Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting, and Related Protective Service at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice: Overview

Number of students

1662
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Men/Women

At the CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice through Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting, and Related Protective Service program you can complete degrees of such award levels: Associate's degree, Bachelor's degree, Postbaccalaureate certificate, Master's degree. Secondary school GPA, Secondary school record, Completion of college-preparatory program, Formal demonstration of competencies, Admission test scores, TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) are demanded when applying. The lessons of this program will be held at 524 W 59th St.

The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 1662 or more and 52.2% of students are men. 3.3% of students taking the Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting, and Related Protective Service program are non-residents of the United States.

CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice offers on-campus housing. CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice campus is safe for students with 0.06% of maximum crimes a year. Burglary, forcible sex offense and robbery are the most often detected crimes. Students that live on campus usually paying room charge worth 16350$ for academic year. Academic/career counselling and employment services offered for students. 14% of students receive financial aid.

If you haven’t decided yet what program to pick, you сan explore all the information about other programs at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice on the Other Programs block. To explore programs offering the degree you're interested in, filter option “by degree” is added. You can click the blue button on the right to find a list of all colleges and universities in New York providing Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting, and Related Protective Service programs. The total number of institutions offering programs in Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting, and Related Protective Service in New York are 102, such as Adelphi University, Adirondack Community College, Bryant & Stratton College-Albany and other.

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Number of international students

55
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Nonresident alien men/women

Percent of international students by that instructional program

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0.03%

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  • Secondary school record
  • Completion of college-preparatory program
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Address: 524 W 59th St

Place: Master's Colleges and Universities (larger programs)

General Phone Number: +2122378000

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