The Certificate of Achievement in the Administration of Justice requires 21 units of concentrated study in the Administration of Justice. General Education is not required. This certificate is an ideal option for students pursuing a degree other than in Administration of Justice, but who intended on working in the criminal justice field.
The program level outcomes for this certificate include:
Outcome 1: Communicate effectively verbally and in writing using vocabulary, grammar, and technical skills appropriate for an Administration of Justice professional.
Outcome 2: Demonstrate knowledge of criminal law and criminal procedure appropriate for an Administration of Justice major.
Outcome 3: Demonstrate an understanding of the work ethic expectations of Administration of Justice professional.
ADMJ-120 Intrduction to the Criminal Justice System - 3 units
ADMJ-121 Introduction to Criminal Law - 3 units
ADMJ-122 Introduction to Criminal Procedures - 3 units
ADMJ-123 Introduction to Community Policing - 3 units
ADMJ-124 Introduction to Investigation - 3 units
ADMJ-125 Introduction to Evidence - 3 units
ADMJ-190 Administration of Justice Internship - 3 units
TOTAL: 21 units
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The apply for a Certificate Of Achievement In Administration Of Justice, download the application form using the link below. Attach a copy of your transcript showing successful completion of all required courses. Submit the completed application and transcript to the Administration of Justice Program Coordinator.
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