Criminal Justice

Interested in pursuing a career in criminal justice? Fort Scott Community College offers students a two-year associate of applied science degree program, a two-year associate of science degree program with emphasis in criminal justice, and a one-year certificate program. Students study a variety of topics including criminal procedures, law, and investigations as well as interviewing and report writing. Criminal justice students at FSCC enjoy small classes, individualized attention, and a fun learning environment.

Ready to get started?

For more information please contact  Vanessa Poyner at vanessap@fortscott.edu or 620-223-2700, ext. 3370.

 

Suggested Curriculum for the criminal justice certificate

Suggested Curriculum for the associate of applied science in criminal justice

Suggested Curriculum for the associate of science in criminal justice

Gainful Employment

For more information on our Gainful Employment certificate related to Criminal Justice, see our Criminal Justice Gainful Employment page.

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Location

Criminal Justice classes are held on FSCC's Main Campus and Miami County Campus. To see all of FSCC's locations and addresses, see our locations page.