called A Voice For the Innocent. Students will work approximately 4 hours each week online asynchronously providing support to sexual violence survivors and completing tasks for the organization. Students will be using their experience at this organization to complete a qualitative research project. This is a great opportunity for students who are interested in sexual violence work or advocacy, graduate school, or research. Students will leave this course with a solid writing sample for graduate school or job applications. Due to the research focus of the course, students enrolled in this course should have already completed CJS 430/L or be taking these courses at the same time.

In addition to volunteer work, students will attend class on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Class will meet Tuesdays AND Thursdays for the first four weeks of the semester. Once students begin their volunteer work (week 4), they will only attend class once each week on Tuesday OR Thursday. This class is scheduled to meet on-campus but will be offered in a hybrid format to allow students to attend meetings either over Zoom (Tuesdays) or on-campus (Thursdays) starting week 4. The instructor will be in contact closer to the start of the semester regarding the meeting format of this course. Regardless of class meetings in person or online, the volunteer work will remain online. 

To be considered for this course, complete the application. After completing the application, the instructor will follow up directly regarding enrollment.

For specific questions, contact the course instructor Dr. Katherine Lorenz at

CJS 480: Applied Research in CJS (Section 2) (AT CAPACITY FOR FALL 2021)

The CJS 480 course combines field experience work with research. In this course, students will complete 40-50 hours of volunteer work while completing a research project based on this experience. Students in this course will work with the LAPD PAL's (Police Activity League) program, a youth crime prevention program LAPD created and maintains. PAL's combines academic, athletic, recreational activities to work with "at-risk" youth in the city. This course is a great opportunity for students interested in policing, law enforcement, youth mentoring, graduate school, or research. 

This course and the volunteer work are scheduled to occur in person. However, based on CSUN, local, and state guidelines, this class may be offered online or in a hybrid format. 

This course is at capacity for fall 2021.For further questions regarding this course, contact Dr. Katherine Lorenz (

CJS 452ME: Mentoring in Criminology and Justice Studies

This course will prepare students for success in their future careers in criminology/criminal justice or graduate school by increasing their understanding of theories of mentorship and restorative justice approaches to practice. The course will provide students with opportunities to learn about restorative justice approaches, practice professional skills, and apply effective mentoring strategies to real-world scenarios and with highly diverse populations. Specifically, students will have opportunities to apply theories and principles of mentoring in structured and supervised settings by mentoring first-year CJS students.

As part of this course, students will complete their mentoring in-person and over Zoom, with the class meeting on-campus based on local COVID-19 guidelines. Students are expected to create programming for the mentees/department and these activities may occur outside of scheduled class time. In addition to this work, students will meet as a class each week in person (tentative). 

To be considered for this course, complete the course application. After completing the application, you will be contacted with a permission number.

For specific questions, contact Dr. Nayan Ramirez at  

Other Options for Satisfying the Internship/Field Experience Requirement:

Students can also enroll in internship/field experience courses outside of the CJS department. These courses have different requirements for enrollment and hours required. We encourage students to review the information provided by these departments for more information. Any student who enrolls in an internship course outside of the CJS department must contact Dr. Katherine Lorenz at or Dr. Vickie Jensen at for approval and substitution in your DPR. These opportunities include: 

Help with Internship Site Placement:

For students who are looking for and applying to internship sites, we encourage you to visit the Career Center. The Career Center can help in searching for internships, creating/revising resumes, and preparing for interviews. The Career Center is open, offering virtual services during remote learning. 

Important Dates for Fall 2021

Important Dates for Fall 2021

Registration for the Fall 2021 semester is underway. Here are some important dates that will hopefully help you enjoy a successful semester:

August 28              Saturday Classes Begin

August 30              Monday Weekday Classes Begin

September 4-5      Saturday-Sunday No Instruction

September 6         Monday Labor Day Holiday; Campus Closed

November 11        Thursday Veterans’ Day Holiday; Campus Closed

November 25-26  Thursday-Friday Thanksgiving Recess; Campus Closed

November 27-28  Saturday-Sunday No Instruction

December 13        Monday Last day of formal instruction

December 14-20   Tuesday-Monday Final examinations

December 23 Thursday     Instructors' grades due


Graduate School Resources

Considering Graduate School?

CJS Professors are a great resource for students considering and preparing for graduate school. We have a group of faculty who serve as our Graduate School Advisement Committee. This committee has a Canvas group dedicated to providing important information and examples to help students prepare for graduate school and the application process. The committee also holds monthly workshops dedicated to preparing application materials. These faculty are also available for a one-on-one consultation. 

Dr. Nayan Ramirez                    

Dr. Katherine Lorenz                 Dr. Marc Glidden

Dr. Brianne Posey                     Dr. Jimin Pyo             

Dr. Anastasiia Timmer              Dr. Vickie Jensen

Jaycynda Trifone-Woodruff        Megan Mangassarian     

Other CJS Faculty as well!

For anyone interested in graduate school, we encourage you to complete the grad school interest form to be paired with an advisor and to be added to the Canvas page. We also encourage you to attend our monthly workshops. Students at all levels are welcome. It's never too early to start thinking about graduate school!

Scholarships - Student Awards

The Criminology and Justice Department is very happy to announce the award winners for this academic year.

We are proud of all of our students, and we celebrate all those who are graduating. We also celebrate the following students who were selected for the various student awards. Thank you to everyone who applied.

Our department is grateful to those who donate so generously to these various awards and we would not be able to do this without their support.

Nick Zingo Memorial Award

Vanessa Contreras

This award of $1,000 is intended to support a criminology and justice studies major who is in good academic standing with the university, who can demonstrate a desire to succeed in the field of criminology and justice studies, and who has an interest in a career in public service. Nick Zingo was a CJS Lecturer since the department was created in the Fall of 2017. Prof. Zingo served more than 42 years in law enforcement, 38 of those years in the Los Angeles Police Department (retiring as a Captain).

Community College Transfer Award

Jane Benga

This award of $500 is intended to support a criminology and justice studies major who is in good academic standing with the university, who can demonstrate a desire to succeed in the field of criminology and justice studies, and who has transferred from a California Community College.

Emily Fox Memorial Award for Outstanding Work in Intimate Partner Violence

Kristen Mancini

This award of $500 is intended to recognize a student who has done outstanding work in the quest of helping victims of intimate partner violence.

Fred Mesropi Memorial Award

Isidra Moreno

This award of $500 is intended to support a criminology and justice studies major who is in good academic standing with the university and who has demonstrated a commitment and interest in pursuing law as a career. Fred Mesropi was a CJS part-time faculty member and an Assistant District Attorney for Los Angeles County.

Pay It Forward Award

Isidra Moreno

This award of $500 is intended to support a criminology and justice studies major who is in good academic standing with the university, who can demonstrate a desire to succeed in the field of criminology and justice studies, and has experience in helping students/CSUN community in a food bank and/or other support programs. 

Lori Anderson Memorial Award

Salvador Gonzalez

This award of $500 is intended to support an outstanding Criminology and Justice Studies or Sociology Option 2 student who wishes to pursue a career in law enforcement.

Daniel M. Zucker Ethics Award

Ebrahim "Abe" Daneshian Rad

This award of $500 is intended to support a criminology and justice studies major who is in good academic standing with the university, who demonstrates strong ethical conduct and behavior. The Daniel M. Zucker award is a memorial award.

Jagmohan S Gil Ethics Award

Brianna Rhodes

This award of $500 is intended to support a criminology and justice studies major who is in good academic standing with the university, who demonstrates strong ethical conduct and behavior. The Jagmohan S. Gil award is a memorial award.

David R. Rossi Memorial Award

Gloria Faras

This award of $500 is intended to support a criminology and justice studies major who is in good academic standing with the university, who can demonstrate good ethical character, and has experience in helping others. David Rossi was a long-serving LAPD Sgt. and the 2020 - 2021 year was the first year of this award following Sgt. Rossi's passing. The award was created and funded by his family.

Leonard and Arleen Taylor Award for Outstanding Criminology and Justice Studies Graduate Award

Jackie Alset (Fall 2020)

Amanda Klessig (Spring 2021)

This award of $ 500 (each) is intended to acknowledge a criminology and justice studies major who is an outstanding graduating senior. The award acknowledges consistent excellent academic work. Both award winners graduated with a cumulative GPA of 4.00.

Svonkin Family Award

Edna Vartanian

This award of $1,000 is intended to support a criminology and justice studies major who is in good academic standing with the university, who can demonstrate a desire to succeed in the field of criminology and justice studies, and who is seeking a career in public service.

Academic Advisement

Advising within the Criminology and Justice Studies department offers personal one-on-one advising sessions with the Department Chair Dr. Vickie Jensen: Dr. Jensen's email is vickie.jensen@csun,edu.

  • **"Dr. Jensen is not an academic advisor, however, she is proficient in advising students within the major if they are having any difficulties with classes or needs a mentor to speak too.*

Please contact the Criminology and Justice Studies Department, either by emailing or calling (818) 677–2117 for more information. 

**CSUN provides a wealth of academic advising services and resources for students including referrals to faculty and staff advisors in your major. **

When meeting virtually with Dr. Jensen it would be helpful to have ready any documents you might find necessary for your meeting. This might include:

  • Your DPR—Degree Progress Report.
  • And anything else you feel would be important.

Student Services Center and EOP Satellite


social and behavioral science students at convocation

The Student Services Center/EOP (SSC/EOP) for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is an academic support program that offers programs which enhance students' educational experiences, foster student development and promote academic success. The SSC/EOP serves majors in: Africana Studies, Anthropology, Criminology and Justice Studies, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology Sociology, and Urban Studies & Planning.

The SSC/EOP also provides additional services for majors in the College who are part of the Educational Opportunity Program. (EOP)

Our advisors are working remotely and available to assist students through phone or zoom advisement. To schedule an appointment, please email:  or call 818-677-2658 and leave a message.

  • Make sure to include your name, ID number, and days and times of the week that you are available. Please make sure to include a call back number.  
  • Someone from our office will contact you to schedule your appointment. Additionally, if you have general questions you can also use the same email.

CJS Student Club

The Criminology and Justice Studies department is home to the Associated Students recognized and student-led organization: The Criminology and Justice Studies Club. 

This club is geared toward helping students learn about the criminal justice profession and network with those in the field. Meetings often include guest speakers from professionals in the field as well as field trips to local agencies and organizations. Meetings are geared toward the interests of student members and meetings are led by the club's executive board. This student-led club meets twice each month and is open to students of all majors and interests!

To join the club, email to be added to the email list and register through Associated Students MataSync.

The meetings dates for Fall 2021 are the following: All meetings are held on Zoom, on Thursdays from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM. A Zoom link will be posted to the social media page and/or emailed to student members before each meeting.

September 16 & 30

October 14 & 28

November 11

December 2

This is a great chance for students, especially CJS majors to meet and share interests. Please email them at

For more information, follow the club on Instagram or Facebook!

This club is entirely student-led and under the advisement of Dr. Katherine Lorenz.



3 + 3 Program with Southwestern Law School


CSUN and Southwestern Law School have established a joint, accelerated multiple-degree program through which students can earn both their Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor (JD) degrees in six years, rather than the usual seven.
Students who participate in the 3+3 B.A./J.D. Program will have their first year of law school count as the fourth year of their undergraduate education. Those students admitted to Southwestern through this program will also receive $10,000 Wildman/Schumacher entering student scholarships, which may be renewable in subsequent years depending on academic performance. Students from any discipline, including CJS, are welcome to apply. 

On and Off Campus Resources

On Campus:  CSUN offers amazing resources for students in their academic journey. Whether it be personal or academic related, CSUN can provide resources for Student Success. During the current health conditions, all services are being offered virtually. Thank you.

Each campus Department has their own 4 digit campus extension. From a campus phone, dial the 4 digit code. From off campus, please start with (818) 677 and then the 4 digit number.



Off Campus: is "a website dedicated to conducting unbiased research about criminal justice education and career opportunities. Our goal is to create a place where readers can acquire information and learn insights that can empower their career" (from Here is a link to their SCHOLARSHIP information. have recently created a guide to Scholarships for Criminal Justice Students, which includes a detailed list of athletic, academic, leadership, and minority scholarship opportunities. This is a really good resource for CSUN students and students at any institution.

Graduate Schools

Specific Links:

Nov. 2020  UC Irvine Post Baccalaureate Program in Psychological Science:  Applications:

Other Programs.

Arizona State University, M.S. and PhD programs:

Advanced Degrees in Forensics and Legal Psychology.

The following Masters Programs are available to further your education:

Master's of Science in Criminalistics at CSU Los Angeles

Master's of Science in Criminal Justice at San Diego State University

Master's of Science in Justice Studies at San Jose State University

Master's of Science in Criminology at San Jose State University

Master's of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice at CSU Long Beach

Master's of Public Administration in Criminal Justice Policy and Administration at CSU Dominguez Hills

Public Administration Education Guides: Master's degree, jobs and information. Public policy and administration industries.

Master's of Science in Criminology at Fresno State University

Master's of Science in Criminal Justice at Sacramento State University

Master's of Arts in Criminal Justice at CSU San Bernardino

Master's of Arts in Criminal Justice at CSU Stanislaus

Master's of Arts in Criminology, Law, and Society at UC Irvine



Honor Society - Alpha Phi Sigma

Honor Society Advisor:

 Dr. Nayan Ramirez

Mission Statement:

The mission of Alpha Phi Sigma is to promote analytical thinking, rigorous scholarship and lifelong learning; to keep abreast of the advances in scientific research; to elevate the ethical standards of the criminal justice professions and to sustain in the public mind and benefit and necessity of education and professional training.


1.   Promoting academic excellence through the recognition of scholarship.

2.   Assisting in the development of professional and personal leadership among students and practitioners.

3.   Providing opportunities for services to the community and the profession,

4.   Encouraging greater communication among member chapters and the entire criminal justice profession.

**Requirements to JOIN the Honor Society** 

1). Undergraduate students shall be enrolled in California State University Northridge have declared a major; minor or equivalent in the criminal justice or related field, have completed three full-time semesters or its equivalent, have a minimum GPA of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale, and rank in the top 35% of their class. A minimum of four courses of the above course work shall be in the criminal justice field. 

2). Graduate students shall be enrolled in a graduate program in criminal justice or related field, have completed four courses, have a minimum GPA of 3.4 on a 4.0 scale or rank in the upper 25% of their class. 

3). Transfer members from any Alpha Phi Sigma recognized chapter who transfers to California State University Northridge shall be accepted into Pi Beta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma National Headquarters will not issue a new certificate of membership unless specially requested by the chapter advisor and paid for by the member.

 If you are interested in joining Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society, please email for more information.




Career Resources

Update on Law Enforcement Careers:  Since the pandemic forced the suspension of the early steps of recruitment and testing, the face to face pieces, like physical agility tests, even Academy classes, agencies have fallen behind meeting their recruitment goals. CJS has received multiple recent notifications that departments are moving forward again and eager to hire multiple positions. Please check with the agencies you are interested in joining to see how you may proceed. We wish you good luck in your career pursuits.

Here within the department of Criminology and Justice Studies we have collected some online career and internship resources for students who are searching for those opportunities. We strongly encourage our students to utilize every resources available. 

CSUN also has on-campus resources for careers and internships, The Career Center offers resources in person and online for students and recent graduates.

The Career Center, located in Bayramian Hall 413, or call them at (818) 677-2878.

Public Administration Education Guides: Master's degree, jobs and information. Public policy and administration industries.


August 27, 2021 Part Time paid position, and Full Time position, open now:

Immediate Part time paid paralegal position and Full Time Position

 Criminal Defense Law firm in Glendale 

 Duties include filing, phone calls, light computer work, travel to court, writing letters, interaction with clients and courts, regular paralegal duties. 

 Must be fluent in Spanish 

Experience is a plus, Will train; Flexible hours. Will lead to full time position in future. 

 Please send resume to 


FBI Collegiate Hiring Initiative postings are currently available nationwide.

 Positions Posted: Administrative Specialist, Program Analyst, Security Specialist, Computer Scientist, Data Analyst, Electronics Technician Trainee, IT Specialist, Operational Support Technician

         Application Deadline: 09/30/2021

 Applicants interested in this program should apply on-line at WWW.FBIJobs.GOV.

 The FBI’s Collegiate Hiring Initiative recruits graduating seniors or individuals who have undergraduate, graduate or PhD degrees to begin their careers in a hands-on, supportive team environment. Collegiate Hires make tremendous contributions to the FBI’s mission, from ensuring the smooth running of operational squads by performing key business and administrative functions, to working as a core part of the investigative teams by analyzing and visualizing data, among many other opportunities.


Key Requirements

1.       Be a U.S. citizen.

2.       Attend/have attended a college or university as an undergraduate, graduate, or post-doctoral student. Recent graduates must have graduated within 24 months of the program date; veterans within 72 months. Upcoming graduates must graduate by June 2022 to be eligible.

3.       Have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA or better at the time of application and through graduation.

4.       Pass all FBI employment background investigation requirements and be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance.

 Questions about the Collegiate Hiring Initiative can be directed to AS Breanna Espejo.

 Thank you! 

 Diane Gonzalez

FBI Los Angeles

Community Outreach Specialist



Correctional Nursing Careers:

Correctional nurses are vital caretakers for inmates of prisons and jails—they are also in high demand nationally. We want to introduce students of California State University, Northridge to the challenging yet rewarding path of correctional nursing as a career prospect within the context of their studies.

Our team at is dedicated to educating students about the complexities of the nursing field. Below you will find our guide which provides an insightful career overview as a correctional nurse, with information such as the job outlook, certifications required, and salary, as well as several helpful resources to explore: 

Correctional Nurse Career Guide 

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