Criminal Justice (AS)

Associate in Science Degree Program

Associate of Science in Criminal Justice Program Overview

Our Criminal Justice Program at ASA College in Miami provides students with a broad-based, sophisticated understanding of the role of the criminal justice system in American Society. Students acquire the knowledge, values, and skills that will enable them to analyze rationally, the problems of the criminal justice system and the needs of society in a manner in keeping with democratic traditions of law, social well-being, and individual rights.

Students in this program will be exposed to the wide scope of criminal justice as well as a balance presentation of the issues in this field. The structure of the curriculum and the related learning objectives will be consistent with published standards of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), a national professional society.

A vital component of the Criminal Justice program is an externship provided to the students in the last semester where they work without remuneration. Students are placed in qualified establishments in their field including Police Departments, Private Security companies, Probation, Social Services and Corrections Departments in the tri-state area. The externship provides the student with an opportunity to practice the theoretical skills learned in course work at ASA College.

Earn your Criminal Justice degree in the classroom or remotely with ASA!

Criminal Justice Learning Options

Our Criminal Justice Associate in Science degree is a coveted program that can lead to a career you love and a chance to do good in the world. At ASA, we offer this program both on campus and remotely.

Through our in-person classes, you can study with your peers, pursuing similar interests and career paths. But for students who prefer to work from home — or can’t fit a trip to campus into their busy schedule — there’s also remote learning.

To take part in our remote learning classes, simply log in from your computer at the set time and enjoy live instruction from your professor while in your own home. Every student has a different way of learning, and ASA wants to help you thrive in your degree program. We also offer classes in Spanish, and have options for international students.

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Associate of Science in Criminal Justice Program Goals

Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate should be able to demonstrate ability to:

  • Identify, describe, and explain the current and historical practices, policies, structures, and stages of the criminal justice system at local, state and federal levels in the United States, from the commission of an actual crime through adjudication and corrections.
  • Identify, describe, and apply historical, current and emerging theories and various social and analytic tools to the fields of human behavior, criminology, and corrections; to suggest ways to balance the rights of individual citizens with society’s need for security and safety.
  • Conceptualize, analyze, and discuss crime in general with respect to longitudinal changes in the complex issues of crime, ethics, diversity, policy making, and criminal justice administration.
  • Develop awareness for and facility with the analytic tools of the criminal justice field through practical and hands-on experiences.
  • Obtain employment in careers within the criminal justice and public service systems.


Learn How To Get Started Today At Asa College In Miami

If you’re interested in pursuing your education to start a career in Criminal Justice and would like to learn more about ASA College in Miami contact us today or give us a call at 844-319-4432 to get in touch with us.

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Online program only available for Florida residents.

*According to Federal Regulations International Students need to attend at least one class per semester on campus.