AA in Criminal Justice
College of Southern Idaho
Time to Degree
About the Program
The College of Southern Idaho Criminal Justice Program is designed to prepare students to enter the growing field of criminal justice. Students will develop an understanding of criminal psychology, the components justice system, investigative procedures and the community served by the justice system. Completion of the program is designed to result in an Associate of Arts degree and meets the general education requirements at all Idaho public universities.
CSI Contact: Chris Meyerhoeffer [email protected] 208.732.6873
Program of Study
FALL SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEAR take the following courses, take 3-15 credits3 - 15 creditsFALL SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEARENGL101 - Writing and Rhetoric I3 creditsHUMAGE - Any Gen. Ed. Humanities Course3 creditsMATHGE - Any Gen Ed Math Course3 creditsCRIJ101 - Introduction to Criminal Justice3 creditsGNED101 - Introduction to General Education3 credits
SPRING SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEAR take the following courses, take 3-16 credits3 - 16 creditsHumanities courses must be from 2 different disciplines.ENGL102 - Writing and Rhetoric II3 creditsHUMAGE2 - Any 2nd Gen Ed Humanities Course3 creditsSCIGGE - Any Gen. Ed. Science Course4 creditsCRIJ103 - Introduction to Law & Justice3 creditsSOCY101 - Introduction to Sociology3 credits
FALL SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEAR take the following courses, take 3-14 credits3 - 14 creditsFALL SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEARCRIJ102 - Introduction to Police3 creditsCRIJ275 - Criminal Evidence Law3 creditsPOLS101 - American National Government3 creditsCOMM101 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication3 creditsWELL100 - Wellness Sandbox3 credits
SPRING SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEAR take the following courses, take 3-15 credits3 - 15 creditsSPRING SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEARCRIJ104 - Introduction to Corrections3 creditsCRIJ276 - Law of Arrest Search & Seizure3 creditsSCIGGE2 - Any 2nd Gen. Ed. Science Course4 creditsPSYC101 - Introduction to Psychology3 creditsELECANY - Electives: Bring Total to 64 Credit0 credits
Grand Total Credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.