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A.A.S. DEGREE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY

COURSES REQUIRED AND RECOMMENDED


CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK

 

The State of Florida has abolished most A.A.S. Degrees as of Fall 2013.   Students enrolled in the A.A.S. Degree Program prior to Fall 2013 have two years to complete the program and graduate.   New students will not be permitted to enroll in an A.A.S. Degree Program.  The following information is provided for the benefit of those students already enrolled in this program.

  

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

Group I - Communications {3 Credits}
Students must take the following course:
ENC 1101......English Composition I


Group I - Humanities {3 Credits}
Students must take the following course:
Any General Education Humanities Course 
Link to List of Humanities Courses

Group II - Mathematics {3 Credits}
Students must take the following course:
Any General Education Math Course {Usually MAC-1105 or MGF-1106}

Program Specified Required Courses {6 Credits}
Students must select TWO of the following courses:

PSY 2012......General Psychology
SYG 2000......Intro to Sociology
POS 2041......American Government

 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE COURSES

Program Core Courses {1 Credit}
Students must take the following course:

CJE 2004......Career Choices in Criminal Justice (1 credit)


Articulated Credits {27 Credits}
Students who have successfully completed a Florida Corrections Academy will be awarded 27 Credits.

Program Tract Courses {21 Credits}

***Group A***
Students must select TWO of the following courses:
CCJ 1010......Intro to Criminology
CCJ 1020......Intro to Criminal Justice
CJJ 1002.......Juvenile Delinquency
CJL 1062......Constitutional Law
CJL 1100......Criminal Law
CJL 2130......Criminal Evidence and Procedures


***Group B***
Students must select FIVE of the following courses:

CCJ 1488......Ethics in Criminal Justice
CCJ 2013......Introduction to Victimology
CCJ 2111......Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior 
CCJ 2191......Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
CCJ 2600......Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
CCJ 2610......Introduction to Criminal Typologies
CCJ 2618......Forensic Psychology

CCJ 2648......Organized Crime

CCJ 2671......Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
CCJ 2685......Domestic and Sexual Violence
CCJ 2720......Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods

CCJ 2910......Directed Research
CCJ 2934......Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Issues
CCJ 2935......Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
CCJ 2940......Criminal Justice Internship
CJC 1000......Introduction to Corrections
CJC 2162......Probation and Parole
CJE 1000......Introduction to Law Enforcement
CJE 1640......Introduction to Criminalistics
CJE 1642c....Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
CJE 1643c.....Advanced Crime Scene Technology
CJE 1653......Crime Analysis and Intelligence

CJE 1680......Introduction to Computer Crimes
CJE 2170......Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
CJE 2233......Drug Abuse and Crime
CJE 2300......Police Administration and Organization
CJE 2400......Community Relations
CJE 2600......Criminal Investigation
CJE 2603......Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court

CJE 2614......Serial Killers
CJE 2664......Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
CJJ 2004.......Juvenile Justice System
CJL 1070......Legal Rights of Prisoners
CJL 1500......Introduction to the Court System
CJL 2072......Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
CJL 2202......Legal Research in Criminal Justice
CJL 2400......Criminal Court Litigation 
CJL 2610......Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
DSC1002......Introduction to Terrorism
DSC1003......Introduction to Homeland Security
DSC2033......Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
SCC1000......Introduction to Private Security
SCC1001......Introduction to Private Investigations


Or any course in Group A not already selected



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NOTE:  Students enrolled in this program prior to August 2007 may opt to follow the Pre-Fall 2007 Course Requirements. See the Link below:

Pre-Fall 2007 Corrections Academy Graduate Track Course Requirements