The Criminal Justice Program prepares the student for entry-level work in the fields
of law enforcement, corrections, court systems, loss safety and prevention, and other
Graduates who complete an AAS Criminal Justice Degree may seek job opportunities on
the federal, state, county, municipal levels of government, and private sectors of
the criminal justice field.
23 Credit Hours
Upon completion of this program, the graduate can:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the nature, function, and scope of criminal justice
ideologies, issues, and programs related to computer forensics.
- Identify and demonstrate the abilities needed to interpret and understand various
aspects cybercrime and the forensic tools used to gather court admissible evidence.
- Understand the planning, detection, and response to counteracting and overcoming hacker
attaches and computer related offenses.
- Identify and demonstrate the abilities needed to investigate and utilize advanced
computer software systems.
- CRJ 100 (OR) CRJ 204
- CRJ 220
- CRJ 230
- CIT 105
- CIT 111
- CIT 160 (OR) CIT 161
- CIT 180
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