Dearborn University Consortium Center
BS Degree in Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement Emphasis
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- Police Officer for a local, state or federal agency who is responsible for the safety of the community; investigates crimes and provides related services.
- Probation/Parole Officer, who manages caseloads of offenders; assures that requirements of probation are followed; and helps clients make the transition back to society.
- Corrections Officer, who works in secure correctional facilities; performs custodial services; acts as a residential unit manager; and assists prisoners in their transition back to society.
- Loss Control Officer, who provides many of the same services as a police officer only in the private sector; maintains perimeter security in industrial settings; manages loss control programs; and performs private investigative work.
|Courses taken at Henry Ford Community College|
|CRJ 131 Introduction to Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice||3|
|CRJ 132 Police Administration Staff & Line Operations||3|
|CRJ 134 Criminal Investigation||3|
|CRJ 136 Corrections I—Introduction to Corrections||3|
|CRJ 251 Criminal Law||4|
|CRJ 252 Criminal Procedure||4|
|CRJ 285 Topics in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement||3|
|CRJ 291 Criminal Justice Internship||3|
|PSY 131 Introductory Psychology||3|
|SPC 131 Fundamentals of Speaking or SPC 145 Interpersonal Communication||3|
|POLS 131 Introduction to American Government||3|
|POLS 135 American Legal Systems and Processes||3|
|PSY 251 Abnormal Psychology||3|
|SOC 251 Ethnic & Racial Diversity in Societies||3|
|Courses taken at Lake Superior State University|
|CJUS 321 Ethical Issues in Public Safety||3|
|CJUS 345 Statistics and Design for Public Safety||4|
|CJUS 401 Senior Seminar||3|
|CJUS 300/400 Electives||9|
|SOCY 214 Criminology||3|