There are many graduates of our Criminal Justice program serving in law enforcement and justice now.
One proud example is Gloucester County Sheriff Darrell W. Warren, Jr., a 2007 graduate of RCC.
In our small classroom environment, you’ll learn from faculty who have served in the courts and in police departments. They’ll give you real life perspectives, and you’ll graduate prepared to apply for any number of jobs, or to transfer to a four-year school. Among the topics covered in the program:
Our Criminal Justice program takes two years (four semesters) and graduates can transfer to a four-year school, or step into the working world with an associate degree. Job possibilities include corrections officer, detention officer, probation officer and more.