This 16-unit certificate would provide entry-level undergraduate professional education within the criminal justice specialization of corrections; completion of the certificate would allow students to pursue entry-level positions within corrections or law enforcement agencies or allow students in the ADT programs to obtain the certificate specializing in corrections through chosen transferrable electives.
Enrollment Completer Projections are 45 students annually.
· Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the history and trends of the correctional system in the United States and describe the relationship between corrections and other components of the judicial system.
· Analyze and describe the legal issues, specific laws, and general operations of correctional institutions.
· Describe the differences between adult, juvenile, probation, and parole corrections systems.
· Identify, understand, and demonstrate inmate processing procedures including receiving, discharge, and classification processes.
· Identify the legal considerations of correctional systems and the demonstrate knowledge of the rights of individuals within correctional systems.
· Demonstrate professional best practices in methods of professional communications, interviewing and de-escalation techniques.
· Identify, understand, and demonstrate appropriate and professional written communication skills.
|ADJ 20||Introduction to Corrections||3|
|ADJ21||Control & Supervision in Corrections||3|
|ADJ22||Legal Aspects of Corrections||3|
|ADJ25||Introduction to Probation & Parole||3|
(Y1 or S1)
|ADJ 20||Introduction to Corrections||3||S1|
|ADJ 21||Control & Supervision in Corrections||3||S2|
|ENG 1A||English Composition||4||S1|
|ADJ 22||Legal Aspects of Corrections||3||S2|
|ADJ 25||Introduction to Probation and Parole||3||S1|
Diann Thursby · 10/15/19
Received regional recommendation at 10-14-19 IEDRC Deans Meeting.