Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Modern law enforcement is a highly competitive career field. The more education you
have, the better your chance of employment and advancement. Prepare for entry-level
employment in law enforcement agencies and in some correctional facilities with an
Associate in Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice. People working within those
areas can use the program to enhance their skills.
For a roadmap that identifies the preferred sequencing of courses and other specific recommendations from faculty, please see the corresponding program map(s):
|CJ& 101||Intro to Criminal Justice||5|
|CJ 104||Intro to Policing||5|
|CJ& 105||Intro to Corrections||5|
|CJ& 106||Juvenile Justice||5|
|CJ& 110||Criminal Law||5|
|CJ 154||The American Legal System||5|
|CJ 180||Report Writing for Law Enforcement||5|
|CJ 184||Administration of Justice||5|
|CJ 187||Crisis Intervention for Professionals||3|
|CJ 260||Physical Evidence and Criminalistics||5|
|CS 110||Introduction to Microcomputer Applications||3|
|POLS& 202||US Government||5|
|SUDS 114||Suicide Assessment, Prevention, and Crisis Management||2|
|SUDS 288||Criminal Justice Cooperative Work Experience||Var.|
|COLL 289||Employment Portfolio Seminar||1|
|POLS 220||Law and Social Issues||5|
|SOC& 101||Introduction to Sociology:DIV||5|
Program planning is based on information available at the time of preparation. It
is the student’s responsibility to meet with their LCC advisor for specific requirements.
Consult the LCC catalog for LCC graduation requirements.
The necessity for prerequisite classes or beginning classes in a quarter other than Fall will change this plan and may extend beyond two years.