Criminal Justice – Associate Degree

About the Program

Prepare to serve and protect the public. Work as a law enforcement officer, corrections officer, youth services officer, probation and parole officer, and more at the local, state and federal government level or in the private sector.

Degrees Available

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Quick Facts

Earn Your B.A.
Articulation agreements make it easy to earn your bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice.

Program Coordinator

Billy Ethridge
Dean, Business, Education, Computer Technology and Public Service

Meet a Graduate

“I liked that the program was very hands-on. We'd set up a crime scene outside and work it, learn how to take fingerprints or identify shoe prints. You go straight into the history of criminal justice and get hands-on practice. It kept me wanting to come back and learn everything.”

— Dylan Lee, Criminal Justice Class of 2017 | Deputy at Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office