The certificate program in Criminal Justice includes primarily courses specific to the field with a limited number of general education courses.
It represents recognition of the achievement of the Criminal Justice curriculum for the professional who does not plan to enter a degree program, or it may be considered an important milestone for the in-service student working towards a degree.
- CRIM 150 The Criminal Justice System (3 Credits)
- CRIM 151 Police Organization and Administration (3 Credits)
- CRIM 152 Introduction to Law Enforcement (3 Credits)
- CRIM 155 Introduction to Corrections (3 Credits)
- CRIM 236 Criminology (3 Credits)
- CRIM 254 Constitutional Law and Rules of Evidence (3 Credits)
- CRIM 255 Criminal Law and Procedures (3 Credits)
- ENGL 151 English I (3 Credits)
- POLI 162 American State and Local Government (3 Credits)
- SCIE 105 Forensic Science (4 Credits)
- SOCI 181 Introduction to Sociology (3 Credits)
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CAREERS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
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Official* 2017-2018 Catalog
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*Course requirements for degrees can and do change over time. Students are responsible for fulfilling the degree requirements that are in effect when they begin pursuing the degree at the college.