Criminal Justice Technology

Criminal Justice Technology is designed to provide knowledge of criminal justice systems and operations. Study will focus on local, state, and federal law enforcement, judicial processes, corrections, and security services. The criminal justice system’s role within society will be explored.

Admission Procedures/Requirements

Students must be high school graduates. All students must complete a PCC Application for Admission and take the PCC Placement Tests. Transcripts of all high school and completed college work must be submitted to the college. Students may be required to complete developmental courses based on their placement test scores.

For more information regarding the Criminal Justice Technology program, contact Michael Nicholson, Interim Department Chair at 252-493-7586 or menicholson398@my.pittcc.edu.

Police Officer
County Detention Officer
Highway Patrol
Intensive Probation/Parole Surveillance Officer
Correctional Officer
Loss Prevention Specialist

Introduction to Criminal Justice
Juvenile Justice
Criminal Law
Ethics and Community Relations
Organization and Administration
Investigative Principles
Investigative Photography
Constitutional Law
Intro to Corrections
Law Enforcement Operations

The Criminal Justice Program will provide graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to be viable in the job market.
Students will describe the evolution of criminal justice topics.
Students will demonstrate how crime and criminal justice systems and processes interact and intersect to provide coordinated justice administration.