The Associate Degree in Criminal Justice introduces the graduate to three facets of the Criminal Justice System (e.g., Police, Courts, and Corrections). This degree is broadly interdisciplinary in nature embracing the study of the humanities, law, and natural, behavioral, and social sciences. The curriculum seeks to balance theoretical inquiry with applied knowledge.
- See the Class Schedule to find out which classes are currently being offered. The abbreviation for Criminal Justice is “CJ”.
- See the Course Descriptions for a listing of all Criminal Justice classes that may be offered at NMSU-A in any given semester.