Criminal Justice (AAS)
(With specializations in Law Enforcement, Correctional Services, or Juvenile Justice)
Graduates of the Basic Police Academy, Correctional Officer Academy, and Police Reserve Academy may request in lieu credit. Credit for advanced training provided by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission may also be accepted. Please see the Criminal Justice advisor for additional information.
Courses (90 Credits Minimum)
|CJ& 101||Introduction to Criminal Justice||5.0|
|CJUS 104||The Line Officer Function: Police & Corrections||5.0|
|CJUS 201||The Art of Public and Private Investigation||5.0|
|POL S102||Law and Society||5.0|
|POL S110||Law and Justice||5.0|
|SOC 106||Juvenile Justice||5.0|
|CIS 102||Introduction to Microsoft Office||3.0|
|CJUS 151||Drugs and Our Society||5.0|
|CJUS 258||Criminal Justice Internship||5.0|
|PSYC&220||Abnormal Psychology or||5.0|
|ENGL&101||English Composition I||5.0|
|MATH 101||App of Algebra for Vocational-Technical Students or||5.0|
|MATH&107||Math in Society||5.0|
|PSYCH106||Human Relations or||5.0|
|SOC& 101||Introduction to Sociology||5.0|
|SPCH 101||Fundamentals of Speech||5.0|
|Please consult with your advisor on courses available in this area.|
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