Criminal Justice Technology

Criminal Justice Technology

Students may choose from a day or fully online Associate Degree Program in Criminal Justice Technology.

The Criminal Justice Technology curriculum is designed to provide knowledge of the criminal justice system and operations that will prepare individuals for employment in a variety of law enforcement, corrections or security fields. Study will focus on local, state, and federal law enforcement; judicial processes; corrections; security services; and the criminal justice system’s role within society.

Job opportunities for successful graduates include, but are not limited to: detention officer, probation/parole officer, correctional officer, loss prevention specialist, fraud investigator, legal assistant and at-risk specialist.

The Criminal Justice Technology and Basic Law Enforcement Training programs share a new facility with multimedia classrooms and a physical training center. There is also an on-site firing range and obstacle course for firearms and physical training.

The Criminal Justice Club is a voluntary campus organization comprised of students, faculty and staff at MCC. The club works to provide students with opportunities to promote their profession in the community, to participate in fundraisers and outreach activities, and to learn about people and agencies that play a vital role in the Criminal Justice field.

 

Select any Option below to see a step-by-step guide to program completion, admissions, costs, financial aid, and more.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAM OPTIONS
PROGRAM OPTIONS REQUIRED HOURS GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT
Associate in Applied Science Degree 66-68 semester hours N/A
Criminal Justice Technology Diploma 43 semester hours N/A
Certificate in Corrections 17 semester hours Gainful Employment
Law Enforcement Certificate 16 semester hours Gainful Employment
 

FACULTY

Wyrick, Tracey
Wyrick, Tracey

Department Chair, Criminal Justice