Criminal Justice

The Associate of Science in Criminal Justice prepares individuals to pursue career opportunities in law enforcement. The program focuses on the interrelationship between crime, the criminal justice system, and society as a whole. Students will study the components and processes of the American Justice system including criminology and human behavior. The program also provides a course of study for students intending to transfer to a four year college or university as criminal justice majors. CIP 430107

Graduates of the Criminal Justice program may be employed in:

  • Parish, local and municipal police departments
  • State police
  • Correction agencies
  • Court systems
  • Other public and private agencies


Kelly Clement
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Criminal Justice Curriculum