Criminal Justice, Associate in Science (A.S.)
The mission of the Associate in Science in Criminal Justice Technology degree program is to prepare students for employment in the criminal justice profession, including careers in law enforcement, corrections, private security, juvenile justice, and probation and parole.
By completing this program, you will be required to complete some of the required courses for the Homeland Security Specialist, C.C.C. and the Criminal Justice Technology Specialist, C.C.C. as part of your A.S. in Criminal Justice Degree. These courses count towards both and would not have to be repeated, bringing you steps closer to oneof FGC’s certificates.
Courses are offered online (predominately) and, occasionally, at FGC’s main campus.
TABE and PERT Placement exam in Math, Reading, and Writing
The entire degree can be completed online, using the Canvas learning management system.
Students who complete this program will be prepared for careers as a Communications Officer, Police Officer, Deputy Sheriff, Detention Officer, and Corrections Officer.
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Steps to Enroll:
If you are entering the program from within the college, you can view the requirements stemming from your previous studies below:
The credits earned in the completion of this program can be applied to the Homeland Security Specialist, C.C.C. and the Criminal Justice Technology Specialist, C.C.C.
A.S. in Criminal Justice Technology course requirements
General Education Courses (3 cr hrs each / 21 hrs)
CJ Elective Courses (3 cr hrs each / 15 hrs)
*Available only to Law Enforcement Academy graduates.
CCC – Criminal Justice Technology Specialist course requirements
General Education Courses (3 cr hrs each / 6 hrs)
CJ Core Courses (3 cr hrs each / 9 hrs)
CJ Elective Courses (3 cr hrs each / 9 hrs)
CCC – Homeland Security Specialist course requirements
CJ Core Courses (3 cr hrs each / 6 hrs)
CJ Elective Course (3 cr hrs / 3 hrs)
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