Coordinator, Criminal Justice Programs

Jesse Harris, MA, BS, FBINA

The Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice degree program provides the student with a foundation in the structure, function, and procedures of the criminal justice system which may lead to a wide variety of employment opportunities in various criminal justice environments, both public and private. Students enroll in this program to seek initial employment or career advancement opportunities in police, sheriff’s, or other law enforcement offices; jails or prisons as detention, correctional, or probation officers; corporate security; public safety; private investigation; or private investigation. The graduate of this program may also wish to consider opening his or her own business in a related field. Students may choose an emphasis in law enforcement, corrections, or private security.  This degree consists of a minimum of 90 quarter credit hours; upon successful completion, graduates will be awarded the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice.


If you would like to apply, click here: