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    Right now I'm located in Charlotte, NC. After a lot of thinking I want to go back to school and finish my CJ degree. I have 15 hours under my belt.

    Before I moved to Charlotte I was a dispatcher for a PD and FD in Arkansas. I moved to Charlotte from Little Rock, AR about 7 months ago. I moved to get into racing and to do some pit crew work but after a lot of thought I believe I'm being led back to law enforcement. I could go back to college in Charlotte and the advantage to that would be I qualify for in state tuition by the time fall semester starts.

    I used to live in Florida when I was younger and loved every minute of it...I really want to go back there but I don't know about any local colleges and how their criminal justice programs are. Not to mention the fact that I'd be paying a LOT more tuition unless I waited a year to go back to school.

    I'm kind of at a crossroads and don't really have anything holding me to Charlotte or anywhere else for that matter.

    I'd like to find a university with a great Criminal Justice dept to finish my degree at. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police has a cadet program that allows you to work for the department as a cadet and they assist you with tuition. I don't know what other departments throughout offer this program and how strong of programs they have.

    I just kind of want some input from you guys as to what you guys would do.
    Last edited by Mays; 04-23-2007, 02:28 PM.

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    With the explosion of distance learning programs, there's no need to relocate to finish your degree. There are dozens and dozens of colleges & universities where you can complete your degree without ever setting foot on campus.

    Check out this site for more information;

    http://forums.degreeinfo.com/
    Talk sense to a fool, and he will call you foolish - Euripides

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      If you are in Little Rock, Pulaski Tech has excellent programs. www.pulaskitech.edu / UALR costs more but can take you from AA in CJ to Phd. in public policy.

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