Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice

Description

The mission of the Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice program is to prepare students for an entry level position in the criminal justice field or for continuing education.

Humanities and Social Sciences

Features

– Student Favorite Courses: Cultural Anthropology, Religion and Psychology, Introduction to Counseling
– 100% Law School Placement
– Experiences: variety of day trips, weekend trips to New Orleans, 2 week trip to New Mexico
– Heifner Family Endowed Scholarship
– Careers: Lawyer, Social Services, Counseling, Religious Ministry, Politics, Business, Human Relations, Public Service, Journalism, Publishing

Description

Customize your degree to your interests and broaden your perspective on the world. You’ll receive all the benefits of a top liberal arts education while learning how to communicate effectively and solve problems using both creative and analytical thinking skills.

Testimonial

“Pueblos and Canyons was an unforgettable trip. I enjoyed the area so much that I now want to bring my friend and family out to Santa Fe in order to show them everything I’ve been talking about since I returned.” -David Gregory, Class of 2017

Interdisciplinary Studies

Features

– Student favorite courses: Philosophy, Forensics, Pueblos, Canyons & Arts of Northern New Mexico
– 100% Graduate School Placement
– Career Paths: Business & Arts, Commercial Artist Psychology & Anthropology, PreLaw Psychology & History, PreLaw
– Heifner Family Endowed Scholarship
– Experiences: Variety of day trips, weekend trips to New Orleans, 2 week trip to New Mexico
– Advising: Personal advising to design your degree

Description

Customize your degree to align with your academic interests and career goals. You’ll receive all the benefits of a top liberal arts education while gaining skills and knowledge in your areas of interest. This degree offers you the opportunity to develop a focus in any two subject areas of your choice.

Testimonial

“The connections I made between the content of the courses and the experiential learning opportunities shaped much of my undergraduate experience. I’m forever grateful for those learning opportunities.” -Jason Brewer, Class of 2002

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