The Associate of Arts in Justice Studies prepares graduates for para-professional positions in the field of justice studies. It is also designed as a pre-bachelor's degree program since credits earned are applicable to a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology & Justice Studies. It can serve as a foundation for advanced justice studies in several areas, including retail security, industrial security, forensics, law and corrections.
Graduates typically seek employment in:
- Probation offices
- Social service agencies
- Local law enforcement offices
- Crime labs
Mr. David Graff, Senior Lecturer