Associate of Arts Degree
Understand criminal justice laws, theories, forensics and court systems and develop critical thinking and judgemental skills, ethical decision making abilities and problem solving and communication skills throughout the program. Courses include Introduction to Law Enforcement, Politics and the Judicial Process, Criminology, Introduction to Corrections, Introduction to Criminal Justice and more. Interdisciplinary in nature, this program draws on courses in communications, sociology, law and political science in addition to the requisite criminal justice courses.
|Intro to Law Enforcement||3|
|Politics & the Judicial Process||3|
|Intro to Criminal Justice||3|
|Criminal Legal Procedures||3|
|Introduction to Corrections||3|
|Research in Criminal Justice||3|
Student must take nine (9) credits of courses from the CRMJ or HSEC prefix, of which no more than six (6) credits come from HSEC courses. See course catalog for more information.
Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.
|Writing Level I||3|
|American & Wyoming Government||3|
I want to work in counter-terrorism for the FBI; something I've always been interested in.”