Emphasizes the preservation of peace, the prevention of crime, and the protection of life and property. Prepares students for entry into the public service fields of law enforcement with a full working comprehension of the relationships between public and private concerns. Students completing the program benefit from articulation agreements with Eastern Michigan University, Madonna University, University of Michigan-Dearborn, and Lake Superior State University. This program allows successful students to continue their studies toward a bachelor degree in criminal justice with no loss of credit hours.
- Develop a report which effectively analyses and communicates a given situation.
- Apply case law, criminal procedure, and custodial law by analyzing fact patterns and situations.
- Analyze critical issues in law enforcement ( i.e., use of fatal force, racial profiling, minorities in law enforcement, police misconduct ) and their impact on day to day operations of a police department.
- Distinguish between Police Community Relations and Community Policing and how each impact Community Policing.
- Characterize the importance of ethics and ethical decisions at all levels and processes within the criminal justice system.
- Federal Law Enforcement
- Police Officer
- Private Security
- State Law Enforcement
See General Education Requirements for details.
|Course name||Credit Hours|
|ENG-131: Introduction to College Writing||3.00|
|ENG-132: College Writing and Research||3.00|
|PSY-131: Introductory Psychology||3.00|
|SPC-131: Fundamentals of Speaking||3.00|
|WR-131: Religious Traditions in the World||3.00|
CRJ 136 Introduction to Corrections