Administration of Justice Associate of Arts Degree
To graduate with a specialization in Administration of Justice, students must complete all requirements for the certificate plus the general breadth requirements for the Associate Degree (minimum total = 60 units).
|ADJUS 101||Introduction to Administration of Justice||3|
|ADJUS 102||Principles and Procedures of the Justice System||3|
|ADJUS 103||Concepts of Criminal Law||3|
|ADJUS 104||Legal Aspects of Evidence||3|
|ADJUS 105||Community Relations||3|
|Two elective courses from the following: (6 units)|
|ADJUS 106||Principles of Investigation||3|
|ADJUS 107||Concepts of Enforcement Services||3|
|ADJUS 108||Juvenile Procedures||3|
|CORREC 101||Introduction to Corrections||3|
|CORREC 102||Correctional Interviewing and Counseling||3|
|CORREC 103||Gangs and Corrections||3|
|CORREC 104||Control and Supervision in Corrections||3|
|CORREC 105||Legal Aspects of Corrections||3|
|CORREC 106||Probation and Parole||3|
To earn an SBVC Associate Degree students must complete one of the following general education patterns:
Program Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Apply knowledge and skills required in securing and maintaining employment.
- Analyze the interrelations between the courts, law enforcement, and corrections.
- Demonstrate the sequence of events necessary in determining admissibility or suppression of evidence.
- Demonstrate analysis of basic legal definitions of criminal law.
- Develop a world view that values why law enforcement is necessary in diverse populations and societies.