The Associate in Science degree in Criminal Justice Technology is designed to provide a solid foundation upon which students prepare for the analysis of social and human problems necessary for functioning within the criminal justice system.
To be officially accepted into this program a student must:
have a high school diploma or GED certificate,
take a placement exam as prescribed by State Board of Education Rule, and
interview with the program coordinator before formal admission into the program is approved.
All students are required to construct their class schedules with the assistance of the A.S. advisor, who must approve all course alternatives.