Prepare for a career in 9-1-1 dispatch and other administrative roles with a criminal justice associate's of applied science degree at Chemeketa.
topics Social Service
Skills & InterestHelping People
Why choose program or class?
Are you ready to be the lifeline for someone calling 9-1-1? Or would you rather work with prisoners at intake and release? The Chemeketa Community College associate of applied science degree in criminal justice may be just the thing you've been looking for.
What will you learn?
Chemeketa's criminal justice program focuses on the principles and organizational components of the wider criminal justice field.
What will you do?
Graduates with a Chemeketa criminal justice applied science degree will be ready for careers in:
- 9-1-1 telecommunications
- Intake and release work at correctional facilities
- Private and public security work
- Investigative field work (such as a liquor control agent)
- Insurance adjusting
- License inspecting
CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK AND DRUG TESTING
Upon entry into this program, you will be required to pass a criminal background check and pass a ten-panel drug screening urinalysis conducted by a college-approved vendor. If you do not pass the criminal background check and/or the drug screening, program registration will not be possible. If you are arrested during the time you are enrolled in the program, you must notify the Criminal Justice Program Chair of the arrest. Your status in the program will be reviewed by the Criminal Justice Program Chair and the Dean of Emergency Services. A possible outcome of the review may be that you are unable to continue in the program.
For more information call the Criminal Justice Program Chair, Megan Gonzalez at 503.584.7350.