Associate Degree in Criminal Justice (2CJ)
Students receiving an associate degree in criminal justice should understand each of the three main components of the criminal justice system and their interrelationships. This program includes study in law enforcement, courts, and corrections individually and as components of a system, plus work in theories of crime causation, and crime control policy. Students should expect reading, writing, and critical thinking skills to be rigorously applied and developed throughout the degree program. The Associate in Science degree in Criminal Justice prepares students for entry-level positions in criminal justice or for study at the baccalaureate level.
For the Associate in Science in Criminal Justice, a minimum of 64 credits is required.
Scheduling Recommendation by Semester Standing given like (Sem: 1-2)
GENERAL EDUCATION: 21 credits
ELECTIVES: 27 credits
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MAJOR: 29 credits
PRESCRIBED COURSES (29 credits)
Mary Ann Probst, Esquire