Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice

Are you considering a career in criminal justice? Whether you want to be a police officer, crime analyst, FBI agent or something similar, the Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice at the South College Asheville Learning Site will put you on the path to get there. It provides educational and training experiences in the criminal justice field, including policing, private security, private investigations, parole, probation and crime analysis. The South College Asheville Learning Site criminal justice associate of applied science degree will help prepare you for admission to local, state or federal police academies. Ready to get started? Contact us today!



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Learn what it takes to be an analytical and ethical criminal justice professional. Candidates interested in applying to the Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice program are encouraged to reach out today!

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Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice Accreditation

South College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award degrees at the doctorate, master’s, baccalaureate and associate levels.




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