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Criminal Justice Subject Guide: Career Opportunities and Scholarships

Guide to researching Criminal Justice topics.

Career resources here at Castleton

Career Development at Castleton
Resources and staff available through

Castleton's Career Development office

Renée Beaupré White, Director
(802) 468-1342

Also see the job hunting tab on this guide, for more job listings resources for Castleton

Training for Criminal Justice Professionals

Planning for graduate study

Featured resource:

 "Search for the Best Graduate Programs for You"

Includes a searchable database of graduate schools where you can search by location, subject, degrees offered, and more.

Also see Peterson's College Search for a searchable database of undergraduate programs

Other online resources

Graduate Guide

OEDb: Open Education Database
"OEDb is a comprehensive online education directory for both free and for-credit learning options"

In the library

Guide to American Graduate Schools
REF 378.155 D732g

Peterson's Graduate & Professional Programs
REF 378.73 P442 (6 volumes) and Peterson's online

  1. Overview
  2. Humanities, arts, and social sciences
  3. Biological/biomedical sciences, & health-related medical professions
  4. Physical sciences, mathematics, agricultural sciences, the environment & natural resources
  5. Engineering & applied sciences
  6. Business, education, information studies, law & social work.

Criminal Justice Scholarships

Criminal Justice Scholarships

Financial aid

See the Scholarships tab on the Peterson's Graduate Planner website.

See the Graduate School Financial Aid Resource Center on

Ebooks in blue. Click on the title to read the book online.  (Subscription resources for the Castleton community.  Login required for off-campus access.)

Money for graduate students in the social & behavioral sciences
Newer edition in library at REF 378.1553 W388b

Money for graduate students in the physical & earth sciences
Newer edition in library at REF 378.1553 W388p

Money for graduate students in the biological & health sciences
Newer edition, Money for graduate students in the health sciences, in library at REF 378.1553 W388h

Money for graduate students in the humanities
Newer edition, Money for graduate students in the arts & humanities, in library at REF 378.1553 W388a

How to pay for your degree in journalism & related fields

Selected Graduate School Programs

Master of Arts in Restorative Justice. Center for Criminal Justice Reform. Vermont Law School