CRIMINAL JUSTICE: POLICE
School(s): Community Engagement & DevelopmentMCC Program Code: CJ03
CIP Code: 43.0107
NYSED Code (DCC): 01253
New, Transfer, or Re-admit students should contact Admissions at (585) 292-2200 or email@example.com.
The Police option of the Criminal Justice program is designed to meet the needs of state, county and municipal law enforcement agencies, as well as those of selected federal departments. It emphasizes the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed to be an effective professional law enforcement agent in a democratic society.
The program provides the opportunity for preparation in the law process and science of criminal justice. This program includes an internship component.
Graduates who meet certain physical and moral standards may qualify for positions at the federal, state, county, and municipal level. Graduates may also be required to pass a qualifying civil service exam for employment.
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)
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 the interactions of law enforcement courts corrections and the community in addressing crime in society.
5) Explain core principles of law and justice as they apply to the roles of citizen and criminal justice professional.
6) Apply the appropriate principles of law and justice to situations that are encountered in the criminal justice professions.
7) Identify appropriate responses to ethical issues encountered in the criminal justice professions.
8) Discuss principles related to the acquisition preservation and presentation of evidence in a criminal case.
9) Identify criminal justice career options and their required qualifications.
10) Develop career-related competencies through workplace experience.
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|ENG 101 College Composition OR |
ENG 200 Advanced Composition
|CRJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice|
|CRJ 103 Constitutional Law and Rights of People|
|GEG 130 Digital Earth|
|HSM 103 Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Terrorism and Homeland Security OR |
POS 102 American National Government
First Semester Total:
|CRJ 104 Criminal Law|
|CRJ 201 Criminal Investigations OR |
CRJ 209 Crime Scene Management
|CRJ 204 Juvenile Justice|
| PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychological Science* OR|
PSY 100 - Psychology of Interpersonal Relationships
|PHL 250 Professional Ethics|
|PEJ 101 - Physical Fitness I - Criminal Justice|
Second Semester Total:
| ENG 109 Crime Fiction OR|
SPC 141 Interpersonal Speech Communication OR
SPC 144 Communication and Crisis
|MTH 130 Modern Business Mathematics OR higher**|
|CRJ 207 Criminal Evidence|
|SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology|
Third Semester Total:
|CRJ 121 Criminal Justice Education Internship I|
|CRJ 211 Community Values and the Administration of Justice|
|SOC 203 Criminology|
Fourth Semester Total:
** MTH 160 highly recommended if student intends to transfer to a four-year college.(note prerequisites); selected MTH course must satisfy MCC-QL.
# Choose from: CRJ 102, 170, 201, 203, 209; LAW 101.
NOTE TO STUDENTS:
- Students with a TRS 105 or TRS 200 placement must register for the specific, designate CRJ Learning Community courses/sections: CRJ 101, CRJ 103, TRS 200.
- Students with an ENG 101/TRS 099 placement must register for the specific, designate CRJ Learning Community courses/sections: CRJ 101, CRJ 103, ENG 101/TRS 099.
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