The Criminal Justice program offers an interdisciplinary course of study leading to associate and baccalaureate degrees in criminal justice. The Associate of Applied Science program requires students to concentrate studies in corrections or in law enforcement. The curriculum includes policy and legal issues, qualitative and quantitative research, interpersonal relations, and administrative procedures. To ensure students develop the computer-based research and analysis skills required in the criminal justice field, students are required in some cases to also take the computer-based courses offered in the Geography program.
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