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Understand Criminal Justice.
An Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice from Central Christian College of Kansas will pave the way for your career in criminology and/or law enforcement.
- The Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice degree program consists of 20 courses
- Each course being six-weeks long.
- Foundational Courses: 18 Credit Hours
- Liberal Arts Courses: 24 Credit Hours
- Criminal Justice Core Track: 18 Credit Hours
- Total Program: 60 Credit Hours
Minimum 2.0 GPA
High School Diploma or GED
- Understand the historical development of criminal justice systems and the role of justice in America and the global community.
- Interpret influences and behaviors related to criminology and how they are affected by worldview and culture.
- Discover ethical frameworks that recognize the interplay of personal faith, natural law, and public policy.
- Learn law enforcement administration and techniques to prevent, detect, and regulate criminal behavior.
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