The Administration of Justice: Level II Corrections Certificate of Achievement program prepares students to enter the workforce as corrections officers in the field of institutional and community based corrections of adult and juvenile offenders. Students will learn basic supervision, control and incident report writing skills to prepare them for common duties and challenges of correctional officers at detention centers and in community service.
It is anticipated that 10-15 students per year will complete this certificate.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will demonstrate an ability to:
Courses for the Administration of Justice - Level II Corrections Certificate of Achievement may be taken in any sequence. They may be taken in one semester or over multiple semesters.
|ADMJ 55||Writing for Criminal Justice||3||Any Semester|
|ADMJ 57||Introduction to Corrections||3||Any Semester|
|Select one course from the following:|
|ADMJ 3||Community and the Justice System||3||Any Semester|
|ADMJ 6||Legal Aspects of Evidence||3||Any Semester|
|ADMJ 51||Criminal Court Process||3||Any Semester|
|ADMJ 70||Juvenile Procedures||3||Any Semester|
|Total Units for Certificate||9.0|