Administration of Justice

Administration of Justice is the beginning coursework leading toward a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. With the Administration of Justice degree, you will study criminal justice theory, including an examination of the constitutional rights, and the application and practice of the theory within the criminal justice system in America. With certificates in Crime Scene Investigation and Corrections you will have more focused study in specializations within law enforcement, probation and corrections.

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Jami Brown
Department Chair, Behavioral Sciences
(951) 222-8398
jami.brown@rcc.edu
Quad 23E

Administration of Justice
ADT
Major Units
18
Typical Time to Completion
2 years
Program Map
Administration of Justice
CE
AS
Major Units
27
Typical Time to Completion
2 years
Program Requirements
Crime Scene Investigation
CE
Major Units
15
Typical Time to Completion
1 semester
Program Requirements
Investigative Technician
CE
Major Units
15
Typical Time to Completion
1 semester
Program Requirements
Corrections
CE
Major Units
16
Typical Time to Completion
1 year
Program Requirements

If you are interested in understanding our communities, how they’re formed and what influences their structures, while others are driven to take a more hands-on role to improve and advance our societies, you can explore other instructional pathways in Social and Behavioral Sciences.