Associate in Arts in
Criminal Justice Studies
The Associate in Arts in Criminal Justice Studies degree engages students through a variety of multi-disciplinary options to prepare students with the analytical skills necessary for the complex challenges confronting criminal justice professionals.
Students engage in scholarly research, court projects and other relevant activities to merge the theoretical concepts with a working knowledge of the criminal justice system and the law within a meaningful context.
Criminal Justice students study under the leadership of seasoned professionals with earned doctorate degrees and significant criminal justice experience in prosecution, law enforcement, corrections, social services and the forensic sciences.
Option: Collegiate Officer Program (COP)
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The Law/Justice Option has been designed for individuals seeking a career in one of the components of the criminal justice system such as law enforcement, prosecution, or corrections. Hence, this degree has been structured to prepare criminal justice professionals to operate effectively within today’s legal environment balancing individual rights with the protection of society, interacting with a culturally diverse community, and protecting the public from increasingly complex threats.