General Catalog 2013-2014 Updated
General Catalog 2013-2014 Updated > Programs of Study > Criminal Justice Technology > Criminal Justice Technology Diploma
Program Purpose : The Criminal Justice Technology diploma program provides academic foundations in communications, mathematics, and human relations as well as occupational fundamentals. Program graduates are knowledgeable in the areas of constitutional and criminal law, law enforcement, criminal justice, corrections, and juvenile justice. Graduates are well prepared for careers in private security, corrections, and public protection.
Admission Requirements : Field internships are an integral part of the criminal justice program. Intern/practicum sites may require prospective interns to complete an extensive background investigation questionnaire, submit to a criminal records check, and/or participate in drug screening. Failure to meet the requirements of these internship/practicum sites may prevent completion of the program. Students are reminded that licensing and certification boards for program-related occupations may deny, suspend or revoke a license or certification if an applicant has a criminal history or is convicted, pleads guilty or nolo contendere to a felony or other crime. Students should consult the licensing or certification board corresponding to their intended occupations for more details. Successful completion of the program of study does not guarantee certification, licensure, or employment.
Total Credit Hours: 48
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