The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Crime Scene Investigation is designed to develop knowledge and skills required to investigate and reconstruct crime scenes using scientific evidence and logical analysis. The program provides instruction in criminal investigation procedures, collection and preservation of physical and biological evidence, death investigation techniques, crime scene reconstruction methodology and presentation of testimony in court.
The Two-Year Associate Degree
The two-year Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Administration of Justice Studies consists of sixty credits (about twenty courses). Of the twenty courses, fifteen are criminal justice courses and the remainder consist of basic college courses in English, math, critical reading, communications, and a lab science.
The Administration of Justice Studies Program prepares students for careers in the criminal justice system, enhances the skills of those already employed within it, offers non-criminal justice students interesting courses to incorporate into their degree programs, and provides others with individual courses to take for personal enrichment.