You’ll be ready for immediate employment
or you can transfer to a four-year college.
CCC has transfer agreements in criminal
justice with several colleges, and graduates
have transferred to scores of colleges and
universities throughout the years.
Some career possibilities include
employment with federal, state and county
departments or institutions. Those with a
bachelor’s degree may hold a variety of
As a graduate of a fully accredited
community college, your coursework will
be received with full credit transfer at
most state colleges, public and private
universities across the country. The NJ
Lampitt bill passed in 2008 by the NJ State
legislature assures seamless transfer of
credits toward junior standing at NJ state
colleges and universities.
This program is designed for students who
wish to enter a specific criminal justice
field or continue their studies at a four-year
college/university. Students are introduced
to organizations, occupations and
regulations that govern the criminal justice
system and a range of job opportunities
that await graduates as America becomes a
more security-conscious society.