Complete a minimum of 32 credit hours, including 12 credit hours of general education courses (one course from communication, one course from mathematics [MAT 098 or above], one course from social science, and one course from any of the three remaining categories listed in the A.A.S. chart or one course from computer science).
|General Education Requirements - see above
|MAT 098||Beginning Algebra||3|
|CRJ Core Courses (choose three of the following):||9|
|CRJ 140||Introduction to Criminal Justice||3|
|CRJ 170||Criminal Law*||3|
|CRJ 171||Criminal Evidence||3|
|CRJ 201||Conflicting Perspectives||3|
|CRJ 205||Juvenile Justice||3|
|Law Enforcement Electives (choose from the following)||5-9|
|CRJ 101||Introduction to Victimology||3|
|CRJ 103||Addictive Disease Concepts||3|
|CRJ 104||Treatment: Alcohol & Drugs||3|
|CRJ 202||Correctional Institutions||3|
|CRJ 210||Crime Victimization||3|
|CRJ 224||Constitutional Law I||3|
|CRJ 230||Crisis Intervention*||3|
|CRJ 240||Probation and Parole||3|
|CRJ 250||Police Administration||3|
|CRJ 260||Police Community Relations||3|
|CRJ 266||Internship II||1-6|
|CRJ 291/292||Mock Trial**||6|
|Other Required Course||2-6|
|CRJ 265||Internship I||1-6|
|Total Required Hours||32-36|
*Graduates of the Police Academy are given credit for 12 hours toward this program certificate. Courses are marked with an asterisk(*). Police Academy Graduates can also receive 2 additional hours toward the A.A.S. degree for Physical Education.
**Students who take CRJ 291 are required to take CRJ 292 as well.
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