CRIMINAL JUSTICE – POLICE A.A.S.
The Criminal Justice: Police A.A.S. program builds a critical foundation for employment in the field of law enforcement or criminal law. The program is also devised for students to transfer to a four-year institution offering a criminal justice or closely related major.RETURN TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAIN PAGE
POLICE PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
- Identify the various components of the criminal justice system.
- Identify current trends and issues in law enforcement.
- Understand the cause and effect of crime and personal and criminal behavior.
- Understand and apply knowledge of the New York State Penal Law and Criminal Procedure Law.
- Apply investigative techniques and methods as it applies to criminal cases, proceedings and management.
- Identify factors relating to juveniles and crime, current trends and issues relating to juvenile justice, and treatment and rehabilitation of juveniles including alternative and diversion programs.
- Obtain knowledge of basic organization and management techniques and methods as they apply to law enforcement leadership.
Career opportunities will vary included, but not limited to: local, state or federal law enforcement officer (i.e.: City Police Officer, County Deputy Sheriff, State Police, or Federal Agent), Peace Officer, Conservation Officer, Security Officer, Campus Safety/Security Officer, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Coast Guard, Private Investigation, or Department of Homeland Security
NOTE: Civil service exams are required for most law enforcement positions as well as certain physical requirements and an extensive background investigation.
The candidate for the Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice: Police must meet the following requirements:
- Completion of all required credits – 63 total
- Cumulative average of no less than a 2.0
|ENGL 101||Freshman English I||3|
|C.J. 111||Intro to Justice Systems||3|
|C.J. 115||Criminal Law||3|
|PSY 101||Intro Psychology||3|
|Freshman English II
|C.J. 112||Org/Admin of Justice Systems||3|
|C.J. 119||Criminal Investigations||3|
|CHEM 108||Forensic Science||3|
|Effective Speech: Public Address
Effective Speech: Group Discussion
|C.J. 117||Juvenile Delinquency||3|
|C.J. 123||Laws of Evidence||3|
|C.J. 222||Constitutional Law||3|
|TOTAL CREDIT HOURS||63|