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1 PROGRAM INFORMATION BRIEF Criminal Justice AA or AAS For all campus information, call or , extension Call this number to speak with an advisor about the program. The Criminal Justice program prepares students for a career in such areas as law enforcement, corrections, security and juvenile justice. The program allows students to choose either an AA or AAS degree. All students must complete the basic Criminal Justice requirements, then select other Criminal Justice classes in areas of primary interest. NOTE: Students who have a criminal background history may make it through the program, but it is NOT likely that they will find employment in the Criminal Justice field, and students with a criminal history may NOT be eligible for an internship, which is required for the AAS degree. For more information about the Criminal Justice program, please visit our website at https://go.dmacc.edu/programs/criminaljustice Location: Ankeny Selected courses in this program are offered at other campuses. Students start any term. Go to to apply for admission. Program Entry Requirements 1. Complete an application for admission. 2. Satisfy the assessment requirement. 3. Attend any required information/registration session. Graduation Requirements To earn a Criminal Justice AA or AAS degree, a student must complete the standard core requirements for the degree, plus the Criminal Justice required courses and options and maintain a 2.0 grade point average. Ankeny Campus 2006 S. Ankeny Blvd. Ankeny, IA Boone Campus 1125 Hancock Drive Boone, IA Carroll Campus 906 N. Grant Road Carroll, IA Newton Campus 600 N. 2nd Avenue W. Newton, IA Urban Campus th Street Des Moines, IA West Campus 5959 Grand Avenue W. Des Moines, IA

2 AA DEGREE LAW ENFORCEMENT CONCENTRATION CRJ 109 Theories of Interviewing 3 SDV 108 The College Experience 1 CRJ 237 Criminal & Constitutional Law 3 Any CRJ Option 1 Course (See list below) 3 Term 3 CRJ 111 Police and Society 3 Any CRJ Option 1 Course (See list below) 2 SOC 200* Minority Group Relations 3 Any CRJ Option 1 Course (See list below) 1 * SOC 200 is a required course for this program that may be used to fulfill 3 credits of Social & Behavioral Sciences AA Core. If the student completes SOC 200 with a grade of C or higher, the course will meet the Diversity Requirement. See the AA/AS section of the DMACC catalog or the AS Degree PIB (Program Information Brief) for more information. **Each Social & Behavioral Sciences course must be from a distinct discipline [different acronym].

3 Option Courses Select 6 Credits from Option 1 Students are strongly encouraged to talk to a full-time Criminal Justice instructor about which option courses to take. Other CRJ courses may be eligible for use as option courses with department chair approval. Please consult chair prior to registering for those courses. CRJ 107 Survey/Crim Justice Agencies Opt 1 3 CRJ 128 Victimology Opt 1 3 CRJ 141 Criminal Investigation Opt 1 3 CRJ 178 E-Crime Investigative Methods Opt 1 3 CRJ 179 White Collar Crime Opt 1 1 CRJ 196 Crime Scene Investigation I Opt 1 2 CRJ 197 Crime Scene Investigation II Opt 1 2 CRJ 239 Special-Need Offenders Opt 1 3 CRJ 248 Scientific Investigation Opt 1 3 CRJ 264 Effective Courtroom Testimony Opt 1 1 CRJ 292 Police Phys Fitness & Conditioning Opt 1 1 CRJ 293 Crim Justice Report Writing Opt 1 1 CRJ 296 Latent Friction Ridge Evidence Opt 1 1 CRJ 297 Death & Injury Investigations Opt 1 1 CRJ 298 Impressions & Bloodstains Opt 1 1 CRJ 301 Intro to Homeland Security Opt 1 3 CRJ 330 Forensic Photography I Opt 1 1 Total minimum credits required to complete the AA degree Law Enforcement Concentration 64

4 AAS DEGREE LAW ENFORCEMENT CONCENTRATION CRJ 109 Theories of Interviewing 3 Any AAS Core Social & Behavioral Science/Humanities Course 3 Any AAS Core Math/Science Course 3 CRJ 237 Criminal & Constitutional Law 3 CRJ 141 Criminal Investigation 3 Any AAS Core Communication Course 3 Term 3 CRJ 111 Police and Society 3 CRJ 248 Scientific Investigation 3 SOC 200 Minority Group Relations 3 Any AAS Core Social & Behavioral Science/Humanities Course 3 Any 3 credits from AAS General Degree Requirement Courses 3 CRJ 932 Internship 3 Any 7 credits from CRJ Option 1 Courses listed below (one must be a 1 credit course) 7 Option Courses Select 13 Credits from Option 1 Students are strongly encouraged to talk to a full-time Criminal Justice instructor about which option courses and general education courses to take. Other CRJ courses may be eligible for use as option courses with department chair approval. Please consult chair prior to registering for those courses. CRJ 107 Survey/Crim Justice Agencies Opt 1 3 CRJ 128 Victimology Opt 1 3 CRJ 178 E-Crime Investigative Methods Opt 1 3 CRJ 179 White Collar Crime Opt 1 1 CRJ 196 Crime Scene Investigation I Opt 1 2 CRJ 197 Crime Scene Investigation II Opt 1 2 CRJ 239 Special-Need Offenders Opt 1 3 CRJ 264 Effective Courtroom Testimony Opt 1 1 CRJ 292 Police Phys. Fitness & Condition Opt 1 1 CRJ 293 Crim. Justice Report Writing Opt 1 1 CRJ 296 Latent Friction Ridge Evidence Opt 1 1 CRJ 297 Death & Injury Investigations Opt 1 1 CRJ 298 Impressions & Bloodstains Opt 1 1 CRJ 301 Intro to Homeland Security Opt 1 3 CRJ 330 Forensic Photography I Opt 1 1 Total minimum credits required to complete the AAS degree Law Enforcement Concentration 64

5 AA DEGREE CORRECTIONS CONCENTRATION CRJ 109 Theories of Interviewing 3 SDV 108 The College Experience 1 CRJ 238 Corrections & Constitutional Law 3 CRJ 229 Penology 3 Term 3 CRJ 222 Correctional Treatment Methods 3 Any CRJ Option 1 Course (See list below) 2 Any AA./AS Core Humanities Course 3 SOC 200* Minority Group Relations 3 Any CRJ Option 1 Course (See list below) 1 Any AA./AS Core Humanities Course 3 * SOC 200 is a required course for this program that may be used to fulfill 3 credits of Social & Behavioral Sciences AA Core. If the student completes SOC 200 with a grade of C or higher, the course will meet the Diversity Requirement. See the AA/AS section of the DMACC catalog or the AS Degree PIB (Program Information Brief) for more information. **Each Social & Behavioral Sciences course must be from a distinct discipline [different acronym].

6 Option Courses Select 3 Credits from Option 1 Students are strongly encouraged to talk to a full-time Criminal Justice instructor about which option courses to take. Other CRJ courses may be eligible for use as option courses with department chair approval. Please consult chair prior to registering for those courses. CRJ 107 Survey/Crim Justice Agencies Opt 1 3 CRJ 128 Victimology Opt 1 3 CRJ 137 Juvenile Law Opt 1 3 CRJ 178 E-Crime Investigative Methods Opt 1 3 CRJ 179 White Collar Crime Opt 1 1 CRJ 196 Crime Scene Investigation I Opt 1 2 CRJ 197 Crime Scene Investigation II Opt 1 2 CRJ 239 Special-Need Offenders Opt 1 3 CRJ 264 Effective Courtroom Testimony Opt 1 1 CRJ 292 Police Phys Fitness & Conditioning Opt 1 1 CRJ 293 Crim Justice Report Writing Opt 1 1 CRJ 330 Forensic Photography I Opt 1 1 SOC 240 Criminology Opt 1 3 Total minimum credits required to complete the AA degree Corrections Concentration 64

7 AAS DEGREE CORRECTIONS CONCENTRATION CRJ 109 Theories of Interviewing 3 Any AAS Core Social & Behavioral Science/Humanities Course 3 Any AAS Core Math/Science Course 3 CRJ 238 Corrections and Constitutional Law 3 CRJ 229 Penology 3 Any AAS Core Communication Course 3 Term 3 CRJ 222 Correctional Treatment Methods 3 SOC 200 Minority Group Relations 3 CRJ 932 Internship 3 Any 7 credits from CRJ Option 1 Courses listed below (one must be a 1 credit course) 7 Option Courses Select 16 Credits from Option 1 Students are strongly encouraged to talk to a full-time Criminal Justice instructor about which option courses and general education courses to take. Other CRJ courses may be eligible for use as option courses with department chair approval. Please consult chair prior to registering for those courses. CRJ 107 Survey/Crim Justice Agencies Opt 1 3 CRJ 128 Victimology Opt 1 3 CRJ 137 Juvenile Law Opt 1 3 CRJ 178 E-Crime Investigative Methods Opt 1 3 CRJ 179 White Collar Crime Opt 1 1 CRJ 196 Crime Scene Investigation I Opt 1 2 CRJ 197 Crime Scene Investigation II Opt 1 2 CRJ 239 Special-Need Offenders Opt 1 3 CRJ 264 Effective Courtroom Testimony Opt 1 1 CRJ 292 Police Phys. Fitness & Condition. Opt 1 1 CRJ 293 Crim. Justice Report Writing Opt 1 1 CRJ 330 Forensic Photography I Opt 1 1 SOC 240 Criminology Opt 1 3 Total minimum credits required to complete the AAS degree Corrections Concentration 64

8 AA DEGREE ELECTRONIC CRIME CONCENTRATION NET 123 Computer Hardware Basics 4 SDV 108 The College Experience 1 CRJ 178 E-Crime Investigative Methods 3 CRJ 167 Operating Sys. for Forensics 3 Term 3 CRJ 176 Computer Forensics I 3 Any AA./AS Core Humanities Course 3 Any CRJ Option 1 Course (See list below) 2 Any AA/AS 2 Core Distributed Courses 6 Any AA./AS Core Humanities Course 3 **Each Social & Behavioral Sciences course must be from a distinct discipline [different acronym].

9 Option Courses Select 2 Credits from Option 1 Students are strongly encouraged to talk to a full-time Criminal Justice instructor about which option courses to take. Other CRJ courses may be eligible for use as option courses with department chair approval. Please consult chair prior to registering for those courses. ACC 111 Intro to Accounting Opt 1 3 ACC 131 Principles of Accounting I Opt 1 4 CRJ 107 Survey/Crim Justice Agencies Opt 1 3 CRJ 109 Theories of Interviewing Opt 1 3 CRJ 128 Victimology Opt 1 3 CRJ 141 Criminal Investigation Opt 1 3 CRJ 179 White Collar Crime Opt 1 1 CRJ 196 Crime Scene Investigation I Opt 1 2 CRJ 197 Crime Scene Investigation II Opt 1 2 CRJ 237 Criminal & Constitutional Law Opt 1 3 CRJ 248 Scientific Investigation Opt 1 3 CRJ 264 Effective Courtroom Testimony Opt 1 1 CRJ 267 E-Discovery I - Overview Opt 1 1 CRJ 268 E-Discovery II - Data Collect Opt 1 1 CRJ 269 E-Discovery III - Data Process Opt 1 1 CRJ 276 Computer Forensics II Opt 1 3 CRJ 277 Adv Digital Forensic Methods Opt 1 4 CRJ 278 Apple/Macintosh Forensics Opt 1 1 CRJ 279 Malware Forensics I Opt 1 1 CRJ 292 Police Phys Fitness & Conditioning Opt 1 1 CRJ 293 Crim Justice Report Writing Opt 1 1 CRJ 330 Forensic Photography I Opt 1 1 SOC 200 Minority Group Relations Opt 1 3 Note: To complete this program with an Electronic Crime Emphasis, you must meet the Diversity Requirement with a grade of C or higher. See the AA/AS section of the DMACC catalog or the AS Degree PIB (Program Information Brief) for more information about which courses can count toward this requirement. Total minimum credits required to complete the AA degree Electronic Crime Concentration 64

10 AAS DEGREE ELECTRONIC CRIME CONCENTRATION CRJ 109 Theories of Interviewing 3 CRJ 167 Operating Sys. for Forensics 3 NET 123 Computer Hardware Basics 4 Any AAS Core Social & Behavioral Science/Humanities Course 3 CRJ 178 E-Crime Investigative Methods 3 CRJ 176 Computer Forensics I 3 Any AAS Core Math/Science Course 3 Any AAS Core Communication Course 3 Any 3 credits from AAS General Degree Requirement Courses 3 Term 3 Select 1 Course from Option 1 and 1 Course from Option 2 CRJ 276 Computer Forensics II 3 SOC 200 Minority Group Relations 3 NET 213 CISCO Networking Opt 1 4 NET 484 NETPLUS Certification Opt 1 4 MAT 157 Statistics Opt 2 4 MAT 162 Prin. of Business Statistics Opt 2 4 Any 3 credits from AAS General Degree Requirement Courses 3 CRJ 277 Adv. Digital Forensic Methods 4 CRJ 932 Internship 3 Any 6 credits from CRJ Option 1 Courses (See list below) 6 Any 3 credits from AAS General Degree Requirement Courses 3

11 Option 3 Courses Select 6 Credits from Option 1 Students are strongly encouraged to talk to a full-time Criminal Justice instructor about which option courses and general education courses to take. Other CRJ courses may be eligible for use as option courses with department chair approval. Please consult chair prior to registering for those courses. ACC 111 Intro to Accounting Opt 1 3 ACC 131 Principles of Accounting I Opt 1 4 CRJ 107 Survey Crim. Justice Agencies Opt 1 3 CRJ 128 Victimology Opt 1 3 CRJ 141 Criminal Investigation Opt 1 3 CRJ 179 White Collar Crime Opt 1 1 CRJ 196 Crime Scene Investigation I Opt 1 2 CRJ 197 Crime Scene Investigation II Opt 1 2 CRJ 237 Criminal & Constitutional Law Opt 1 3 CRJ 239 Special-Need Offenders Opt 1 3 CRJ 248 Scientific Investigation Opt 1 3 CRJ 264 Effective Courtroom Testimony Opt 1 1 CRJ 267 E-Discovery I - Overview Opt 1 1 CRJ 268 E-Discovery II - Data Collect Opt 1 1 CRJ 269 E-Discovery III - Data Process Opt 1 1 CRJ 278 Apple/Macintosh Forensics Opt 1 1 CRJ 279 Malware Forensics Opt 1 1 CRJ 292 Police Phys. Fitness & Condition Opt 1 1 CRJ 293 Crim. Justice Report Writing Opt 1 1 CRJ 330 Forensic Photography I Opt 1 1 Total minimum credits required to complete the AAS degree Electronic Crime Concentration 64

12 AA DEGREE HOMELAND SECURITY CONCENTRATION CRJ 109 Theories of Interviewing 3 SDV 108 The College Experience 1 CRJ 237 Criminal & Constitutional Law 3 CRJ 301 Intro to Homeland Security 3 Term 3 CRJ 303 Intel Analysis & Sec Mgmt 3 CRJ 302 Transportation & Border Sec 3 **Each Social & Behavioral Sciences course must be from a distinct discipline [different acronym]. Note: To complete this program with a Homeland Security Emphasis, you must meet the Diversity Requirement with a grade of C or higher. See the AA/AS section of the DMACC catalog or the AA Degree PIB (Program Information Brief) for more information about which courses can count toward this requirement. Total minimum credits required to complete the AA degree Homeland Security Concentration 64

13 AAS DEGREE HOMELAND SECURITY CONCENTRATION CRJ 109 Theories of Interviewing 3 Any AAS Core Social & Behavioral Science/Humanities Course 3 Any AAS Core Math/Science Course 3 CRJ 237 Criminal & Constitutional Law 3 CRJ 301 Intro to Homeland Security 3 Any AAS Core Communication Course 3 Term 3 CRJ 303 Intel Analysis & Sec Mgmt 3 SOC 200 Minority Group Relations 3 CRJ 302 Transportation & Border Sec 3 Any 7 credits from CRJ Option 1 Courses listed below (one must be a 1 credit course) 7 Option Courses Select 16 Credits from Option 1 Students are strongly encouraged to talk to a full-time Criminal Justice instructor about which option courses and general education courses to take. Other CRJ courses may be eligible for use as option courses with department chair approval. Please consult chair prior to registering for those courses. CRJ 107 Survey/Crim Justice Agencies Opt 1 3 CRJ 111 Police and Society Opt 1 3 CRJ 128 Victimology Opt 1 3 CRJ 141 Criminal Investigation Opt 1 3 CRJ 178 E-Crime Investigative Methods Opt 1 3 CRJ 179 White Collar Crime Opt 1 1 CRJ 196 Crime Scene Investigation I Opt 1 2 CRJ 197 Crime Scene Investigation II Opt 1 2 CRJ 239 Special-Need Offenders Opt 1 3 CRJ 264 Effective Courtroom Testimony Opt 1 1 CRJ 292 Police Phys. Fitness & Condition. Opt 1 1 CRJ 293 Crim. Justice Report Writing Opt 1 1 CRJ 330 Forensic Photography I Opt 1 1 POL 129 Politics of Terrorism Opt 1 3 Total minimum credits required to complete the AAS degree Homeland Security Concentration 64

14 Fixed Costs Tuition... $ per credit The costs for each program are estimates and subject to change. Varied Costs Term 3 Books (approximate) Approximate total for the program: $9,901 What Kind of Work Will You Do? Assist people in trouble. Patrol businesses, residential and rural areas. Collect evidence at a crime or accident scene. Testify in court. Be involved in community relations activities. Supervise problem youth. Assist judges and attorneys. Set up Loss Prevention programs. What Skills and Abilities Will You Need? Ability to get along with people. Possess maturity and emotional stability. Be in good physical health including sight and hearing. Self discipline to work with situations that may contradict your personal values. Ability to deal with emergencies. Function well under stress. Ability to function effectively in a political environment. What Else Should I Consider about this Program or Career Choice? Students who have a criminal background history may make it through the program, but it is NOT likely that they will find employment in the Criminal Justice field, and students with a criminal history may NOT be eligible for an internship, which is required. This is a highly rewarding field with a great number of careers, including federal marshal, detective, juvenile court officer, security manager, lab technician, parole officer, game warden, state patrol, prison guard, police sergeant. Some courses may be offered online. Average starting salary: AA degree $39,980, AS degree $37,645 ( Placement Report). Criminal Justice ( ) Nondiscrimination Policy: Des Moines Area Community College shall not engage in or allow discrimination covered by law. This includes harassment based on race, color, national origin, creed, religion, sex (including pregnancy and marital status), sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability and genetic information. Veteran status in educational programs, activities, employment practices, or admission procedures is also included to the extent covered by law. Individuals who believe they have been discriminated against may file a complaint through the College Discrimination Complaint Procedure (ES4645). Complaint forms may be obtained from the Campus Provost s office, the Academic Dean s office, the Judicial Officer, or the EEO/AA Officer, Human Resources. For requests for accommodations, the Accommodation/Section 504/ADA Coordinator can be contacted at For Title IX questions and concerns, contact For all campus information, call or , extension 6200.

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