Administration of Justice
Award Type: Associate in Science
This degree provides an educational foundation for persons aspiring to careers in law enforcement, probation, parole, court administration, corporate security or custodial corrections. Students intending to transfer to a four-year institution should discuss their programs with a counselor.
The graduate of the Associate in Science in Administration of Justice will:
- Have a fundamental knowledge of the criminal justice system and its primary components.
A major of 27 units is required for the degree.
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|AJ 101||Introduction to Criminal Justice||3.0|
|AJ 102||Criminal Procedures||3.0|
|AJ 103||Concepts of Criminal Law||3.0|
|AJ 104||Legal Aspects of Evidence||3.0|
|AJ 105||Community Relations||3.0|
Plus a minimum of 12 units selected from Administration of Justice courses. Students are encouraged to discuss additional course choices with a member of the department and to focus their work upon their area of interest.
General Education Requirements
General education requirements are groups of courses required of all degree candidates regardless of their major in addition to the program requirement courses listed above. To see what other requirements you need to fulfill, visit myHancock and click on the DegreeWorks icon.