Criminal Justice Technology

2277: A.S. Degree in Criminal Justice Technology (64 Credit Hours)

CIP: 43.0103
FL CIP: 1743010300
SOC: 33-1099
Entry Wage: $15.42/hour

The Associate in Science in Criminal Justice Technology program prepares students for various positions in law enforcement and corrections agencies at the local, state and federal levels and for related jobs in private industry. The program includes a combination of theoretical, practical and supportive courses. Individuals already employed in the criminal justice area can increase their skills and prepare for supervisory positions.

Program Core Courses

Course No.

Course Title

Credits

CJJ 1002

Juvenile Delinquency

3

CCJ 1020

Introduction to the Criminal Justice System

3

CJC 1000

Introduction to Corrections

3

CJE 2600

Introduction to Criminal Investigation

3

CJL 2130

Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedures

3

CJE 2061

Theory and Practice of Law Enforcement

3

CCJ 1949

Internship/Co-op

3

CCJ 2010

Criminology

3

CCJ 2013

Criminal Victimization

3

Program Electives

PSY 2012

General Psychology

3

CJE 2330

Ethics in Criminal Justice

3

ENC 1102

Freshman Composition Skills II

3

MAN 2021

DSC 1212

Principles of Management or

Introduction to Emergency Management

3

CGS 1100

Microcomputer Applications

3

 

Elective

1

General Education Courses

ENC 1101

Freshman Composition Skills I

3

SPC 2608

Effective Speaking

3

 

Any approved mathematics course beyond college preparatory level*

3

HLP 1081

Personal Wellness Appraisal and Improvement

3

 

Any Biological or Physical Science

3

One of the following options: (To satisfy Social Science and Humanities requirements)

ISS 1013

Introduction to the Social Sciences and

 

HUM 1020

Introduction to the Humanities

 

 

OR

 

WOH 2012

World Civilizations I and either

 

HUM 1020

Introduction to the Humanities or

 

HUM 1230

Introduction to the Humanities:

Since the Renaissance

6

 

OR

 

WOH 2022

World Civilizations II and either

 

HUM 1020

Introduction to the Humanities or

 

HUM 1210

Introduction to the Humanities:

To the Renaissance

 

 

Total Credit Hours

64

*Students taking advantage of the Criminal Justice Articulation Agreement must take MGF 1106 Liberal Arts Math I or higher. For information on the A.S. to B.S. program with participating colleges/universities, please contact the Criminal Justice Department at 873-5838.