Criminal justice is a field where I feel like I can help a lot of people, which is what I want to do. It is a field that is always going to be around and needed. After graduation, I hope to go to law school.
I chose Texas Wesleyan because of its small, private campus. I get to have one-on-one attention with my teachers and you can get to know them and everyone on campus. It’s important that I’m an actual person in the eyes of my professors, not just a number. They are really trying to make sure I succeed and they care about my goals. The professors and staff at Texas Wesleyan are really trying to help you become the best in your field because they want you to represent the school in a positive light.
In particular, the PreProfessional program has been very important to me, preparing me with the information and tools I need to enter into the criminal justice field. I’ve gotten to meet people within the field and learn about the dedication it takes to make it as a lawyer. The free food at PreProfessional has helped a lot too!
Crimininology — you get to look at different theories and how they apply in the criminal justice system.
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