This program is offered at the Northwest Campus. The two-year Associate of Science degree in Criminal Justice Technology is designed for high school graduates who seek a career in law enforcement, corrections, criminalistics or community-based control functions. It is also designed for people who are currently employed in those fields and want to improve their skills for career development. This program does not lead to basic certification or employability as a law enforcement or correctional officer. Completion of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Basic Recruit class is required for entry to those occupations. Courses are offered on demand from the criminal justice community. Students may not be able to complete this program within two years.