28 Dec '14, 5pm

Degree profile: Criminal justice & cyber crime - Military Times

Degree profile: Criminal justice & cyber crime - Military Times

Marine Corps Reserve Capt. Jesus Mendez is studying cyber crime at Armstrong State University in Georgia. (Photo: Katherine Arntzen) Story Highlights Armstrong State University in Georgia offers a Cyber Crime Certificate Program. University of Phoenix offers a B.S. in Criminal Justice with a Concentration in Cybercrimes. CONNECT 5 TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE Jesus Mendez has a vision for his next job. After nine years on active duty, the Marine Corps Reserve captain is looking ahead to a career in federal or local law enforcement. But Mendez doesn't just want to wear the badge. He'd like to scour the Internet for bad guys. "It's a lot easier to look at a robber and see an obvious crime being committed. But the effects of cyber crime can be much more far reaching," Mendez says. "It's not the sexy part of crime, but it's something I would like to improve my general kno...

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