Successful pursuit of this program requires students to possess collegiate skills in reading, communication, computation and critical thinking. Therefore, students are encouraged to complete math, writing and other general education courses at the beginning of the program.
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Criminal Justice Program Lead
541-880-2212
7390 South 6th Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
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Mission


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Career Opportunities
  • Pursue a career in Law Enforcement
  • Campus Security Officer
  • Victim Advocacy Counselor
  • Probation Officer
  • Corrections Officer
  • Evidence Technician
  • Legal Assistant
  • Crime Statistics Analyst
  • Insurance Investigation
  • And More!
 

Program Outcomes


  • Demonstrate a broad understanding of the US Criminal Justice System
  • Demonstrate the ability to write reports that are able to withstand legal scrutiny
  • Have a clear understanding of civil rights and liberties
  • Have a clear understanding of the career and lifestyle demands of criminal justice work
  • Demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively with other professionals
  • Develop skills necessary to facilitate interaction with diverse populations
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the professional workplace
  • Be able to recognize and intervene/defuse crisis situations
  • Be able to identify when individuals are suffering with mental illness or are under the influence of alcohol or drugs
 

Degree Options


Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Criminal Justice: Graduates will be academically qualified for positions requiring a two-year degree in fields such as law enforcement, corrections and related fields.

This degree may also prepare students for transfer to a four-year college or university for further study in Criminal Justice or a related field.

Criminal Justice one-year certificate: Students in pursuit of this 45-credit certification will receive core course studies with an emphasis in Criminal Justice.