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CUNY - John Jay College Criminal Justice Alumni
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Bachelor's Degree
85 salaries
$33,310 - $88,487  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Criminal Justice
12 salaries
$30,609 - $92,978  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Forensic Psychology
9 salaries
$36,500 - $60,000  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Criminal Justice
8 salaries
$39,663 - $88,437  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Legal Studies
7 salaries
$40,000 - $70,000  
Bachelor's Degree, Criminal Justice
6 salaries
$29,688 - $40,695  
Associate's Degree
6 salaries
$38,281 - $61,042  
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
5 salaries
$42,000 - $56,250  
Master of Arts (MA), Criminal Justice
5 salaries
$40,500 - $57,391  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 23 Dec 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 133

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