Candidates interested in careers in Criminal Justice can enroll in a two-year Associate Degree program that is designed to work with shift schedules.
The degree is excellent for criminal justice practitioners who are interested in criminal justice related fields. The program provides the first two years for a bachelor’s degree program in Criminal Justice. The college has collaborative agreements with area four-year universities. Students completing the Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy receive 16 credits toward the semester hour Criminal Justice degree.