Criminal Justice - Extended Campus ProgramsCriminal Justice - Extended Campus Programs

Criminal Justice - Extended Campus Programs

This degree can be earned over the course of four semesters of full-time evening study. Each semester, 2 classes take place on one evening per week and 2 classes take place through a hybrid format, with class meetings three times during the semester and the remainder of the work taking place online.


Below is an example of a two-year course of study:

First Year

First Semester Second Semester
CRI 302 Juvenile Justice (3) CRI 262 Criminal Justice Statistics (3)
CRI 461 Comparative Criminal Justice (3) CRI 332 Criminological Theory (3)
IDS 400 Humanities: Holistic Approach (3) ART 351 Art and Life (3)
SCI 241 Math & Science Concepts (3) BIO 121 Introduction to Ecology (3)

Second Year

First Semester Second Semester
CRI 382 Crim. Justice Research Methods (3) CRI 450 Criminal Law & Procedures (3)
CRI 431 Corrections (3) CRI 451 Mediation (3)
IDS 420 Social Science (3) CRI 499 Senior Research Seminar (3)
SCI 311 Applied Science (3) CRI 322 or SOC Elective (3)
* CRI 471 (3) or CRI 472 (3) (Must be completed in the senior year)
See full degree requirements in the College Catalog

Career Opportunities for Criminal Justice Graduates

Intelligence Research Specialist

Congressional Liasion Specialist

US Customs and Border Patrol

Federal Emergency Management

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement

US Transportation Safety and Security Administration

Municipal or County Law Enforcement

Probation/Parole Officer

Child Abuse Investigator

Department of Corrections employee


Faculty

Katherine M. Logan, Ph.D.
Professor of Criminal Justice | B.A., Eckerd College | M.A., University of Kentucky | Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo
Tracy Hoilman
Instructor of Criminal Justice and Off-Campus Coordinator | B.S., Appalachian State University | M.P.A., Appalachian State University

 Contact Us

Ava Yamouti
Regional Coordinator, Western Piedmont Community College
Program Coordinator, Criminal Justice
smitha@lmc.edu | 828.448.6143