Joanitha Barnes • (901) 333-5101
Liz Lawrence • (901) 333-4161
This program prepares students for career opportunities in criminal justice agencies. Sufficient theoretical preparation and practical experience enable graduates to function effectively in a variety of paraprofessional settings. This program is not designed for transfer. However, LeMoyne-Owen College accepts the A.A.S. degree in Criminal Justice Studies (Law Enforcement Concentration) toward requirements for the baccalaureate degree in Sociology. Students earn a BA degree in Sociology with a Criminal Justice emphasis. Christian Brothers University accepts the A.A.S. degree in Criminal Justice (Law Enforcement and Corrections concentrations) toward requirements for the baccalaureate degree in Behavioral Sciences.) Students intending to transfer credits to other institutions should contact both their advisor and the transfer institution to determine applicable policies or restrictions.
First Semester: 12 Credits
Humanities/Fine Arts 3 Credit Hour(s) (Gen. Ed.) 1