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Criminal Justice [2014, 3029]

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Criminal Justice Technology [2014]


Associate in Science Degree (60 Credit Hours)

The Criminal Justice A.S. degree program prepares the student for immediate employment in law enforcement, corrections and other public and private sector related fields. This program is offered through SCF with articulation available through Suncoast Technical College, formerly (SCTI) and Manatee Technical College, formerly (MTI).

Program of study includes:

  • police administration
  • criminology
  • criminal evidence and investigation
  • juvenile delinquency

Career options include:

  • social services worker
  • law enforcement management

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Criminal Justice Technology Specialist [3029]


Certificate (24 Credit Hours)

This program prepares students to work in law enforcement, corrections, private/industry security, and other criminal justice, legal or public service related fields. This certificate program is part of the Criminal Justice Technology AS degree program [2014]. The certificate consists of a sequence of courses that provides the foundational knowledge needed to continue on to an AS Degree in Criminal Justice [2014] and a BAS Degree in Public Safety and Emergency Management. [8008]

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Program Contact


Program Manager

Gregory Arnold

Phone:
941-752-5500

Email: ArnoldG@SCF.edu

Advising


Students planning to pursue an Associate of Science (A.S.) Degree or Certificate are strongly encouraged to meet with an academic advisor. Advisors can ensure proper course selection and program success.

Heather Mills
A.S. Advising

Phone
941-752-5562

Email
millsh@scf.edu

Tamika Taylor
A.S. Advising

Phone
941-752-5338

Email
taylort1@scf.edu

Career Pathways and Articulation


As a Sarasota or Manatee county school student, you may have taken career, technical or academy classes at your high school or technical college. Through a career pathways agreement between SCF and the local school districts, students can receive college credit for the work they’ve completed.

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