The Associate in Science in Criminal Justice degree is designed to serve students who wish to immediately enter the workforce. It will also satisfy the needs of current practitioners and provide opportunity for promotions.
Students must complete 24 specified units below plus the General Education Degree Requirements.
In addition to General Education degree requirements, complete the following:
|CJ M01/M01H||Introduction to Criminal Justice||3|
|CJ M02||Concepts of Criminal Law||3|
|CJ M03||Community Relations||3|
|CJ M04||Legal Aspects of Evidence||3|
|CJ M05||Principles and Procedures of the Justice System||3|
|CJ M41||Introduction to Probation, Parole and Corrections||3|
|Units from Electives||6|
|CJ M06||Criminal Investigative Report Writing||3|
|CJ M10||Tactical Patrol Procedures||3|
|CJ M11||Criminal Investigation||3|
|CJ M14||Juvenile Procedures||3|
|CJ M18||Narcotics Investigation||3|
|Total Required Major Units: 24|
|MC General Education Pattern: 28|
Double-Counted Units: 6
Electives to meet 60 associate degree units: 14
|Total Required for the AS Degree: 60|
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- apply and follow criminal justice system policies and procedures, including but not limited to arrest, search, seizure, investigation, and court and corrections processes.
- foster long-term relationships with community service agencies in addressing quality of life issues in the community and identify workable solutions