Law Enforcement-Juvenile Justice: Certificate of Achievement

The Juvenile Justice Certificate provides students with a concentrated program of study of the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Systems and prepares students for work in a variety of jobs within the juvenile justice field, including juvenile probation. 

Program Learning Outcomes
  1. Analyze principles and applications of statutory and Constitutional law, particularly the requirements adhered to by law enforcement, courts, and corrections.  
  2. Produce written communications that meet the standards for transfer and a criminal justice system professional.
  3. Critically examine contemporary problems and issues within criminal justice.
  4. Examine bias and cultural competence in the criminal justice system. 
Certificate Requirements 
Required Core Courses
ADMJ-120Introduction to the Criminal Justice System3
ADMJ-121Introduction to Criminal Law3
ADMJ-122Introduction to Criminal Procedures3
ADMJ-123Introduction to Community Policing3
ADMJ-125Introduction to Evidence3
ADMJ-130Introduction to Juvenile Procedures3
Total Units18