Criminal Justice Studies
MCTC’s Criminal Justice Studies program provides you with a broad professional education in the criminal justice system, including an understanding of how the police, courts and corrections departments operate and work together. The curriculum equips you to understand the causes of and means to prevent crime and to work effectively in the criminal justice field.
Courses in this program are taught at MCTC’s main campus and Hennepin Technical College’s Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Education Center.
Criminal Justice A.S. degree—60 credits
Homeland Security Specialist
MCTC’s Homeland Security Program prepares you for the vibrant and growing industry of homeland security and disaster management. This new and exciting career field that helps protect the community from natural and man-made disasters is becoming as essential a component to public safety as law enforcement, fire protection services and emergency medical services.
Courses are taught at MCTC. Students are accepted into this program for fall, spring and summer semesters.
Homeland Security Basic Certificate—15 credits
Help make communities safer with an A.S. degree from MCTC’s Law Enforcement program, which is accredited by accredited by the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST). You will get professional preparation includes academics and skills training. Experienced faculty will give you hands-on training using realistic simulations as you prepare for peace officer licensing.
You may begin this program for fall and spring terms. You will begin the A.S. degree program on the main MCTC campus and finish the 21-credit skills program at Hennepin Technical College’s Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Education Center in Brooklyn Park, Minn.
Law Enforcement A.S. degree—64 credits
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