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Associate of Science in Criminal Justice: Corrections

You have a passion for justice and law. This Criminal Justice: Corrections program combines technical coursework and career development to help you learn the skills needed to work in jails and prisons.

The Criminal Justice: Corrections program includes instruction in criminal law, evidence collection and preservation, report writing, institutional corrections, physical agility training, defensive tactics, and weaponless defense. While gaining the technical skills required for success in today’s criminal justice careers, graduates will be knowledgeable about industry standards for effective written and oral communication.

Carrington College uses technologies and equipment to support the learning process such as fingerprint-dusting kits, crime scene kits, gunshot residue kits, luminol forensic kit, gym mats, agility cones, climbing walls, drag dummies, tactical training equipment such as baton training equipment and training spray and other physical fitness equipment.

Students in Carrington College’s degree programs also complete a broad base of general education including

  • English writing and composition
  • Mathematics
  • Social sciences
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