Launch a Rewarding Career Serving Others as a Skilled & Respected Criminal Justice Professional
In the Associate of Science in Criminal Justice program, students will learn both the theory and skill applications in the Criminal Justice field. Successful graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in a variety of rewarding careers, including:
Students will learn how to interpret crime statistics, write criminal justice reports, interpret criminal evidence, and work in the criminal justice system. Graduates of this program may enter the professional Criminal Justice setting in as little as 18 months.
Notice to students and prospective students: The Criminal Justice program at the Florida Technical College campus located in Deland, FL has been placed on student achievement show-cause by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its placement rate standard of 60%.
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High Demand for Confident Criminal Justice Professionals
The demand for qualified graduates to fill entry level positions in security, law enforcement and corrections will continue to grow. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupation Outlook Handbook, applicants with specific training will continue to have the best opportunities. A more security-conscious society and concern about crime and safety will contribute to the demand for criminal justice services. Now is an exciting time for justice and security conscious individuals to break into this rewarding field.
A Career in Security and Justice
FTC’s Criminal Justice program will introduce students in a variety of fascinating criminal justice and security topics, including:
- Gun control
- Identity Theft
- Victims Rights
- Definitions of Criminal Law
- Corporate Crime
- Criminal Procedures
- Report Writing
Students will study procedures for Crime Scene Investigation, Aviation Security, Forensic Science and Criminology, including terrorism and cyber-terrorism.
Students will learn valuable skills in criminal court systems, such as court procedures in prosecuting, defending and preparing a criminal case from arrest through pleadings, motion practice and discovery to sentencing, appeal and expungement.
Florida Technical College’s Criminal Justice program is relevant to today’s careers in law enforcement and security.
Graduates of the Criminal Justice program will be able to seek entry-level employment in law enforcement and security occupations, such as:
- Law Enforcement
- Police Office Training
- Patrol Officer
- Juvenile Justice Counseling
- Aviation Security
FTC has a dedicated Career Placement Assistance team that will help with post-graduate job placement. Career Services is dedicated to helping you make a smooth transition from student to working Criminal Justice professional.
Find Out More
Explore if becoming a skilled Criminal Justice Professional is right for you. Fill out the form on the left side of the page to receive career and program info or call the campus nearest you to speak with a knowledgeable Florida Technical College Admissions Representative.
- Central Florida: (844) 402-3337
- South Florida: (844) 332-3409
Not all programs are available at all locations.