Administration of Justice: Corrections Emphasis
Students in administration of justice may obtain an associate in science degree in administration of justice and criminal justice programs. In addition, the student may obtain three certificates of achievement in law enforcement, corrections, and/or forensics. Degree candidates for the Administration of Justice degree must complete the courses required for the major and at least one emphasis listed as the “Corrections Emphasis,” the “Law Enforcement Emphasis,” or the “Forensics Emphasis.” In addition, degree candidates must complete the requirements listed under graduation requirements in this catalog.
|AJ 110||ETHICS AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE||3|
|AJ 111||INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE||3|
|AJ 151||CONCEPTS OF CRIMINAL LAW||3|
|AJ 156||LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVIDENCE||3|
|AJ 161||PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM||3|
|or AJ 252||CONSTITUTIONAL LAW|
|AJ 167||WRITTEN COMMUNICATION IN ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE||3|
|AJ 181||JUVENILE LAW AND PROCEDURES||3|
|AJ 188||COMMUNITY RELATIONS||3|
Associate in Science
Career/Technical (Major Code: 02521)
Program Student Learning Outcome Statement
- Demonstrate ability to observe objectively and to collect data and facts in order to make an informed judgment.
|AJ 114||FUNDAMENTALS OF CRIME AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR||3|
|AJ 115||ADULT PROBATION, PRISON, AND PAROLE||3|
|Common Core Courses for Administration of Justice||24|
|AJ 113||CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS||3|
|HIST/MAS 141||MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I||3|
|PSYC 101||GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY||3|
|or SOC 101||INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY|
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed.