Certificate Type: C.C.
Major Code: CJTSP-CC
This program provides a career pathway for students pursuing an A.S. degree in Criminal Justice Technology. Students will acquire the skills and knowledge to further their education and careers in the law, public safety and security fields. The certificate is upward compatible with the A.S. degree, Criminal Justice Technology.
|CCJ1010||Introduction to Criminology|
This course consists of a survey of delinquent and criminal behavior patterns, including causation. Specific problems and selected case studies are examined.
|CCJ1020||Introduction to Criminal Justice|
This course consists of the history, examination and evaluation of the courts, the police and the correctional organizations of the criminal justice system in the United States today. Contemporary problems and possible solutions are also considered.
|CCJ2650||Drugs, Alcohol and Crime|
This course examines substance abuse in the United States with emphasis on social, historical and criminal implications.
|CJC2000||Introduction to Corrections|
This course is a study of corrections for students of criminal justice to enable them to understand the development and conduct of its complexity and scope historically, traditionally, operationally and legally.
|CJE1000||Introduction to Law Enforcement|
This course is designed to develop an understanding of the law enforcement profession. It examines the various approaches of modern law enforcement as well as a historical overview of law enforcement. It provides a description of policing and examines law enforcement as a balance of social, historical, political, legal, individual and organizational forces.
The fundamental principles, concepts and theory of investigation, interviews, interrogations, surveillance and sources of information, case preparations, problems in criminal investigation and investigative techniques of specific crimes are explored in this course.
This course provides an understanding about balancing the power of government and the freedoms and privacy of citizens to allow the government enough power to serve and protect its citizens without unnecessarily invading individual rights.
This course identifies and defines principles and doctrines of law with emphasis on Florida criminal and civil statutes that provide sanctions for inappropriate behavior within our society.