Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED.
Program Description: This program prepares students to work in law enforcement, corrections, private/industry security, and other criminal justice, legal or public service-related fields. The program prepares students to work as criminal justice practitioners/supervisors/managers in law enforcement agencies, correctional institutions, juvenile courts, crime laboratories, and mobile units dealing with physical evidence, etc. or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in these occupations (SOC 33-1012). The program may also be beneficial to professionals seeking salary incentive benefits or career enhancement in the field.
|CCJ1020||INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE||3.00|
|CCJ1010||INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY||3.00|
|CJJ2001||JUVENILE JUSTICE 1||3.00|
|CJE2400||POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS 1||3.00|
|CJL1100||CRIMINAL LAW 1||3.00|
|CJC2000||INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS 1||3.00|
These specific elective courses are required to earn the applicable TC. Students that anticipate transferring to FAU’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice program, should take two foreign language courses for their electives due to the program’s foreign language requirements. Students do have the option of taking CLEP exams for the foreign language courses. Should students not take two foreign language courses or take CLEP exams for those courses, then students who have completed their A.A. or A.S. that transfer into FAU’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice program will have to take the two foreign language courses at FAU which will be in addition to the 60 credits needed to complete their bachelor’s.
Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create a personalized educational plan.