Criminal Justice Technology, A.S.

2018-2019 Catalog

2277: A.S. Degree in Criminal Justice Technology (60 Credit Hours)

CIP: 43.0103

FL CIP: 1743010302

SOC: 33-1012

The Associate in Science in Criminal Justice Technology program prepares students for various positions in law enforcement and corrections agencies at the local, state and federal levels and for related jobs in private industry. The program includes a combination of theoretical, practical and supportive courses. Individuals already employed in the criminal justice area can increase their skills and prepare for supervisory positions.

View the Academic Pathway for this program at


Program Core Courses

CJJ 1002Juvenile Delinquency3
CCJ 1020Introduction to Criminal Justice System3
CJC 1000Crime and Punishment3
CJE 2600Introduction to Criminal Investigation3
CJL 2130Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedures 3
CJE 2061Policing in America3
CCJ 2010Criminology**3
CCJ 2013Criminal Victimization3
CCJ 1949Work Experience I3

Program Electives

CGS 1100Microcomputer Applications3
ENC 1102Freshman Composition Skills II**3
CJE 2330Ethics in Criminal Justice3
DSC 1212Introduction to Emergency Management Systems3

General Education Courses

SPC 2608Effective Speaking3
ENC 1101Freshman Composition Skills I**3
One of the following:
MAC 1105College Algebra**3
MAC 2311Calculus I with Analytic Geometry**5
MGF 1106Liberal Arts Mathematics**3
MGF 1107Mathematical Explorations**3
STA 2023Elementary Statistics**3
STA 2023HHonors Elementary Statistics**3
One of the following:
ARH 1000Art Appreciation3
HUM 1020Introduction to the Humanities3
HUM 1020HHonors Introduction to the Humanities3
LIT 1000Introduction to Literature3
MUL 1010Music Appreciation3
PHI 2010Introduction to Philosophy3
THE 1000Theatre Appreciation3
One of the following:
AMH 2020United States History Since 18773
ANT 2000Introduction to Anthropology3
ECO 2013Principles of Economics - Macro3
ECO 2013HPrinciples of Economics - Macro Honors3
POS 2041American National Government3
PSY 2012General Psychology3
PSY 2012HHonors General Psychology3
SYG 2000Introductory Sociology3
One of the following:
AST 1002Descriptive Astronomy3
BSC 1005Introduction to Biology3
BSC 2010Integrated Principles of Biology I3
BSC 2085Human Anatomy and Physiology I3
CHM 1020Chemistry for Liberal Studies4
CHM 2045General Chemistry I3
ESC 1000Earth Science3
EVR 1001Introduction to Environmental Science3
EVR 1001HIntroduction to Environmental Science Honors3
PHY 1020Elementary Physics for the Nonscience Majors3
PHY 1053CGeneral Physics I with Lab4
PHY 2048CGeneral Physics with Calculus I with Lab5

Total Credit Hours: 60

*Students taking advantage of the Criminal Justice Articulation Agreement must take MGF 1106 Liberal Arts Mathematics or higher. For information on the A.S. to B.S. program with participating colleges/universities, please contact the Criminal Justice Department at 873-5838.


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