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|Fall Semester (year 1)|
|PSYC101R||Introduction to Psychology||3||0||3|
|BCPT101R||Introduction to Computer Applications||2||3||3|
|CRMJ101R||Introduction to Criminal Justice||3||0||3|
|Spring Semester (year 1)|
|SOCY101R||Introduction to Sociology||3||0||3|
|CRMJ112R||Introduction to Juvenile Justice Administration||3||0||3|
|CRMJ210R||Drugs and the Law||3||0||3|
|Fall Semester (year 2)|
|CRMJ212R||Criminal Justice Communication#||3||0||3|
|CRMJ204R||Crisis Intervention in Criminal Justice#||3||0||3|
|Spring Semester (year 2)|
|XXXXxxx||Humanities/Fine Arts/World Language Elective||3||0||3|
|SOSC201R||Contemporary Social Problems||3||0||3|
|CRMJ211R||Justice and the Community||3||0||3|
Criminal Justice Internship#
|XXXXxxxR||Open Elective (Suggested Abnormal Psychology)||3||0||3|
# - Co/prerequisite Required. See Course Descriptions.
* Students may take either CRMJ290R or CRMJ291R. Please see the advisor prior to registration.
Associate in Science Degree
For more information about this program, please contact Aimee Jahn at email@example.com or 603-542-7744 x5404.
The mission of the Associate in Science in Criminal Justice degree is to prepare students for employment in various criminal justice related areas such as police work, corrections and the courts. The program also serves as a basis to transfer on to complete a baccalaureate degree. For those already in service, the program provides educational progress for promotion and other career development purposes. The Criminal Justice program prepares students by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge and practices of the field. The Criminal Justice program provides students with an accessible, responsive learning environment that facilitates the achievement of educational, professional, and personal goals by offering quality higher education in an atmosphere that embraces academic excellence, diversity and innovation.
Criminal Justice graduates will be effective and informed citizens who are prepared for careers in the field. Upon completion of the Criminal Justice program, students will have:
Applicants should be aware of the basic health and fitness requirements for many careers in the criminal justice field. Prospective students with special needs or limitations that may affect their internship and/or potential employability are encouraged to discuss their career goals with the program director.
Applicants should be aware that background checks are completed by potential employers prior to obtaining any position with arrest or detention powers. Applicants are advised to discuss any concerns with the program director prior to acceptance into the program.
The minimum requirements for the Associate of Science in the Criminal Justice degree are as follows
Minimum of 60 credits total for graduation