Searching the Library
Use These Keywords to Search in the Library Catalog:
Look for These Call Numbers on the Library Shelves:
HV 6001-7220.5: Criminology
HV 7231- 9920.5: Administrarion of Criminal Justice
K 85- 89: Legal Research
K 100-103: Legal Education
K 201-487: Jurisprudence
K 300-304: Classification of Law
K 3400-3431: Administrative Law
K 3402-3417: The Administrative Process
K 5000- 5582: Criminal Law and Procedure
Guide originially created by Glenns Library Assistant: Natalie Browning, MLS.
Updated by Glenns Library Assistant Carrie Dos Santos, MIS.
Administration of Justice encompasses the career fields of law enforcement, corrections, and private security. The Associate of Applied Science degree is designed to meet both the academic and the technical needs of those employed in the field of Administration of Justice. This two-year program will provide knowledge and skills for the beginning employee as well as the more experienced employee desiring career advancement. After taking the required general education and major classes, students may select up to twelve credits of electives in law enforcement, corrections, and private security.
Law enforcement and correctional officers who have completed studies at formal training academies may receive advanced standing credit for training experiences that are equivalent to RCC’s administration of justice courses. Students must contact the academic advisor for evaluation of training experiences.
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ADJ 100: Survey of Criminal Justice
ADJ 227: Constitutional Law
ADJ 236: Principles of Criminal Investigation
See Course Catalog for full list of courses.
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