Criminal Justice Technology

20520 - 60 Credits

This degree offers the student a broad background in the history, philosophy, organization, management, and operation of the criminal justice system. In law enforcement, an emphasis is placed on the role of the police in the process of social control and in the legal and philosophical issues involved. In corrections, emphasis is placed on the supervision, protection, care, custody, and control of offenders. Opportunities for employment are available in law enforcement agencies, correctional institutions, juvenile courts, social service agencies, crime laboratories, and security agencies.