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Middle Georgia State College’s mission is to serve the needs of a diverse student population by providing an education through programs that are designed to be connected to community needs in a global context, and equip students with the skills required to become a leader in the intellectual, economic, and cultural life of the region. For students who are interested in entering the world of criminal justice, MGSC’s Associate of Science in Criminal Justice may be an ideal degree to pursue. This two-year program serves to satisfy the lower division requirements for a bachelor’s degree. Upon completion of this degree, students may be well positioned to transfer into to a B.S. in Criminal Justice program with junior standing.
The A.S. in Criminal Justice program prepares students for careers in law enforcement, corrections law, and government. Through MGSC’s specialized 62-credit core curriculum, students may receive a comprehensive base of knowledge in law enforcement, corrections, social problems, juvenile delinquency, and racial relations. The program emphasizes a foundational basis in skills such as critical thinking, ethical decision-making, creative problem solving, and an understanding of how to protect U.S. citizens under the Constitution. Students in this field may be able to pursue a variety of professions, including crime analyst, law enforcement officer, investigator, and emergency communication specialist.
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