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Associate of Science degrees are similar to Associate of Arts degrees in that they are offered by community colleges and require general education classes. They differ in the fact that Associate of Science degrees require elective courses on specialized science subjects.
A criminal justice program usually features courses that teach students the skills and knowledge needed to work in law enforcement. Courses in a program may include policing, criminology, cybercrime, ethics, administration, border security and corrections.
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The mission of the Criminal Justice Associate of Science degree program is to provide students with the tools necessary to obtain employment in the criminal justice profe
Associate of Science in Criminal Justice
CRIMINAL JUSTICE MISSION STATEMENT:
The mission of the Criminal Justice Associate of Science degree program is to provide students with the tools necessary to obtain employment in the criminal justice profession, including careers in law enforcement, corrections, private security, juvenile justice and probation and parole.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE VISION STATEMENT:
MacCormac College’s Criminal Justice Program will be recognized for the quality of its graduates. The program will provide students with the skills to be successful in their career endeavours and to meet the challenges the criminal justice field provides.
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Court Reporters are the professionals who capture, protect, and preserve the court's record by recording the verbatim proceedings in a court or during pre-trial depositio
Associate of Applied Science in Court Reporting
Court Reporters are the professionals who capture, protect, and preserve the court's record by recording the verbatim proceedings in court or during pre-trial depositions, which they translate into a transcript for use by court officials and attorneys.
COURT REPORTING MISSION STATEMENT:
It is the mission of the Court Reporting Associate of Applied Science degree program to provide a strong foundation consisting of both academic knowledge and technical expertise that will prepare the student for a career as a professional judicial reporter in a variety of venues, including administrative, governmental, and judicial. Foremost among the attributes to be developed is a firm sense of and appreciation for professionalism at all times both in and out of the classroom....