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Criminal Justice

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  • 1. Criminal Justice
    Career Path to Law Enforcement
  • 2. Introduction to Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security
    ½ credit- one semester
    Articulated with CJSA 1282 Cooperative Education
    Open to freshman
    Various topics including Bill of Rights, public safety, and history of law enforcement
  • 3.
  • 4. Emergency Services
    ½ credit-one semester
    Open to freshman
    Topics covered: first responder, medical services, rescue and emergency response
  • 5.
  • 6. Law Enforcement 1
    Full credit-year long course
    Articulated with CJSA 1312 Crime in America and CJSA 1322 Introduction to Criminal Justice
    Open to freshman and sophomores
    Topics covered history of law enforcement, fundamental of criminal law
  • 7. Law Enforcement 2
    Full credit-year long course
    Articulated with Crime in America and CJSA 1303 Basic Telecommunications Certification
    Open to juniors and seniors
    Topics covered court system, Miranda rights, and 911 emergency communications
  • 8. Forensics
    Full credit-year long course
    Open to junior and seniors
    Topics covered criminal investigations, crime scene processing, and criminal background