2009 - 2010 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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counseling criminal justice coun m60d – 0.5 unit self-paced career research two courses from the following 3-unit courses 6.0 cj m10 patrol procedures 3.0 cj m11 criminal investigation 3.0 cj m14 juvenile procedure 3.0 cj m18 narcotics investigation 3.0 total minimum units required in major area 27.0 prerequisites none recommended prep coun m60c class hours 0.5 lecture presents online and computer-based career research tools designed to assist students in evaluating and prioritizing career options research on specific careers and their correlating majors will culminate in first and second choices includes intake and exit individual counseling/career consultations to strategize next steps congruent with individual goals and objectives process will be completed in an 8‑hour self-paced format applies to associate degree transfer credit csu see general education degree requirements and transfer information certificate of achievement in criminal justice option 1 more than 18 units required courses units cj m01 introduction to criminal justice 3.0 cj m02 concepts of criminal law 3.0 cj m03 community relations 3.0 cj m04 legal aspects of evidence 3.0 cj m05 principles and procedures of the justice system 3.0 cj m06 criminal justice report writing 3.0 cj m41 introduction to probation parole and corrections 3.0 criminal justice program purpose students who complete criminal justice courses will utilize the community policing philosophy of partnerships to interact with and influence the diverse community that the criminal justice system serves students completing the criminal justice program will acquire the practical knowledge and skills to successfully pass the criminal justice law enforcement vocational entrance exams and academy programs two courses from the following 3-unit courses 6.0 cj m10 patrol procedures 3.0 cj m11 criminal investigation 3.0 cj m14 juvenile procedures 3.0 public concern with rising crime rates and the increasing role of law enforcement in public service work has contributed to the growth of criminal justice agencies throughout the nation there is a broad range of employment opportunities for men and women in all components of the criminal justice system this criminal justice program offers an education to students in the varied aspects of law enforcement court procedures and corrections a foundation of knowledge is provided for those interested in becoming competitive candidates for these rewarding and challenging positions cj m18 narcotics investigation 3.0 total 27.0 criminal justice courses dean dan brown phone 805 378-1445 cj m01 – 3 units introduction to criminal justice full-time faculty prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture david harrington leeann mulville introduces the history and philosophy of criminal justice in america reviewing system recapitulation sub-system identification role expectations and interrelationships crime punishment and rehabilitation theories and ethics education and training issues applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc counselors michael johnson pamela kennedy-luna transfer information students planning to transfer need to consult with a counselor prepare a student education plan and take advantage of the support services available in the career transfer center located in fountain hall 805378-1536 cj m02 – 3 units concepts of criminal law prerequisites none recommended prep cj m01 and engl m01a or engl m01ah class hours 3 lecture degree in criminal justice to earn an associate in science degree with a major in criminal justice students complete 27 specified units plus general education degree requirements introduces the historical development and philosophy of law reviews constitutional provisions definitions and classifications of crimes and their application to the criminal justice system examines concepts of the law as a social force explores crimes against persons property and the state as a social religious and historical ideology employs legal research and review of case law methodology applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc in addition to general education degree requirements complete the following required courses units cj m01 introduction to criminal justice 3.0 cj m02 concepts of criminal law 3.0 cj m03 community relations 3.0 cj m04 legal aspects of evidence 3.0 cj m05 principles and procedures of the justice system 3.0 cj m06 criminal justice report writing 3.0 cj m41 introduction to probation parole and corrections 3.0 course listing 134 moorpark college catalog 2009/10