Thinking about a career in criminal justice? This is the place for you to start.
The Criminal Justice Studies A.A. degree program consists of an overview of the criminal justice system and an examination of the basic components of the system. Through an interdisciplinary approach to the problems of crime and society, the program prepares students to pursue further study in criminal justice or related disciplines. It also educates students to become effective problem-solvers as professionals in this field.
The Criminal Justice program will prepare students for entry-level employment in the criminal justice field, courts, and corrections. For students planning to seek employment in the field upon completion of the program, the internship option is recommended to give an inside view of the operations of the justice system.
Students may also enroll in the program with the intention of transferring to a four-year college. SUNY Delhi's Criminal Justice program has transfer agreements with Hartwick College and the State University College at Oneonta. Students can also transfer to any four-year college offering majors in criminal justice, criminology, sociology, public administration, or political science.
Minimum requirements to be considered for admission
HS Average: 75
Algebra Regents: 73
English Regents: 73
Transfer GPA: 2.0
SUNY Curriculum Code: 1855