Bossier Parish Community College and the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences recognize the increasing demand for qualified, trained personnel in law enforcement, corrections communities, and medicolegal death investigation.
- Program Review
- Concentration Overview
- General Degree Information
- Learning Outcomes
- Required Courses for the AAS in Criminal Justice
- Concentration in Medicolegal Death Investigation
- Earning credit hours for POST Council Certification
The Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice degree is also available in an accelerated twelve-month online format (three semesters). Students must specifically apply for the accelerated program with a Criminal Justice Advisor in the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences. All remedial/developmental coursework must be completed or documentation presented that no remedial work is needed.
- Any student accepted into the accelerated format must maintain a minimum of 2.0 GPA throughout the program.
- Any student is strongly encouraged to see the accelerated program advisor before dropping a course; otherwise, he/she may be in jeopardy of not completing the accelerated program in the 12 month format.