Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
Monroe Community College

Program Details

The online AS in Criminal Justice degree program from Monroe Community College is designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a baccalaureate degree and careers as federal law enforcement agents, lawyers, probation officers, parole officers, public safety planners, legal researchers, or paralegals. The curriculum focuses on:

  • The law enforcement, courts, and corrections components of the criminal justice system
  • The interactions between law enforcement, courts, corrections, and the community in addressing crime in society
  • Core principles of law and justice as they apply to the roles of citizen and criminal justice professional
  • Appropriate responses to ethical issues encountered in the criminal justice professions
  • Criminal justice career options and their required qualifications


  • High school transcripts
  • College transcripts (if applicable)
  • New York State residents must have a Certificate of Residence on file in order to receive the resident tuition rate

School Accreditation Statement

Middle States Commission on Higher Education