Criminal Justice

The Criminal Justice Associate in Science degree program focuses on individuals who may elect to enter the criminal justice profession, professionals already employed in the field that wish to advance their careers, and students that want to continue their education at the baccalaureate level.

The program provides an interdisciplinary field of study that examines all facets of the criminal justice system, from law enforcement with an emphasis on community policing, to the courts and correctional theories. Career choices may include the fields of law enforcement, court support services, probation, corrections, parole, victim and other human related services.

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Arthur Kureczka
Program Coordinator
Criminal Justice
Room 1109
(860) 906-5178

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