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The Criminal Justice Program offers a Bachelor of Science and Associate of Applied Science degree course of study. The program provides a broad curriculum for students that wish to pursue entry and intermediate level careers in Criminal Justice. Since 2001, the Criminal Justice field has experienced significant expansion and several new careers fields have developed, many requiring Bachelor and Associate Degrees

Upon completion, our graduates will be prepared for employment as Federal, State or Tribal Law Enforcement Officers, Corrections Officers, Parole and Probation Officers, Transportation Safety Officers, Victim Advocates, , United States Customs, Homeland Security, Military Investigative Services and private security agencies. All employment opportunities have pre-employment requirements and many agencies require college degrees, background checks, physical and psychological examinations and licensing examinations.

Students wishing to enroll in this program must be 18 years of age, possess a valid driver’s license from their home state and provide official documentation of a criminal background check. Once a student has been accepted into this program, he/she must be motivated to demonstrate the attitude and behavior connected with the professional career being pursued.


ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM(S):

Criminal Justice - (25 CORE Credits Required)

  • CJU 201 3cr. Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • CJU 202 3cr. Introduction to Domestic Violence
  • CJU 203 3cr. Intro to Drugs & Crime
  • CJU 215 3cr. Comm. Policing/Diverse Cultures
  • CJU 226 4cr. Criminal Investigations
  • CJU 231 3cr. Ethical Issues In Criminal Justice
  • CJU 254 3cr. Juvenile Justice
  • CJU 270 3cr. Introduction to Corrections

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM(S):

Criminal Justice - (21 CORE Credits Required)

  • CJU 310 3cr. Ethics: Case Studies
  • CJU 351 3cr. Criminal Evidence & Procedure
  • CJU 370 3cr. Criminal Behavior
  • CJU 410 3cr. Constitutional Law
  • CJU 420 3cr. Interview Techniques
  • CJU 425 3cr. Diversity in Criminal Justice
  • CJU 480 3cr. Criminal Justice Research Methods

CRIMINAL JUSTICE MINORS:

Criminal Investigations - (21 Credits Required)

  • CJU 330 3cr. Advanced Report Writing
  • CJU 435 3cr. Forensic Science
  • CJU 455 3cr. Organize Crime
  • CJU 485 3cr. Seminar
  • CJU 490 3cr. Field Experience/Internship
  • CJU 491 3cr. Field Experience/Internship II
  • CJU 498 3cr. Special Topics: Critical Issues
  • CJU 499 3cr. Special Topics: Sexual Offenders

Corrections, Parole & Probation - (21 Credits Required)

  • CJU 320 3cr. Probation/Parole
  • CJU 325 3cr. Community Diversion Alternatives
  • CJU 455 3cr. Organized Crime
  • CJU 485 3cr. Seminar
  • CJU 490 3cr. Field Experience/Internship
  • CJU 491 3cr. Field Experience/Internship II
  • CJU 498 3cr. Special Topics: Critical Issues
  • CJU 499 3cr. Special Topics: Sexual Offenders

Community Services - (21 Credits Required)

  • CJU TBD 3cr. Case & Client Management *Pending Curriculum Approval
  • CJU 325 3cr. Community Diversion Alternatives
  • CJU 360 3cr. Victims And Victimology
  • CJU 485 3cr. Seminar
  • CJU 490 3cr. Field Experience/Internship
  • CJU 491 3cr. Field Experience/Internship II
  • CJU 498 3cr. Special Topics: Critical Issues
  • CJU 499 3cr. Special Topics: Sexual Offenders

Criminal Justice

Mark Wallevand
Department Chair

Email: mwallevand@uttc.edu
Phone: Ext. 1258