The Bachelor of Applied Sciences Program in Administration of Justice is an interdisciplinary program for students seeking a career in federal, state, and local law enforcement, public safety and corrections, courtroom systems, immigration and customs enforcement, and a variety of related professions.
The degree serves students who have earned an Applied Associates Degree, as well as those who have real life experience in law enforcement or public safety. Topics covered in the Administration of Justice BAS degree include criminal justice, procedural constitutional rights, the American judicial system, multicultural approaches, terrorism, gender law, contemporary issues in law enforcement, and immigration and border issues. Additionally, the Administration of Justice program at UA South provides students with analytical and critical thinking skills, the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, as well as organization and leadership skills.
This degree is designed for students transferring approximately 60 units from a regionally accredited institution. During the application process, the submission of a resume and goal statement is required for professional admission to the program. Before applying, we recommend that you discuss your background with a program advisor. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 520.621.0898 for a referral.