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Administration of Justice Concentration

Associate of Arts

This concentration is currently inactivated and is no longer accepting new students. If you are interested in this area of study, please see the Associate of Arts - Liberal Arts. If you have any questions regarding this program, please see an advisor.
For students currently in the concentration, the requirements are listed below.

Get ready to transfer to a university while preparing for one of several careers in law enforcement.

The applied knowledge, technical skills and communication abilities you will gain from this program can prepare you to pursue or advance your career in a wide range of positions in the field of criminal justice.    Some of your choice may be law enforcement, criminological research, crime analysis, the courts, adult and juvenile justice and other law enforcement organizations.

Title IV Financial Aid eligible: Yes


Multiple Campuses

Contact Information

Division of Workforce and Continuing Education
Dean: 520.206.4587
Lead Faculty: 520.206.7477
Program Advisor: 520.206.7464
Information Sessions

Program Information

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Semester Pathways


Completing this program can lead to employment in a variety of different careers. Here are some examples of occupations related to this program with associated Pima County-based annual median wages. Some careers may require additional education or training. Source: EMSI

Occupation Annual Median Wage
First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers $50,627
First-Line Supervisors of Police & Detectives $90,000

Academic Options

Transfer to a university degree program in Criminal Justice, Justice Studies, or a related program.

Program/Major Codes: AOAALA/ALA1/ALAJ

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