Criminal Justice Professor of Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice

Associate in Applied Science

Modes of Instruction

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This degree program prepares indivdiuals to perform the duties of corrections police and public security officers, including patrol and investigative activities, traffic control, crowd control and public relations, witness interviewing, evidence collection and management, basic crime prevention methods, weapon and equipment operation and maintenance, report preparation, and other routine law enforcement responsibilities.


What you can do

This major prepares students for a variety of careers in the correctional officer, jailer, police and sheriff patrol officers areas.

Program Details


Program Student Learning Outcomes

  • Interpret and implement the legal practices of multiple U.S. Supreme Court rulings pertaining to criminal justice. 
  • Distinguish the concepts of the newest technologies in preventing and reducing crimes.
  • Evaluate evidence-based practices used toward the rehabilitation of offenders. 
  • Illustrate and apply ethical practices.

Students completing this degree must also complete curriculum requirements aligned with General Education Student Learning Outcomes.

Criminal Justice Faculty

Kenneth Ingersoll

Kenneth Ingersoll

Professor Administration of Justice

Contact Us

Kenneth Ingersoll

Professor Administration of Justice

Phone  |  618-545-3336

Location  |  Main Campus

Office  |  Health and Professional Careers, PC 104


Phone  |  618-545-3040

Fax  |  618-545-3393

Location  |  Main Campus

Office  |  Health and Business, HB 100

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