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The Criminal Justice programs at the colleges of DCCCD provide valuable knowledge in working effectively in corrections, probation, government and private security settings. Practical courses include dealing with criminal behavior, methods of criminology, public policy, interpersonal communication and ethical issues in criminal justice.
Are you interested in a career in criminal justice?
Studying Criminal Justice at Mountain View can prepare you for a variety of careers. There is a wide range of jobs available depending on your skills, abilities and education — from police officer to correction officer, constable, FBI or CIA agent, drug enforcement officer or U.S. marshal.
“I want every day to be a new challenge and I want to help people – but not from behind a desk. My criminology classes at the colleges of DCCCD have all been good and I like the life experience my professors bring to the classroom.”
Read Veronica's story.
This program may lead to an occupational license for which a prior criminal history may make a student ineligible.
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Are you interested in criminal justice?