2019-2020 College Catalog 
    
    Dec 15, 2019  
2019-2020 College Catalog

CJI Law Enforcement Administration, AAS


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July 1, 2019

About This Degree


The University of Arkansas System’s Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) provides education and advanced training in progressive areas of law enforcement to sworn law enforcement officers and individuals employed full-time by a law enforcement agency in a crime scene capacity. To successfully complete a program, students will be required to complete basic law enforcement training at an Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training (ACLEST) accredited academy, take special courses through the Criminal Justice Institute, and general education courses through National Park College (NPC). NPC offers tuition waivers for certified law enforcement officers within Garland County.

NPC Mentor: James Montgomery (James.Montgomery@np.edu)  501.760.4137

Prerequisite courses and/or developmental courses may need to be taken in addition to this suggested plan of study.

CJI Information and Resources  

General Education Core 24-27 Credit Hours


CJI Courses - 36-39 Credit Hours


Law Enforcement Administration and Management 6 credits
Law Enforcement Communications 3 credits
Law Enforcement Certification 6 credits
Advanced Law Enforcement Special Topics 6 credits
School of Law Enforcement Supervision 9 credits
Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement  3 credits
Professional Standards in Law Enforcement  3 credits
Computer Applications 0-3 credits

63 Minimum Credit Hours Total


See your NPC advisor for degree and graduation information

*Course is part of the Arkansas general education core requirements.

Purpose of AAS Degree


The Associate of Applied Science Degree is designed for employment purposes, and it should not be assumed that the degree or the courses in the degree can be transferred to another institution. While some institutions do accept some courses in AAS Programs, the general rule is that courses in AAS. Degrees are not accepted in transfer toward bachelor’s degrees. Students to whom transfer is important should get assurances in writing in advance from the institution to which they wish to transfer.

The NPC Honors Program


The NPC Honors Program is accepting applications.
Learn more about the NPC Honors Program.

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