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Why Choose Technology and Justice Studies at RSU?

Innovative degree programs combine aspects of business, communication and computer science to prepare students to excel in today’s information technology field. Faculty provide the highest level of instruction in technology, while providing the student with a solid foundation in business principles.

Students in the criminal justice program gain strong foundations in both law enforcement and judiciary practice. Program specializations can certify students to work as police officers or prepare students to attend top graduate schools.

Students with professional experience can get a head start on their applied technology degree. The associate of applied technology program allows students with at least 15 credit hours in technology, business or technical training to transfer up to 30 hours of college credit in a technical specialty.

Curtis SparlingR. Curtis Sparling, Instructor

“Computer and information technology is one of the fastest growing fields in the nation. The Department of Labor anticipates nearly half a million new jobs by 2024, which is faster than the average for all other occupations, and we are uniquely qualified to prepare students to work within this field. All of our faculty have prior experience in the subject they’re teaching and remain current with emerging technologies. As many of our students work full-time, they appreciate the flexibility our technology classes offer both on campus and online. At RSU, we truly value real-world experience and practical application of this growing field of study.” More About Mr. Sparling