Associate of Science in Criminal Justice Program

The College of Continuing Professional Studies offers an associate of science in criminal justice. Criminal justice is the study of criminal behavior and the social institutions that deal with crime. Criminology 102 is a prerequisite for most criminology courses.

Associate of Science in Criminal Justice Curriculum

In addition to general education requirements, students pursuing the associate of science degree in criminal justice are required to complete the following 21 hours of coursework:

CRIM 102: Introduction to Criminology (3 hours)
CRIM 201: Law and Society (3 hours)
CRIM 211: Police Patrol (3 hours)
CRIM 221: Victimology (3 hours)
CRIM 232: Criminal Justice Organization and Management (3 hours)
CRIM 301: Principles of Forensic Science (3 hours)
CRIM 332: Juvenile Delinquency (3 hours)