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CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
ON-LINE A.A. DEGREE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJORS
General Education Courses (36 hrs)
General Education requirements for the A.A. Degree can be found in the College Advising Guides.
Criminal Justice Majors seeking an A.A. Degree should select General Education classes as required.
A.A. Degree students may also have a foreign language requirement depending on one's High School courses completed.
Criminal Justice Courses (Up to 24 hrs)
The Criminal Justice Undergraduate Program recommends that Criminal Justice Majors seeking an A.A. Degree whether labeled as Justice Administration or Liberal Arts, select all their electives from the criminal justice classes.
Choose EIGHT of the following courses:
CCJ-1010....Introduction to Criminology
CCJ-1020....Introduction to Criminal Justice
CCJ-1488....Ethics in Criminal Justice
CCJ-2013....Introduction to Victimology
CCJ-2610....Introduction to Criminal Typologies
CCJ-2671....Race, Gender & Ethnicity in Crime
CCJ-2685....Domestic & Sexual Violence
CJC-1000....Introduction to Corrections
CJE-1000....Introduction to Law Enforcement
CJE-1640....Introduction to Criminalistics
CJE-1653....Introduction to Crime Analysis & Intelligence
CJE-1680....Introduction to Computer Crimes
CJE-2004....Career Choices in Criminal Justice
CJE-2170....Intro to International Policing & Transnational Crime
CJE-2400....Police Community Relations
CJL-1000....Introduction to the Law
CJL-1500....Introduction to the Court System
CJL-2072....Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
CJL-2130....Criminal Evidence and Procedures
CJL-2610....Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
DSC-1002...Introduction to Terrorism
DSC-1003...Introduction to Homeland Security
DSC-2033...Introduction to Terrorist Weapons & Tactics
DSC-2570...Introduction to Cyber-Terrorism
Note: We recommend that A.A. Degree Criminal Justice Majors should select their electives from the above list based on their Career Tracks.
Note: DSC and SCC courses may not transfer to a University that doesn’t offer DSC and SCC courses.