Criminal Justice Technology (A.S.)

Policing, corrections, criminology, juvenile delinquency and victim services.

The Associate in Science in Criminal Justice Technology curriculum emphasizes the development of introductory knowledge of criminological theories, ethics, and the criminal justice system, along with communication and critical thinking skills. The program has an applied focus on corrections, courts, policing, juvenile justice and victim service professions.

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Program Code: 2239
Credential: Associate in Science
Program Length: 64 credit hours
Start Date: Any session in Fall, Spring and Summer terms.
Tuition and Fees: Approximately $6,584 for in-state residents. Please review current tuition and fee rates on the FSCJ website.
Additional Costs: Course materials and textbooks
Financial Aid Eligibility: Financial aid is available, if qualified.
Location: South Campus or online
Email: tameiko.grant@fscj.edu
Phone: (904) 646-2328
Alternative ways to earn credit: You may be eligible to receive credit towards this A.S. degree if you have earned a State approved industry certification, or completed a PSAV program. To find out more, contact the program manager listed above.