Posted November 05, 2018 09:13:24 The $1-million business degree offered by the University of Michigan’s business school for criminal justice majors is $1 million.
According to a report from the Michigan Department of Corrections, the program, which was developed to provide a “transition to a business career for those with criminal justice backgrounds,” is the largest in the country.
A graduate from the program has a 95% chance of landing a job, which is “more than triple the national average,” the report said.
It was designed to provide “the transition from college to business, and from college student to entrepreneur,” according to the report.
Students who complete the program earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration, a master’s degree, a certificate in human services and a certificate of achievement.
The first three areas of study are not required for the program.
For those who are interested in a career in business, the school said it offers “three areas of specialization” and a bachelor of business administration certificate in business.
The program is “not intended to be a job or employment-seeking program, but rather a transition pathway for people with criminal backgrounds,” according the report, which also stated that “there is no guarantee that an individual will land a job after completing this program.”
The report said that only about 15% of the students who complete this program are employed, though it is not clear how many of those students would be able to work at the time they complete it.
Those who complete criminal justice programs earn a degree in law, accounting, criminal justice, business administration and law and policy.
This is the first year that the program was offered to criminal justice students.
Michigan has one of the highest incarceration rates in the U.S. The U.P.I. estimated that there were 8,000 people in state prisons and jail in 2016, and another 6,500 in local jails.