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Social & Behavioral Sciences

Criminal Justice

Whether you're interested in law enforcement, private security, probation/parole, correctional institutions, jails, defense law or prosecution law, you will receive a solid foundation by studying Criminal Justice.

Upon completion of an associate of science degree, you will have acquired a thorough understanding of the American criminal justice system's structure, organization, and function. With the A.S. you can take advantage of the Tennessee Transfer Path program that allows for transfer to any participating four-year institution to work toward a bachelor's degree. See your advisor for other transfer options in and out of state.

FSCJ1110 - Forensic Science I Criminal Evidence (3 Credit Hours)

Forensic ScienceThis course is designed to give an overview of evidentiary principles and rules of evidence, and their application in a courtroom setting. The proper treatment and disposition of evidence, and, the associated legal procedure will be covered.

FSCJ1120 Forensic Science II Crime Scene Investigation (3 Credit Hours)

 
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