Degrees and Programs

  • Criminal Justice - Corrections

    Associate in Applied Arts and Science Degree

    Criminal Justice - Corrections

    What you'll learn

    Students in the Criminal Justice - Corrections program may take classes in corrections, criminal justice, psychology and sociology. Students who complete the degree also are eligible for jobs and promotions within the Michigan Department of Corrections and other fields.

    Students who transfer on to earn a bachelor's degree in criminal justice can work as a probation officer, parole officer, correctional caseworker or social worker.

    Jobs you can get

    Associate degree graduates can pursue careers as correctional officers in:

    • Corrections facilities
    • County jails
    • Federal correctional facilities
    • Juvenile corrections facilities
    • State correctional system

    Classes you'll take

    Here are some of the classes you'll take for this degree:

    • Client Relations in Corrections
    • Correctional Institutions
    • Introduction to Criminal Justice
    • Probation and Parole
    • Social Problems

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