Overview

WMCC is preparing students for exciting career opportunities in law enforcement, forensics, corrections, probation/ parole, and many other important roles in the criminal justice system.  The professional expertise of our faculty provides a valuable mix of academic and practical experience that enrich all student learning outcomes, and thoroughly prepare students for successful career opportunities.

Program is a hybrid program, meeting every other week in Berlin.

Full-time Police Academy graduates will receive credit for the following:

CRMJ101WIntroduction to Criminal Justice3
CRMJ201WCriminal Procedure3
CRMJ230WJustice and the Community3
CRMJ270WCriminal Justice Internship3
 Liberal Arts Elective3
 General Elective*3
 

Full-time State Corrections Academy graduates will receive credit for the following:

CRMJ101WIntroduction to Criminal Justice3
CRMJ215WCorrections Operations3
CRMJ270WCriminal Justice Internship3
 Liberal Arts Elective3
 General Elective*3

*Subject to review.

Additional credit may be awarded for in-service courses at the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Academy on a case by case basis.

Program is a hybrid program, meeting 6-8 times in a semester with the remainder of coursework to be completed online.  Class meetings may rotate between Berlin, Littleton, and North Conway.

Criminal Justice/ Homeland Security Certificate

Fall SemesterLecLabCr
COMP110WSoftware Applications303
CRMJ101WIntroduction to Criminal Justice303
ENGL120WCollege Composition404
PSYC111WPsychology303
     
 Semester Total 16016
 
Spring SemesterLecLabCr
CRMJ110WTerrorism303
CRMJ123WCriminal Law404
ENGL211WProfessional Writing303
PHYS122WForensic Science324
SOCI111WSociology303
 Semester Total 16217
 Certificate Total   33

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be prepared to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts and components of the
    American Justice System from arrest, trial, incarceration, and
    release/rehabilitation.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the many duties and functions of law
    enforcement entities, how they impact our daily lives and security and well being as citizens.
  • Communicate in a professional manner to a diverse group or to individuals
    in verbal and written form.

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