Criminal Justice

Criminal justice refers to the system of laws, institutions, and processes established within a society to maintain social order, deter criminal behavior, and ensure fairness and accountability.

Explore all areas of the criminal justice system, including law enforcement, policing and investigations, corrections, parole and probation, prosecution and courts, juvenile justice, and rehabilitation options within the community.

Students will receive valuable access and networking with experienced instructors who have studied and worked extensively in all areas of the criminal justice system. Students interested in pursuing a bachelor degree in criminal justice should choose the Associate of Arts degree and work closely with a counselor when choosing their classes.

Degrees & Certificates

Bachelor Degree Pathways

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Division: Workforce, Career & Technical Education

Class Schedule for Criminal Justice