The Associate of Applied Science degree in Correctional Services is to prepare individuals for careers in the criminal justice and Corrections occupations. It is not designed to train for any specialty, but rather to provide a broad foundation, which will prepare students to enter any of the many criminal justice fields.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion, students will be able to:
- At the successful completion of the program, curriculum students should be able to:
- Demonstrate proficiency in discussing current Criminal Justice Issues.
- Perform job within the legal/constitutional framework.
- Demonstrate proficiency in proper procedures of Criminal Investigation techniques.
- Identify, exhibit and apply ethical behavior on the job.
- Demonstrate appropriate workplace behavior and exhibit appropriate interpersonal communication skills.
An academic advisor will review your preparation in Mathematics and English with you. You’ll be guided to appropriate preliminary coursework to give you the greatest chance of success in this program.
Each applicant must meet with the College’s Protective Services faculty for a personal interview. Applicants not already employed in criminal justice are cautioned as to the qualifications usually required for criminal justice agency employment: 1) Excellent moral character, no felony convictions or any crime involving moral turpitude, nor an excessive number of traffic citations. 2) A background investigation is normally conducted by the employing agency to confirm these conditions.
Job openings are available in the law enforcement and the protective services fields with positions open in public law enforcement agencies, private security firms, as well as state and federal agencies.
For Further Information, Contact:
- Robert England
- Cindy Ringley
- Nikki Scarberry
- Matt Rose, Dean of Industrial Technology