Prepare to enter the exciting and personally rewarding career of criminal justice with this degree program.
To be eligible for an associate degree, a student must earn a minimum of 16 credits at Trine.
Two associate degrees may be received at the same time provided all requirements for both degrees have been met and the student has earned a minimum of 16 credit hours more than the degree with the lower minimum hour requirement.
General Education - 26 hours
Communication - 9 hrs.
Humanities & Social Sciences - 7 hrs.
Mathematics - 3 hrs.
Science - 4 hrs.
Other - 3 hrs.
Content - 34 hours
Introduction to Government - 3 hrs.
Principles of Psychology - 3 hrs.
University Experience - 1 hr.
Introduction to Criminal Justice - 3 hrs.
Juvenile Justice - 3 hrs.
Probation, Parole & Community Corrections - 3 hrs.
Intro to Criminal Law & Justice - 3 hrs.
Criminal Procedures & Evidence - 3 hrs.
Police Administration - 3 hrs.
Criminalistics & Crime Scene Investigations I - 3 hrs.
Criminalistics & Crime Scene Investigations II - 3 hrs.
Forensic Psychology - 3 hrs.
Total: 60 hours.