Three Rivers Community College
574 New London Turnpike, Norwich, CT 06360 | (860) 215-9000 Contact the webmaster.
Three Rivers Community College does not discriminate on the basis of age, ancestry, color, genetic information, learning disability, marital status, past or present history of mental disability, intellectual disability, national origin, physical disability, race, religious creed, sex, including pregnancy, sexual harassment, transgender status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation or civil union status, workplace hazards to reproductive systems, criminal record (in state employment and licensing), political beliefs, and/or Veteran status. Learn more : For questions about non-discrimination, contact Ken Saad, Equity and Diversity Officer, Three Rivers Community College, 574 New London Turnpike, Norwich, CT 06360. (860) 215-9319, firstname.lastname@example.org
Three Rivers Community College strives to provide a safe and healthy environment for students, staff, and faculty. Sexual misconduct of any kind is not tolerated. If you or someone you know experiences any form of sexual misconduct, the college can provide assistance. For more information about Title IX and/or sexual misconduct, contact Vicki Baker, Title IX Coordinator, Three Rivers Community College, 574 New London Turnpike, Norwich, CT 06360, (860) 215-9208.
Program Coordinator: Jeffrey Crouch - 860-215-9418
This program is designed for students interested in pursuing criminal justice careers in an enforcement-oriented nucleus, and who plan to transfer to a four-year college. Students are urged to investigate and select the institution to which they will transfer as early as possible since each transfer situation must be planned to meet specific baccalaureate requirements.
Students should consult with their academic advisor regarding the minimum number of credits to be taken at TRCC and limits on non-traditional credits. 25% of TRCC degree requirements must be completed with TRCC coursework. Up to 50% of degree requirements can be fulfilled with non-traditional credit. Non-traditional credit includes CLEP/DSST exams, Credit by Exam, APL credit, and Military credit.
Grand Total: 60-61
Criminal Justice Enforcement, Associate in Science Degree Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:
identify and explain the basic structures and functions of the criminal justice system.
interpret the basic concepts and functions of criminal law.
integrate multidisciplinary theories which constitute the basis for understanding criminality and victimization.
apply constitutional principles that protect the rights of individuals and regulate criminal justice practices and procedures.
discuss the importance of social and ethical issues confronting the criminal justice systems.
Additionally, the graduate will complete the comprehensive learning outcomes identified within the General Education Component.