Criminal Justice:Institutional Corrections
- AAS - Career Program
- Department of Law/Criminal Justice
In just two years, you can be ready for a career in corrections administration
Within the field of criminal justice, there’s a growing need for corrections administration professionals. Monroe Community College’s criminal justice: corrections administration associate degree program is ready to prepare you to compete for the best jobs.
MCC’s criminal justice: corrections administration A.A.S. program was created under the guidance of a county-wide advisory board and maintains MCC’s high standard of education and training in the criminal justice field. In addition to learning current practices in corrections administration, you’ll receive a well-rounded liberal arts curriculum that fosters strong communication skills and understanding of criminology and human behavior. This associate degree program will provide a significant advantage when it comes to advancing to a supervisory position.
Get Real-World Criminal Justice Experience While Still a Student
The corrections administration option of the criminal justice program emphasizes correctional theory, law and procedure, as well as applied social and behavioral science. You’ll take such subjects as:
- Behavior modification
- Institution procedures
- Community-based corrections
- Legal aspects of corrections
In addition to coursework, you’ll apply what you learn through an internship, enabling you to get workplace experience under the supervision of professionals in the criminal justice field.
Upon graduation, you may start out at one of these jobs:
- Corrections officer
- First-line supervisor of correctional officers
You will have options to work at federal, state, and county correctional facilities and national security detention centers, in this region and beyond. All positions require that you meet standard physical and moral standards, while some positions require passing a civil service exam for employment.
To find out more about the criminal justice: corrections administration A.A.S. from Monroe Community College, contact the admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 292-2200.
Criminal Justice:Institutional Corrections
A.A.S. Degree - Career Program
School(s): Community Engagement & DevelopmentMCC Program Code: CJ02
The Institutional Corrections option of the Criminal Justice Program is designed to meet the needs of individuals interested in pursuing a career in corrections. It emphasizes correctional theory, law and procedure, as well as applied social and behavioral science. Graduates may qualify for employment at federal, state, and county correctional facilities as correctional officers or supervisors, provided they meet standard physical and moral standards. These positions may also require graduates to pass a qualifying civil service exam for employment. This program includes an internship component.
Readmitted students who have not attended for 3 years (6 semesters) will be readmitted under the current program requirements.
(Housed in the Law and Criminal Justice Department)
DEACTIVATED PROGRAM - NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW STUDENTS
Program Learning Outcomes
1) Describe the structure and functions of the law enforcement component of the criminal justice system.
2) Describe the structure and functions of the courts component of the criminal justice system.
3) Describe the structure and functions of the corrections component of the criminal justice system.
4) Explain post-conviction options in the corrections system.
5) Explain the impact of various correctional philosophies in the corrections system.
6) Explain the interactions of law enforcement courts corrections and the community in addressing crime in society.
7) Explain core principles of law and justice as they apply to the roles of citizen and criminal justice professional.
8) Apply the appropriate principles of law and justice to situations that are encountered in the criminal justice professions.
9) Identify appropriate responses to ethical issues encountered in the criminal justice professions.
10) Identify criminal justice career options and their required qualifications.
11) Develop career-related competencies through workplace experience.