For more information about our Legal Studies and Criminal Justice Degrees,
please visit our program website at www.swfc.edu/crime.

Legal Studies Program Manager: An Interview with Patrick Flahive





Southwest Florida College Criminal Justice Program Manager Patrick Flahive explains all the exciting legal studies degree programs offered to students.Southwest Florida College can educate you on a broad spectrum of coursework encompassing corrections, paralegal studies, law enforcement, terrorism, and private security and investigations.


Our classes will provide you with in-depth information about subjects as diverse as juvenile delinquency, criminology, white collar crime, and a student body favorite, organized crime. Here are a few reasons why SWFC is where to get training in the legal field: 1) Our instructors are trained professionals who have worked or are currently working in the field. 2) Our Criminal Justice students have won medals at the LAE Region 5 Conference. 3) We offer lifetime career placement assistance, scholarships and tuition assistance for those who qualify.


Southwest Florida College can educate you on a broad spectrum of coursework encompassing corrections, paralegal studies, law enforcement, terrorism, and private security and investigations.Our classes will provide you with in-depth information about subjects as diverse as juvenile delinquency, criminology, white collar crime, and a student body favorite, organized crime. For more information, please call (877) 493-5147 today!


Southwest Florida College is an accredited, private institution of higher learning centrally located in Fort Myers, Tampa, Port Charlotte, and includes the Institute of Interior Design located in Bonita Springs. The College has been providing post secondary education to Floridians since 1974 and offers programs in Allied Health, Business, Design, Education, Information Technology and Legal Studies. Its mission is to provide educational opportunities for individuals to acquire knowledge and skills that will help prepare them for rewarding careers in fields with high growth potential. For more information, call toll free (877) 493-5147 or visit www.swfc.edu/crime.

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