The Law Enforcement certificate program prepares graduates for entry-level roles in law enforcement. Personal traits such as honesty, sound judgment, integrity, and a sense of responsibility are important in the law enforcement field. People who have a desire to help others, strong communication skills, high moral and ethical conduct, and respect for others are important in public service. Those working in law enforcement are subject to criminal background and credit history checks, lie detector tests, and drug screenings. Fitness tests and driving license/records may be needed for employment.
Complete 1 Course (Minimum Grade of C): ENG-101 or ENG-155
Complete CRJ-101 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete CRJ-110 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete CRJ-115 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete CRJ-218 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete CRJ-222 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete CRJ-224 (Minimum Grade C)
Complete SCI-150 or CRJ-202 (Minimum Grade C)
Admission to the Criminal Justice Technology and Human Services Certificate Program requires qualifying scores on the College’s placement test, or SAT or ACT, and a high school diploma or equivalent. (No minimum math score is required for the Certificate in Law Enforcement or Certificate in Human Services.) Depending on placement scores, students may be required to take additional coursework.
Sentence Skills >= 75
Arithmetic >= 90 Or *HSGPA = HS GPA >=3.0
Numerical 43 Algebra 31
480 Critical Reading
SAT/ACT scores must be no more than 5 years old at the time a student seeks admission to the program.
Grade of “C” or better in RDG 100, ENG 100 or higher and MAT 032 or higher