To prepare students for employment in law enforcement or corrections and to meet the needs of persons employed in those fields who want to advance in their professions.
Law enforcement officer, correctional officer, juvenile justice officer, public or private security guard, or detective
60 credit hours
Admission requirements for TPP programs are the same as admission to the College: standard high school diploma or GED diploma. Most TPP program courses require students to be college-ready, which means the student must have appropriate placement scores, complete any needed developmental education or meet the requirements for a documented exemption.
Division of Technology and Professional Programs
(850) 201-8352 or email@example.com
Note: Articulation agreements for A.S. degrees in Criminal Justice Technology are in place with Barry University and Florida Gulf Coast University. For information, contact Frank Leonard, (850) 201-9609, firstname.lastname@example.org. (Students may earn only one A.S. degree in Criminal Justice Technology.)
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