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  • Lafayette Criminal Justice Associate Degree

    Remington College − Lafayette Campus and its predecessor companies have been educating students in the Acadiana area since 1940, and we've offered an associate degree in criminal justice since July 2005.

    If you have ever dreamed of having a career in this field or making a difference in your community, Remington College's Criminal Justice associate degree program may be able to help you get started in less time than you think.(1)

    Call or request information to learn more about our Lafayette Criminal Justice Associate Degree.

    Hands-On Lafayette Criminal Justice Training

    Through our associate degree program, you have a chance to benefit from classroom training and hands-on learning in our mock courtroom, forensics lab, and crime scene room.

    These labs offer you the opportunity to gain valuable practice in fingerprint analysis, blood spatter detection, and crime scene analysis, using modern industry equipment.

    Classes are administered by faculty members with experience in the criminal justice field. Our Lafayette criminal justice instructors include retired members of the Natchitoches and Lafayette Police Departments, a former member of a local Parish Sheriff's Office, and current board members of both a local battered women's shelter and a rape crisis center.

    To offer you real-world perspectives, as a Lafayette criminal justice student there may be opportunities to take field trips to local criminal justice facilities such as the local courthouse, jail, police department, as well as listen to guest speakers from professional groups like the local SWAT team.

    Study Topics Relevant to Criminal Behavior and the Lafayette Criminal Justice System

    Our Criminal Justice associate degree program offers courses in corrections, criminal prosecution and trials, simulated crime scene analysis, evidence handling, security management, and more. You'll also have the opportunity to review criminology and forensic science, crime scene scenarios, and constitutional law and protections.

    These courses are designed to help you see how you may impact your community as a potential criminal justice professional.(1)

    Call us now, and we can provide you with more information about this great opportunity to expand your horizons. Answer the call and pursue an associate degree in criminal justice with Remington College today!