Oct 27, 2020
Associate in Science
CIP Code: 43.0102
The Criminal Justice: Corrections A.S. program prepares students for positions in any field of criminal justice, with an emphasis on corrections, including probation and parole. Courses are taught by faculty with real-world experience. The program features a blend of SUNY General Education and Liberal Arts requirements along with coursework specific to corrections. This program promotes critical thinking, professionalism, and ethical responsibility. The Criminal Justice: Corrections A.S. program prepares students for transfer to four-year colleges and universities to complete a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice or related programs.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Students will describe the components of the criminal justice system.
- Students will describe the duties, roles, and procedures within the field of corrections.
- Students will analyze the various options of the adjudication and corrections process.
- Students will demonstrate effective written communication skills.
Kerry Weber, Chairperson
Office: Business Building, Room 106
Telephone: +1 (607) 778-5008
Fall Semester (16 Credits)
Spring Semester (16 Credits)
- BIT Course (3 Credits)
- History Elective (3 Credits) (Choose any GEUS, GEOW, GEWC HIS course)
- General Education Natural Laboratory Science (4 Credits)
Fall Semester (15-16 Credits)
- General Education Math (3-4 Credits)
- Criminal Justice Elective (any CRJ, EMT, FRS, HLS not already required) (3 Credits)
Spring Semester (13.5-14.5 Credits)
- General Education Foreign Language, or General Education Arts (3-4 Credits)
- General Education Humanities Elective (3 Credits)
- Social Science Elective (3 Credits)
Total Credits Required to Graduate: 60.50-62.50