Purpose: The curriculum in Criminal Justice prepares individuals for career services in law enforcement and related occupations. Supported by a broad general education, training is given to develop professional competence in the fields of law enforcement administration, police science, prevention and control of delinquency and crime, correctional administration, and industrial security administration. This curriculum is applicable to both the preparatory student and the experienced officer.
General requirements for admission to the College.
Complete ACC graduation requirements (see Table of Contents, Academic Policies and Regulations).
Complete a minimum of 60 approved credit hours.
Students who have completed or plan to complete the Basic Law Enforcement Certificate (Police Academy) are required to see an advisor for course guidance.
Upon satisfactory completion of program and ACC graduation requirements, the student will be awarded the Associate of Applied Science Degree.