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Criminal Justice

Associate of Applied Science

Criminal Justice

The field of criminal justice involves the three components of the criminal justice system: police, courts and corrections. The academic discipline also includes study of the juvenile justice system and the extent and causes of crime among adults and juveniles. Criminal Justice is an exciting and interesting discipline that can lead to attractive and worthwhile careers.  

You will acquire the broad knowledge necessary to successfully transfer to public or private four-year colleges and universities that offer a variety of degree options related to criminal justice fields. You will also be qualified to pursue entry-level private and government security positions.

When you study Criminal Justice at BVCTC you'll be learning from professors with real-world experience in small classes. The availability of online and in person courses makes this program flexible.

You'll learn about both the practical and theoretical aspects of criminal justice, including analyzing the nature of crime and justice in the U.S., as well as evaluate the police, courts and correction systems. You'll also have the opportunity to gain real-life experience in the field through an internship, but it is not required.

Our criminal justice program equips you with the in-demand skills to create positive change in the lives of individuals, families and communities.

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