The Associates program in Criminal Justice provides the student with a solid foundation in the field.
Including: Law & Ethics, Corrections, Private Security, Criminal Law, Criminology, – Criminal Investigations/Report Writing, Psychology of Criminal Behavior, Juvenile Justice, Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice/Terrorism, and Forensics.
Bachelor’s program students continue with additional in-depth study of key issues and workings of the legal system, and explores the field’s key sub-areas of law enforcement, security, and corrections.
Legal foundation coursework includes Constitutional Law, Advanced Criminal Law/Trial Procedures, Immigration, and Laws of Evidence. Specialized courses in law enforcement, corrections, and security focus on specific issues that are particularly relevant for a graduate seeking employment in the field: Modern Policing, Police Administration & Management, Management in the Security Industry, and Advanced Corrections.