The certificate was designed to enhance student success, leadership development, and career/workforce opportunities,enabling all in the community to thrive in a changing global society. The Corrections program provides students with the entry-level skills necessary to be employed in corrections. It also prepares students for entry into and/or advancement within management career patterns of the Corrections field. Preparation for ongoing study of the field is also provided.
Upon completion of the required courses with at least a “C” grade or better in each course, the student will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement in Corrections.
We anticipate with 112 currently declared majors in Administration of Justice programs along with Labor Market Demand and options for local and regional entry level employment upon completion of this certificate we will average 35 completers annually in this program of study.
The objective of the program is to provide students with entry-level skills necessary to be employed in corrections.
This program of study will include the following below courses from our Administration of Justice courses, 18 total units.
|ADJU 1||Introduction to the Administration of Justice||3|
|ADJU 14||Introduction to Corrections||3|
|ADJU 15||Legal Aspects of Corrections||3|
|ADJU 16||Control and Supervision in Corrections||3|
|ADJU 17||Correctional Interviewing and Counseling||3|
|ADJU 18||Fundamentals of Probation and Parole||3|
(Y1 or S1)
|ADJU 1||Introduction to the Administration of Justice||3||Fall Y1 or Y2 |
Sp Y1 or Y2
|ADJU 14||Introduction to Corrections||3||Fall Y1 or Y2|
|ADJU 15||Legal Aspects of Corrections||3||Spring Y1 or Y2|
|ADJU 16||Control and Supervision in Corrections||3||Fall Y1|
|ADJU 17||Correctional Interviewing and Counseling||3||Spring Y1 or Y2|
|ADJU 18||Fundamentals of Probation and Parole||3||Fall Y1 or Y2|
Diann Thursby · 11/22/19
Received regional recommendation at 11-18-19 IEDRC Deans Meeting.