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Criminal Justice Technology A.S. (2138)

TCC's Criminal Justice Technology Program is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing upon many different fields of study including, but not limited to, law, sociology, psychology, political science, history, biology, medicine economics and management. The program focuses both on the theoretical and the practical aspects of criminal justice, with the emphasis on the practical. All faculty members have extensive real world experience in the subject matter they teach and a minimum of a master's degree in that field.

  

This A.S. degree in Criminal Justice Technology is designed for those who wish to work in law enforcement or corrections as non-sworn officers, or for those working in the field who require additional credentials to support their career advancement.​

 

 Program Details

 

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Program Purpose:
To prepare students for employment in law enforcement or corrections and to meet the needs of persons employed in those fields who want to advance in their professions.

Employment Types:
Law enforcement officer, correctional officer, juvenile justice officer, public or private security guard, or detective

Program Length:
64 credit hours

Admission Requirements:
A high school diploma or GED diploma and meet the required minimum scores on the Florida Postsecondary Education Readiness Test, SAT or ACT (or complete the necessary developmental courses)

Academic Division:
Division of Technology and Professional Programs

Contact:
(850) 201-8352 or techedu@tcc.fl.edu


Note: Students may earn only one A.S. degree in Criminal Justice Technology. Students should choose either program 2138, 2156 or 2157.

Course Information


General Education (18 credit hours)


Program Courses (43 credit hours)


Please refer to Course Descriptions for information on course availability by semester.

Elective (3 credit hours)


  •  Any college-credit course 3 credit hour(s)

Note:


A-Florida Law Enforcement Academy Credit

B-Florida Corrections Academy Credit


 

 Online Courses

 
Important Information for Distance Learners

Students who have not taken an online class at TCC before will need to successfully complete CDL-STU008, Introduction to Distance Learning, before registering for web-based courses. Introduction to Distance Learning is a free, non-credit online workshop that will help distance learning students succeed right from the start.

First time at TCC students who will complete their program of study entirely online should register for CDL-STU007, Distance Learning Online Orientation, before registering for web-based courses.  Distance Learning Online Orientation is a free, non-credit online orientation that meets both the orientation and distance learning workshop requirement and is for first time-at TCC students only.

Please click the link to visit the Center for Distance Learning page and register for the required workshop or orientation.

Contact Information

For more information contact Admissions & Enrollment Services by phone (850) 201-8555, fax (850) 201-8474 or e-mail enrollment@tcc.fl.edu.

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