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DEPARTMENT OF

CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL

JUSTICE STUDIES

STUDENT HANDBOOK

FOR CRIMINOLOGY MAJORS

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DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND

CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies offers students a broad background in history, philosophy, organization, management and operation of the criminal justice system. Upon completion, this degree opens up entry-level, non-sworn* positions in local, state, and federal agencies, such as Juvenile Justice, Private Security, Private Investigation, Loss Prevention, Law Enforcement, Corrections, Probation and Parole, Detention Centers, Community-based Intervention Programs, and Crime Scene Technician. This program is also beneficial to professionals within these fields who are seeking incentive benefits or career enhancement. In addition, this program can be useful as a first step toward a career in sworn law enforcement, corrections, and probation as well as a legal or public service career. Students may seek either an A.S. or an A.A. degree or a Crime Scene, Criminal Justice Technology Specialist, or Homeland Security Specialist College Credit Certificate.

For More Information - Our Web Site: http://hccfl.edu/cjt

CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEGREES

A.S. Criminal Justice Technology

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A.A.S. Criminal Justice Technology

This degree was specifically designed for graduates of a Florida police or corrections academy. The State of Florida has abolished most A.A.S. Degrees as of Fall 2013. Students enrolled in the A.A.S. Degree Program prior to Fall 2013 have two years to complete the program and graduate. New students will not be permitted to enroll in an A.A.S. Degree Program. Information about the A.A.S. Degree is provided for the benefit of those students already enrolled in this program.

A.A. Liberal Arts

As the A.S. degree (Associates in Science) is now transferable into upper division programs in Florida Universities allowing graduates to seek a Bachelor’s Degree, the A.A. degree is no longer required or recommended for Criminal Justice Majors. However, Criminal Justice Majors may still seek the A.A. degree

Please Note: All Criminal Justice Technology classes are fully transferable and therefore may be taken as electives toward an A.A. in Liberal Arts or any other degree allowing electives of choice.

College Credit Certificate in Crime Scene

Hillsborough Community College offers a College Credit Certificate Program in Crime Scene Technology designed to prepare graduates for work as crime scene technicians and technologists.

Students can seek a Crime Scene College Credit Certificate at the same time and along with an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice Technology, or they can seek the Crime Scene College Certificate alone (including students who already have a College Degree).

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College Credit Certificate as a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist

Hillsborough Community College offers a College Credit Certificate Program as a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist, designed to prepare graduates for work in law enforcement.

Students can seek a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College Credit Certificate at the same time and along with an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice Technology, or they can seek the Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College Certificate alone (including students who already have a College Degree).

All courses taken toward this Certificate can be transferred and used toward the completion of an Associated Degree in Criminal Justice (AS.CJT). That would allow a student to take this program first, graduate, and then continue towards their Associates degree.

College Credit Certificate as a Homeland Security Specialist

Hillsborough Community College offers a College Credit Certificate Program as a Homeland Security Specialist, designed to prepare graduates for work in homeland security.

Homeland Security is a growing new field within Criminal Justice brought about by the growth of terrorist threats against the United States and abroad. Hillsborough Community College now offers courses in Homeland Security. These courses are college credit classes which can also be used toward as Associates in Science Degree or an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice. These courses are transferable and should also qualify as electives for most Associates Degrees.

The College’s Homeland Security courses are designed to prepare graduates for work in various Homeland Security fields. They are specifically designed for students who are pursuing a career in terrorism, counter-intelligence, national security, or governmental security. These courses would be appropriate for anyone entering the fields of law enforcement, private security, or public administration as well as political science or risk management.

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE

DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE

REQUIREMENTS

A.S. DEGREE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY*

(64 Credits)

*Recommended Degree For Criminal Justice Majors

General Education & Related Courses 18 Credits

Criminal Justice Required Courses 25 Credits

Criminal Justice Elective Courses 21 Credits

A.A.S. DEGREE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TEDCHNOLOY

POLICE ACADEMY GRADUATE

(64 Credits)

General Education & Related Courses 15 Credits

Criminal Justice Required Courses 4 Credits

Criminal Justice Elective Courses 12 Credits

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A.A.S. DEGREE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY

CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE

(64 Credits)

General Education & Related Courses 15 Credits

Criminal Justice Required Courses 4 Credits

Criminal Justice Elective Courses 18 Credits

Academy Awarded Credits 27 Credits

A.A.S. DEGREE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY

DUAL CERTIFIED ACADEMY GRADUATE

(64 Credits)

General Education & Related Courses 15 Credits

Criminal Justice Required Courses 4 Credits

Criminal Justice Elective Courses 6 Credits

Academy Awarded Credits 39 Credits

COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE

CRIME SCENE

Crime Scene Program Required Courses 28 Credits

COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST

Criminal Justice Technology Specialist Required Courses 24 Credits

COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE

HOMELAND SECURITY SPECIALIST

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE

CRIME SCENE COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE

The College Credit Certificate Program in Crime Scene Technology is designed to prepare graduates for work in crime scene fields and forensics.

Crime Scene work is a growing field made famous by television shows such as the CSI series. It is a very technical field with specialty training being necessary. Crime scene technician positions are often civilian and are not recruited from sworn police officers but are hired directly from the public.

Crime Scene Technicians and Technologists specialize in the locating, identifying, processing, and preserving of evidence at crime scenes, identifying fingerprints, crime scene photography, as well as testifying in court as to their findings. City, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies, prosecuting attorneys offices, and medical examiners' offices as well as criminal and civil law firms and private industry employ crime scene specialists.

Students can seek a Crime Scene College Credit Certificate at the same time and along with an Associates Degree or they can seek the Crime Scene College Certificate alone (including students who already have a College Degree). Please note that students can also take most Crime Scene classes as electives toward an Associates Degree without seeking the Certificate.

Required Courses

CCJ-1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 Cr

CJE-1640 Introduction to Criminalistics 3 Cr

CJE-1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology 3 Cr

CJE-1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology 3 Cr

CJE-2600 Criminal Investigations 3 Cr

CJE-2671c Latent Fingerprint Development* 2 Cr

CJE-2672 c Fingerprint Classification* 2 Cr

CJE-2770c Forensic Photography* 3 Cr

CJL-1610 Courtroom Presentation of Crime Scene Evidence 3 Cr

CJL-2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 Cr

Total College Certificate Credits 28 Cr Note: Credits for classes marked with an asterisk (*) are only usable toward the

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST

COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE

Hillsborough Community College offers a College Credit Certificate as a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist designed to prepare graduates to work in law enforcement, corrections, private security, and other criminal justice, legal, or public service related fields

Students can seek a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College Credit Certificate at the same time and along with an Associates Degree or they can seek the Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College Certificate alone (including students who already have a College Degree).

All courses taken toward this Certificate can be transferred and used toward the completion of an Associated Degree in Criminal Justice (AS.CJT). That would allow a student to take this program first, graduate, and then continue towards their Associates degree.

Required Courses

CCJ-1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 Cr

CCJ-2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice 3 Cr

CCJ-2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports 3 Cr

CJJ-1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 Cr

CJE-1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement 3 Cr

CJL-2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 Cr

AND STUDENTS MUST SELECT TWO OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES:

CCJ-1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice 3 Cr

CCJ-2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice 3 Cr

CJC-1000 Introduction to Corrections 3 Cr

CJL-1500 Introduction to the Court System 3 Cr

SCC-1000 Introduction to Private Security 3 Cr

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE

HOMELAND SECURITYSPECIALIST

COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE

Hillsborough Community College offers a College Credit Certificate as a

Homeland Security Specialist designed to prepare graduates to work in

homeland security, counter-terrorism, or security service related fields

Students can seek a Homeland Security Specialist College Credit Certificate at the same time and along with an Associates Degree or they can

seek the Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College Certificate alone

(including students who already have a College Degree).

All courses taken toward this Certificate can be transferred and used toward the completion of an Associated Degree in Criminal Justice (AS.CJT). That would allow a student to take this program first, graduate, and then continue towards their Associates degree.

Required Courses

DSC-1001...Introduction to Homeland Security 3 Cr

AND STUDENTS MUST SELECT TWO OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES:

DSC-1002...Introduction to Terrorism 3 Cr

DSC-2033...Introduction to Terrorist Tactics and Weapons 3 Cr

DSC-2242…..Transportation and Border Security 3 Cr

DSC-2590…..Intelligence Analysis and Security Management 3 Cr

DSC-2570…..Introduction to Cyber-Terrorism 3 Cr

DSC-2732…..Seminar in Homeland Security and Terrorism 3 Cr

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DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND

CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES

DEGREE LEARNING TRACKS

Our students can choose to emphasize a degree learning track based on their educational and employment goals. The Track they select offers them guidance on what electives they should choose. Students who are not sure which Track they wish may select the No-Track Option (General Criminal Justice).

PLEASE NOTE: Students do not enroll or register into a Degree Learning Track. They enroll into the AS.CJT program. Degree Tracks are simply meant to assist students in selecting the most appropriate electives based on their career or educational goals. Criminal Justice Majors are free to choose any criminal justice elective to satisfy the elective requirements of these Degrees.

General Criminal Justice – No Track

For students who have not selected a Career Track or wish to take a variety of criminology and criminal justice courses.

Criminology Track:

For students pursuing a career in criminology, criminal justice research, or criminal justice education.

Law Enforcement Track:

For students pursuing a career in police work or criminal investigations.

Corrections, Probation, and Juvenile Justice Track:

For students pursuing a career in the jail or prison system; the juvenile justice system; or the parole, probation, or community control system.

Pre-Law Track:

For students pursuing a career in the legal system as an attorney including prosecution or criminal defense.

Crime Scene Track:

For students pursuing a career in crime scene, crime laboratory, or forensics.

Homeland Security Track:

For students pursuing a career in counter-terrorism, counter-intelligence, national security, or governmental security.

Social Services Track:

For students pursuing a career in criminal justice related social services including victim advocacy, domestic violence, and drug abuse, and mental health commitments.

Private Security and Investigations Track:

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DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND

CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES

DEGREE SPECIALTIES

Victim Advocacy:

This is a specialty career within criminal justice agencies that assists the victims of crimes instead of targeting the offender. Victim Advocates work with the victims of crimes assisting them during the investigative and prosecution stage of a criminal proceeding. Students interested in this type of career should take CCJ-2013: Introduction to Victimology as one of their electives.

Crime Analysis:

This is a specialty career within criminal justice agencies that work with crime statistics and crime mapping. Crime Analysts compile detailed evaluations of crime trends that are used to determine police special operations and personnel distribution. Students interested in this type of career should take CJE-1653: Crime Analysis and Intelligence and CJE 2664: Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysisas electives.

Computer Forensics:

This is a specialty career within criminal justice agencies that is involved with the investigation of computer related and computer generated crimes, as well as a specialization in the utilization of the computer as a criminal investigative tool. Students interested in this type of career should take CJE-1680: Introduction to Computer Crimes and DSC-2570: Introduction to Cyber-Terrorism as electives.

A.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY

ACADEMY GRADUATE DEGREE TRACKS

Graduates of a Florida police or corrections academy may receive college credits* for their academy training toward the electives required for this degree. There are two Tracks: a Law Enforcement Graduate Track for graduates of a Florida Police Academy and a Corrections Track for graduates of a Florida Corrections Academy.

Police Academy Graduate Track:

For students who have graduated from a Florida Police Academy.

Corrections Academy Graduate Track:

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A.A.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY

DEGREE TRACKS

This degree is designed for graduates of a Florida police or corrections academy The State of Florida has abolished most A.A.S. Degrees as of Fall 2013. Students enrolled in the A.A.S. Degree Program prior to Fall 2013 have two years to complete the program and graduate. New students are not permitted to enroll in an A.A.S. Degree Program. Information about the A.A.S. Degree is provided for the benefit of those already enrolled.

Police Academy Graduate Track:

For students who have graduated from a Florida Police Academy.

Corrections Academy Graduate Track:

For students who have graduated from a Florida Corrections Academy.

Dual Academy Graduate Track:

For students who have graduated from both a Florida Police and a Florida Corrections Academy.

* Please note that these credits can only be awarded if the student successfully

completed the Academy and passed the State Certification Examination, and H.C.C. will only award these credits if the student has successfully completed a minimum of 15 college credits at H.C.C.

COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATES

CRIME SCENE TECHNOLOGY

This certificate is specifically designed for those wishing to enter the field of crime scene and forensics. Students can seek the Certificate alone which is 28 credits or they can seek the Certificate and A.S. Degree together requiring 71 credits.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST

This certificate is specifically designed for those wishing to enter the field of law enforcement. Students can seek the Certificate alone which is 24 credits or can seek the Certificate and A.S. Degree together which can be done in 64 credits.

HOMELAND SECURITY SPECIALIST

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DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES

COURSE OFFERINGS

CCJ Courses – Criminology

CCJ 1010 Introduction to Criminology CCJ 1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice

CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior CCJ 2191 Introduction to Human Behavior in Criminal Justice CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CCJ 2509 Introduction to Gangs

CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society CCJ 2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology CCJ 2648 Organized Crime

CCJ 2678 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CCJ 2720 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods CCJ 2910 Guided Independent Research

CCJ 2934 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CCJ 2935-9 Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies

CJC Courses – Corrections and Probation

CJC 1000 Introduction to Corrections CJC 2162 Probation and Parole

CJE Courses – Law Enforcement and Crime Scene

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology

CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology CJE 1653 Crime Analysis and Intelligence CJE 1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes

CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice (1 Credit)

CJE 2007 Introduction to Federal Law Enforcement and Investigations CJE 2170 Introduction to International Policing and Transnational Crime CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2300 Police Administration and Organization CJE 2400 Community Relations

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJE 2603 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court CJE 2614 Serial Killers

CJE 2664 Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis CJE 2671c Latent Fingerprint Development

CJE 2672c Fingerprint Classification CJE 2770c Forensic Photography

CJJ Courses – Juvenile Justice and Delinquency

CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency CJJ-2004 Juvenile Justice System

CJL Courses – Law and Court Process

CJL 1000 Introduction to Law and Legal Issues

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law

CJL 1070 Legal Rights of Prisoners

CJL 1100 Criminal Law

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System

CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence and Procedures CJL 2202 Legal Research in Criminal Justice CJL 2400 Criminal Court Litigation

CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence

DSC Courses – Homeland Security

DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism DSC1003 Introduction to Homeland Security

DSC2033 Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics DSC2242 Transportation and Border Security

DSC2570 Introduction to Cyber Terrorism

DSC2590 Intelligence Analysis and Security Management DSC2932 Seminar In Homeland Security And Terrorism

SCC Courses – Security

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S. DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course (See the Attached List) 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course ( MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher) 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Program Core Courses (25 hr)

Group A (19 hr) – Required Courses

CCJ 1010 Introduction to Criminology 3 hr CCJ 1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 hr CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr

Group B (3 hr)

Students must select ONE of the following: *

CJC 1000 Introduction to Corrections OR CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement OR CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics OR

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System 3 hr

GROUP C (3 hr)

Students must select ONE of the following

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Electives (21 hr)

Students must select SEVEN of the following: *

CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CCJ 2509 Introduction to Gangs

CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society CCJ 2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology CCJ 2648 Organized Crime

CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CCJ 2720 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods CCJ 2910 Guided Independent Research

CCJ 2934 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CCJ 2935 Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues

CJC 2162 Probation and Parole CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology

CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology CJE 1653 Crime Analysis and Intelligence

CJE 1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes CJE 2007 Introduction to Federal Law Enforcement and Investigations

CJE 2170 Introduction to International Policing and Transnational Crime CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2300 Police Administration and Organization CJE 2400 Community Relations

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJE 2603 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court CJE 2614 Serial Killers

CJE 2664 Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis CJJ 2004 Juvenile Justice System

CJL 1000 Introduction to Law and Legal Issues

CJL 1070 Legal Rights of Prisoners CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice

CJL 2202 Legal Research in Criminal Justice CJL 2400 Criminal Court Litigation

CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence

DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism DSC1003 Introduction to Homeland Security

DSC2033 Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics DSC2242 Transportation and Border Security

DSC2570 Introduction to Cyber Terrorism

DSC2590 Intelligence Analysis and Security Management DSC2932 Seminar In Homeland Security And Terrorism SCC1000 Introduction to Private Security

SCC1001 Introduction to Private Investigations

Or any of these courses if not already taken as a Program Core Course from Group B above: *

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CRIMINOLOGY TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr

SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr

POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Program Core Courses (25 hr)

Group A (19 hr) – Required Courses

CCJ 1010 Introduction to Criminology 3 hr

CCJ 1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 hr

CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr

CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr

Group B (3 hr)

Students must select ONE of the following:

CJC 1000 Introduction to Corrections OR CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement OR CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics OR

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System 3 hr

GROUP C (3 hr)

Students must select ONE of the following

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Electives (21 hr)

Students should select SEVEN of the following: *

CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society CCJ 2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies

CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CCJ 2720 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods CCJ 2910 Guided Independent Research

CCJ 2934 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CCJ 2935 Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues

CJE 2170 Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems CJE 2614 Serial Killers

CJJ 2004 Juvenile Justice System

21 hr

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

LAW ENFORCEMENT TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr

SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr

POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Program Core Courses (25 hr)

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology 3 hr

CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 hr

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement * 3 hr

CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr

CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr

AND

Students must select ONE of the following

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (21 hr)

Students should select SEVEN of the following: **

CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports

CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society

CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology

CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CJE 1653 Crime Analysis and Intelligence

CJE 2170 Comparative Police & Criminal Just Systems

CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2300 Police Administration

CJE 2400 Police Community Relations

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJE 2603 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court CJE 2664 Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System

CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice

CJL 2202 Legal Research in Criminal Justice 21 hr

* Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1640, or CJL 1500

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CORRECTIONS, PROBATION, & JUVENILE JUSTICE TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr

SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr

POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Program Core Courses (25 hr)

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology 3 hr

CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 hr

CJC 1000 Introduction to Corrections* 3 hr

CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr

CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr

AND

Students must select ONE of the following

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (21 hr) **

Students should select SEVEN of the following: **

CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior

CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society

CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CJC 2162 Probation and Parole

CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJJ 2004 Juvenile Justice System

CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports

CJL 1070 Legal Rights of Prisoners

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System 21 hr

* Can substitute CJE 1000, CJE 1640, or CJL 1500

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

PRE-LAW TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Program Core Courses (25 hr)

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology 3 hr CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 hr CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System * 3 hr CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr

AND

Students must select ONE of the following CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (21 hr)

Students should select SEVEN of the following: ** CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology CJE 2170 Comparative Police & Crim Just Systems

CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CJL 1000 Introduction to Law and Legal Issues

CJL 1070 Legal Rights of Prisoners

CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Crim Justice CJL 2400 Criminal Court Litigation

CJL 2202 Legal Research in Criminal Justice

CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence 21 hr

* Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1000, or CJE 1640

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

COMBINATION CRIME SCENE TRACK +

CRIME SCENE COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 Freshman English I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr

SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr

POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Program Core Courses (44 hr)

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology 3 hr

CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 hr

CCJ 1500 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr

CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics 3 hr CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology 3 hr CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology 3 hr CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation 3 hr

CJE-2671c Latent Fingerprint Development 2 hr CJE-2672c Fingerprint Classification* 2 hr

CJE-2673c Forensic Photography* 3 hr

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence 3 hr

AND

Students must select ONE of the following

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (9 hr)

Students should select THREE of the following: **

CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement

CJE 2603 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System 3 hr

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CRIME SCENE TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr

SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr

POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Program Core Courses (25 hr)

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology 3 hr

CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 hr

CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics * 3 hr

CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr

CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr

AND

Students must select ONE of the following

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (21 hr) **

CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJE 2603 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence

And Students should select TWO of the following:

CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System 21 hr

* Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1000, or CJL 1500 for CJE 1640

** These are recommended electives. Students may, without approval, substitute any Criminal Justice elective for these courses.

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S. DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

HOMELAND SECURITY TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Program Core Courses (25 hr)

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology 3 hr CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 hr CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement * 3 hr CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr

AND

Students must select ONE of the following CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (21 hr)

Students should select SEVEN of the following: ** CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CJE 1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System

CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice

DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism DSC1003 Introduction to Homeland Security

DSC 2033 Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics DSC 2242 Transportation and Border Security

DSC 2590 Intelligence Analysis and Security Management

SCC 1000 Introduction to Private Security 21 hr

* Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1640, or CJL 1500

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S. DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

PRIVATE SECURITY TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Program Core Courses (25 hr)

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology 3 hr CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 hr CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement * 3 hr CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr

AND

Students must select ONE of the following CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (21 hr)

Students should select SEVEN of the following: ** CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CJE 1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System

DSC1003 Introduction to Homeland Security

SCC1000 Introduction to Private Security SCC1001 Introduction to Private Investigations 21 hr

* Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1640, or CJL 1500

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

SOCIAL SERVICES TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr

SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr

POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Program Core Courses (25 hr)

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology 3 hr

CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 hr

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement * 3 hr

CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr

CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr

AND

Students must select ONE of the following

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (21 hr)

Students should select SEVEN of the following: **

CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ 2101 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society CCJ 2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies

CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology

CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CJC 2162 Probation and Parole

CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2614 Serial Killers

CJJ 2004 Juvenile Justice System 3 hr

CJL 1000 Introduction to Law and Legal Issues

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System 21 hr

* Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1640, or CJL 1500

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICE ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Articulated Credits (15 hr)

Students who have successfully completed a Florida

Police Academy will be awarded 12 Credits Plus 12 hr

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement 3 hr

Program Core Courses (22 hr)

CCJ 1010 Introduction to Criminology 3 hr CCJ 1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 hr CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr And Students must select ONE of the following

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Electives (9 hr)

Students Must select THREE of the following: CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society CCJ 2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology CCJ 2648 Organized Crime

CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CCJ 2720 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods

CCJ 2910 Guided Independent Research CCJ 2934 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CCJ 2935 Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues

CJC 1000 Introduction to Corrections CJC 2162 Probation and Parole

CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology

CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology CJE 1653 Crime Analysis and Intelligence

CJE 1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes CJE 2170 Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems

CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2300 Police Administration and Organization CJE 2400 Community Relations

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJE 2611 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court CJE 2614 Serial Killers

CJE 2664 Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis CJJ 2004 Juvenile Justice System

CJL 1000 Introduction to Law and Legal Issues CJL 1070 Legal Rights of Prisoners

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice

CJL 2202 Legal Research in Criminal Justice CJL 2400 Criminal Court Litigation

CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence

DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism DSC1003 Introduction to Homeland Security

DSC2033 Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics DSC2242 Transportation and Border Security

DSC2590 Intelligence Analysis and Security Management SCC1000 Introduction to Private Security

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S. DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 hr SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology 3 hr POS 2041 American Government 3 hr

Articulated Credits (12 hr)

Students who have successfully completed a Florida

Corrections Academy will be awarded 9 Credits Plus 9 hr

CJC 1000 Introduction to Corrections 3 hr

Program Core Courses (22 hr)

CCJ 1010 Introduction to Criminology 3 hr CCJ 1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 hr CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency 3 hr CJL 1062 Constitutional Law 3 hr

CJL 1100 Criminal Law 3 hr

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 hr And Students must select ONE of the following

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship OR

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies 3 hr

Program Electives (12 hr)

Students Must select FOUR of the following: CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society CCJ 2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology CCJ 2648 Organized Crime

CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CCJ 2720 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods

CCJ 2910 Guided Independent Research CCJ 2934 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CCJ 2935 Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues

CJC 2162 Probation and Parole

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics

CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology CJE 1653 Crime Analysis and Intelligence

CJE 1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes CJE 2170 Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems

CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2300 Police Administration and Organization CJE 2400 Community Relations

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJE 2603 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court CJE 2614 Serial Killers

CJE 2664 Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis CJJ 2004 Juvenile Justice System

CJL 1000 Introduction to Law and Legal Issues CJL 1070 Legal Rights of Prisoners

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice

CJL 2202 Legal Research in Criminal Justice CJL 2400 Criminal Court Litigation

CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence

DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism DSC1003 Introduction to Homeland Security

DSC2033 Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics DSC2242 Transportation and Border Security DSC2590 Intelligence Analysis and Security Management SCC1000 Introduction to Private Security

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

POLICE ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK - For Students Starting Fall 2007 or later General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Elective (6 hr)

Students must select TWO of the following:

PSY 2012 General Psychology

SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology

POS 2041 American Government 6 hr

Program Core Courses (1 hr)

CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr

Articulated Credits (33 hr)

Students who have completed a Florida Police Academy will be awarded 33 Credits. 33 hr

Program Electives (15 hr) Group A (6 hrs)

Students must select TWO of the following:

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology

CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law

CJL 1100 Criminal Law

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 6 hr

Group B (9 hr)

Students must select THREE of the following: CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society CCJ 2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology CCJ 2648 Organized Crime

CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CCJ 2720 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods

CCJ 2934 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CCJ 2935 Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues

CCJ 2910 Directed Research CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies CJC 1000 Introduction to Corrections CJC 2162 Probation and Parole

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics

CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology CJE 1653 Crime Analysis and Intelligence

CJE 1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes CJE 2170 Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems

CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2300 Police Administration and Organization CJE 2400 Community Relations

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJE 2603 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court CJE 2614 Serial Killers

CJE 2664 Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis CJJ 2004 Juvenile Justice System

CJL 1000 Introduction to Law and Legal Issues CJL 1070 Legal Rights of Prisoners

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice

CJL 2202 Legal Research in Criminal Justice CJL 2400 Criminal Court Litigation

CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence

DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism DSC1003 Introduction to Homeland Security

DSC2033 Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics SCC1000 Introduction to Private Security

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK - For Students Starting Fall 2007 or later General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Elective (6 hr)

Students must select TWO of the following:

PSY 2012 General Psychology

SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology

POS 2041 American Government 6 hr

Program Core Courses (1 hr)

CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr

Articulated Credits (27 hr)

Students who have completed a Florida Corrections Academy will be awarded 27 Credits. 27 hr

Program Electives (15 hr) Group A (6 hrs)

Students must select TWO of the following:

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology

CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law

CJL 1100 Criminal Law

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 6 hr

Group B (9 hr)

Students must select THREE of the following: CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society CCJ 2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology CCJ 2648 Organized Crime

CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CCJ 2720 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods

CCJ 2934 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CCJ 2935 Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues

CCJ 2910 Directed Research CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies CJC 1000 Introduction to Corrections CJC 2162 Probation and Parole

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics

CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology CJE 1653 Crime Analysis and Intelligence

CJE 1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes CJE 2170 Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems

CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2300 Police Administration and Organization CJE 2400 Community Relations

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJE 2603 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court CJE 2614 Serial Killers

CJE 2664 Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis CJJ 2004 Juvenile Justice System

CJL 1000 Introduction to Law and Legal Issues CJL 1070 Legal Rights of Prisoners

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice

CJL 2202 Legal Research in Criminal Justice CJL 2400 Criminal Court Litigation

CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence

DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism DSC1003 Introduction to Homeland Security

DSC2033 Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics SCC1000 Introduction to Private Security

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

DUAL ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK - For Students Starting Fall 2007 or later General Education (9 hr)

Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 hr

Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required

Any Humanities Gen Ed Course

See Attached List 3 hr

Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required

Any Math Gen Ed Course

Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher 3 hr

Program Specified Elective (6 hr)

Students must select TWO of the following: PSY 2012 General Psychology OR SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology OR

POS 2041 American Government 6 hr

Program Core Courses (1 hr)

CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice 1 hr

Articulated Credits (39 hr)

Students who have completed both a Florida Police & Corrections Academy will be awarded 39 Credits 39 hr

Program Electives (9 hr) Group A (6 hrs)

Students must select TWO of the following:

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology

CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law

CJL 1100 Criminal Law

CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 6 hr

Group B (3 hr)

Students must select ONE of the following: CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society CCJ 2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology CCJ 2648 Organized Crime

CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CCJ 2720 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods

CCJ 2934 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CCJ 2935 Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues

CCJ 2910 Directed Research CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship

CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies CJC 1000 Introduction to Corrections CJC 2162 Probation and Parole

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics

CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology CJE 1653 Crime Analysis and Intelligence

CJE 1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes CJE 2170 Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems

CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2300 Police Administration and Organization CJE 2400 Community Relations

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJE 2611 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court CJE 2614 Serial Killers

CJE 2664 Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis CJJ 2004 Juvenile Justice System

CJL 1000 Introduction to Law and Legal Issues CJL 1070 Legal Rights of Prisoners

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice

CJL 2202 Legal Research in Criminal Justice CJL 2400 Criminal Court Litigation

CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence

DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism DSC1003 Introduction to Homeland Security

DSC2033 Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics SCC1000 Introduction to Private Security

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

General Education (36 hr)

General Education requirements for the A.A. Degree can be found in the College Advising Guides. Criminal Justice Majors seeking an A.A. Degree should select General Education classes as required.

Program Electives (24 hr)

The Criminal Justice Undergraduate Program recommends that Criminal Justice Majors seeking an A.A. Degree select all their electives from the criminal justice classes.

We recommend that you choose 24 elective credits from these courses:

CCJ 1010 Intro to Criminology CCJ 1020 Intro to Criminal Justice CCJ 1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice CCJ 2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ 2111 Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice

CCJ 2358 Criminal Justice Communications and Reports CCJ 2600 Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society

CCJ 2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies CCJ 2618 Forensic Psychology

CCJ 2648 Organized Crime

CCJ 2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice CCJ 2685 Domestic and Sexual Violence

CCJ 2720 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods

CCJ 2910 Guided Independent Research CCJ 2934 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CCJ 2935 Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues

CCJ 2940 Criminal Justice Internship CCJ 2949 Criminal Justice Field Studies

CJC 1000 Introduction to Corrections

CJC 2162 Probation and Parole

CJE 1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement

CJE 1640 Introduction to Criminalistics CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology

CJE 1653 Crime Analysis and Intelligence CJE 1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes

CJE 2007 Introduction to Federal Law Enforcement and Investigations CJE 2170 Introduction to International Policing and Transnational Crime CJE 2233 Drug Abuse and Crime

CJE 2300 Police Administration and Organization CJE 2400 Community Relations

CJE 2600 Criminal Investigation

CJE 2603 Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court CJE 2614 Serial Killers

CJE 2664 Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency

CJJ-2004 Juvenile Justice System

CJL 1062 Constitutional Law CJL 1000 Introduction to Law and Legal Issues

CJL 1070 Legal Rights of Prisoners

CJL 1100 Criminal Law

CJL 1500 Introduction to the Court System

CJL 2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice CJL 2130 Criminal Evidence/Procedures

CJL 2202 Legal Research in Criminal Justice CJL 2400 Criminal Court Litigation

CJL 2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence

DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism DSC1003 Introduction to Homeland Security*

DSC2033 Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics * DSC2242 Transportation and Border Security*

DSC2570 Introduction to Cyber Terrorism*

DSC2590 Intelligence Analysis and Security Management* DSC2932 Seminar In Homeland Security And Terrorism* SCC1000 Introduction to Private Security*

SCC1001 Introduction to Private Investigations*

Note: We recommend that A.A. Degree Criminal Justice Majors should select their electives from the above list based on their Career Tracks.

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DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND

CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES

SPECIALIZATION COURSES

Students who successfully complete certain related classes may be eligible to receive a Certificate of Completion. These Certificates are awarded so the student can demonstrate knowledge in certain workforce fields. A Certificate of Completion is not a College Credit Certificate.

Students can take these classes individually or as a related group or as electives toward most of our Associates Degrees. Persons wishing to register for an individual course or group of related courses only may do so by seeking admission as Non-Degree seeking students. Students earning a Certificate of Completion should contact the Program Manager to receive their certificate.

FINGERPRINT TRAINING

Fingerprint Identification is a growing field within Criminal Justice brought about by the growth of technological investigative tools. Hillsborough Community College now offers courses in Fingerprinting. These courses are college credit classes which can also be used toward the 28 credit College Credit Certificate in Crime Scene Technology also offer by Hillsborough Community college.

The College’s Fingerprinting Training is designed to prepare graduates for work in fingerprint classification and identification and in crime scene. It is also designed for students who are pursuing a career in law enforcement and criminal investigation. These courses would be appropriate for anyone entering the fields of law enforcement, criminal investigation, crime scene or forensics. A student can receive a Certificate of Completion in Fingerprinting Training upon successful completion of the following two courses:

CJE 2671c – LATENT FINGERPRINT DEVELOPMENT CJE 2672c – FINGERPRINT CLASSIFICATION

PRIVATE SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIONS TRAINING

Security is an expanding field within Criminal Justice. The Security Training Courses are designed to prepare graduates for work in private security and investigations. Hillsborough Community College now offers college level courses in Private Security and Investigations. These courses are college credit classes which can also be used toward an A.S. or A.A.S. Degree in Criminal Justice. A student can receive a Certificate of Completion upon completion of the following:

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DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND

CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES

ON-LINE COURSES AND ON-LINE DEGREES

The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies offers our students an On-Line Program.

H.C.C. students may take On-Line courses instead of the regular traditional classroom courses. Current H.C.C. students simply register for these classes in the same manner as a regular traditional classroom course. These classes appear in Hawknet along with the regular classes.

HCC students can earn their A.A., A.S., and A.A.S degrees fully On-line.

On-Line courses we offer are presented entirely on-line with no classroom or orientation sessions so as to allow attendance by non-local students in addition to regular H.C.C. students.

Our On-Line courses offered every semester are: CCJ-1010 Introduction to Criminology

CCJ-1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice CCJ-1488 Ethics in Criminal Justice CCJ-2013 Introduction to Victimology

CCJ-2610 Introduction to Criminal Typologies

CCJ 2648 Organized Crime

CCJ-2671 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Crime

CCJ-2685 Domestic & Sexual Violence CJC-1000 Introduction to Corrections

CJE-1000 Introduction to Law Enforcement

CJE-1640 Introduction to Criminalistics

CJE-1653 Crime Analysis and Intelligence

CJE-1680 Introduction to Computer Crimes

CJE-2004 Careers Choices in Criminal Justice (1 Credit) CJE-2170 Intro to International Policing & Transnational Crime

CJE-2400 Police Community Relations

CJE-2600 Criminal Investigations

CJJ-1002 Juvenile Delinquency

CJL-1062 Constitutional Law

CJL-1100 Criminal Law

CJL-1500 Introduction to the Court System

CJL-2072 Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice

CJL-2130 Criminal Evidence and Procedure

CJL-2610 Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence DSC-1002 Introduction to Terrorism

DSC 1003 Introduction to Homeland Security

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