Administration of Justice

AS Degree in Administration of Justice (ADMJ)

The Associate of Science Degree in Administration of Justice is a four-semester course of study. Students are required to complete 60 units to include: General Education, Administration of Justice core courses and Electives. Classes are scheduled in the fall and spring semester during daytime and evening hours.  Many of these classes are also available in an online format to support working professionals or students who cannot come to the campus.

The courses required to complete the Associate of Science Degree in the Administration of Justice are:

ADMJ 120

Introduction to the Criminal Justice System

ADMJ 121

Introduction to Criminal Law

ADMJ 122

Introduction to Criminal Procedures

ADMJ 123

Introduction to Justice Communications

ADMJ 124

Introduction to Investigation

ADMJ 125

Introduction to Evidence

ADMJ 190

Administration of Justice Community Service Internship 1


All courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.

Associate of Science Degree in the Administration of Justice

 For more information, contact:

 Sean McCann (707) 256-4524
Program Coordinator