Students who meet the admission requirements to the College are eligible for enrollment into the program. Students are expected to be proficient in basic English, mathematics and reading. Appropriate developmental courses are available for those who need to improve proficiency in these areas.
In addition to general requirements for admission to the College, applicants are advised that virtually all criminal justice agencies set physical and behavioral standards and investigate the moral character of all applicants prior to employment.
Students enrolled in prerequisite courses beyond the first semester should anticipate enrolling in summer session classes to complete the required courses by the end of the second school year. Normally, students enrolled in two or more developmental classes (English, reading or mathematics) need three years to complete the degree requirements. Students wishing to transfer should contact the program advisor and the Assistant Coordinator for Student Success.