Criminal Justice graduates work in a municipal, county, state, or federal law enforcement agency or correction system. Other positions requiring law enforcement training are available at all levels in government and in private industry. Students may work toward the Associate of Applied Science degree or the Juvenile Corrections Certificate. Students are accepted each term after meeting certain requirements.

CJA 100
Professions in Crim. Justice
CJA 101
Cultural Diversity in CJ Prof
CJA 111
Intro Crim Just Sys - Police
CJA 112
Intro Crim Just Sys - Courts
CJA 113
Intro to CJS- Corrections
CJA 114
Intro. to Juvenile Process
CJA 115
Intro to Jail Operations
CJA 117
Intro to Homeland Security
CJA 210
Arrest, Search & Seizure
CJA 211
Civil Liability & Ethics in CJ
CJA 212
Criminal Law
CJA 213
Evidence
CJA 225
Crim Justice & US Constitution
CJA 230
Police Report Writing
CJA 233
Aspects of Homicide
CJA 243
Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs
CJA 244
Tact. Comm. Crisis Incidents
CJA 246
Fish and Wildlife Enforcement
CJA 247
Intro to Criminal Gangs
CJA 254
Leading Police Resilience
CJA 260
Intro Correctional Institution
CJA 262
Intro. Correctional Treatment
CJA 280A
CE: Criminal Justice

Cooperative Education

To register please contact Tanya Maldonado (971-722-5290 or tmaldona@pcc.edu). Students must complete all paperwork with Tanya by the second Friday of the term.

CJA 280A
CE: Criminal Justice