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Criminal Justice


Faculty Members:
Dr. Emil Spadafore
Ms. Mathilda Spencer

Are you interested in promoting public safety?  Are you interested in homeland security?  Do you wonder why individuals engage in criminal activity?  Do you think about issues of justice?  If so, then you may be interested in pursuing a degree in criminal justice.

The Pitt-Titusville associate degree in criminal justice prepares you to enter four year criminal justice programs at the campuses within the University of Pittsburgh system and other colleges and universities. It also provides you the degree needed for most police work and entry-level positions in the criminal justice system.

The program of study for the associate degree includes courses in criminal justice, sociology, psychology and political science.

 

 

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