The Administration of Justice program seeks to prepare students for careers in law enforcement and legal studies. The courses in Skyline's program lead to transfer programs at four-year colleges and universities.
|Required Core Courses||Units|
|ADMJ 100||Introduction to Administration of Justice||3 units|
|ADMJ 102||Principles and Procedures of Justice||3 units|
|ADMJ 104||Concepts of Criminal Law||3 units|
|ADMJ 106||Legal Aspects of Evidence||3 units|
|ADMJ 108||Community Relations||3 units|
|ADMJ 110||Police Report Writing||3 units|
|Plus a selection of 9-10 units from the following:||Units|
|ADMJ 120||Criminal Investigation||3 units|
|ADMJ 123||Concepts of Enforcement Principles||3 units|
|ADMJ 125||Juvenile Procedures||3 units|
|ADMJ 134||Traffic Enforcement and Investigation||3 units|
|ADMJ 665||Selected Topics in Administration of Justice||0.5 - 2 units|
|ADMJ 670||Criminal Justice Internship (Cooperative Education)||4 units|
|LEGL 240||Introduction to Law||3 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.