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Criminal Justice Program Overview
Criminal Justice Associate of Technical Science (ATS) and Corrections Certificate
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Criminal Justice Program Guide

Suggested Course Sequence:
Associate of Technical Science Degree (complete both years)
Corrections Certificate (complete first year, including English,
         mathematics and either interpersonal communications course)


Required Courses:
Offered on the Wenatchee and Omak campuses

Year 1 - Fall Quarter Credits
CJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 5
CJ 210 Introduction to Corrections 5
  ** Support Course 5
     
Year 1 - Winter Quarter
CJ 120 Introduction to Criminal Law 5
CJ 130 Introduction to Juvenile Justice 5
  ** Support Course 5
     
Year 1 - Spring Quarter
CJ 140 Criminal Justice Report Writing 5
CJ 150 Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure 5
  ** Support Course 5
     
Total Credits for Corrections Certificate
45
 
Year 2 - Fall Quarter
CJ 201 Criminal Investigations 5
CJ 110 Police Organization and Administration 5
  ** Support Course 5
     
Year 2 - Winter Quarter
CJ 220 Crime Scene Investigations 5
CJ 230 Crisis Intervention 5
  ** Support Course 5
     
Year 2 - Spring Quarter
CJ 240 Introduction to Traffic Investigation 5
CJ 250 Professional Development 5
  ** Support Course 5
     
 Criminal Justice Associate of Technical Science Degree Total Credits  90

 

 

**Required support
courses 
 

 

ENGL 097*

Composition: Paragraph or higher

 

MATH 096* or
MATH 093

Elementary Algebra or
Pre-Algebra or higher

 

CJ 262 or
CMST& 210

Interpersonal Communication in Criminal Justice or
Interpersonal Communication

 

PSYC& 100

General Psychology

 

 

10 credits Approved Electives

 

Approved electives: CJ 260, 261, 262, CMST& 101, 220; PSYC 102, 245;
SOC& 101, 201, SOC 110, 151; PEH 103, 104, 161, 162, 261, 262.
Other courses may be approved by the program coordinator and dean.

*Assessment score required.


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