This course is designed to introduce students who aspire to a career in law enforcement a fundamental understanding of the organization, management and administration of law enforcement agencies. Basic police patrol procedures including officer safety protocols, pursuit policies, arrest and search and seizure processes and a basic understanding of police report writing.

This course examines issues in law enforcement in terms of police response, mandatory arrest, and policy formation. The course will focus on the areas of domestic violence, child abuse or neglect, and elderly abuse. The course provides an overview of each area as well as an examination of the infrastructure and interrelationship between them.

The focus of this course is on hands-on practical experience and observation in a field directly related to the student’s academic preparation and career objectives. Periodic meetings between the Criminal Justice Program Coordinator and the student will be held to review the progress and success of the student’s experiences.

Released by the National Council on Strength & Fitness (NCSF), this is an intensive cumulative core course designed to prepare students for the NCSF National Certified Personal Trainer Exam. The course covers all the areas required for the exam and will include lessons with textbook reviews, presentations, and study guide sessions, as well as lab activities for each lesson or chapter of the textbook. There will be three hours lecture and two hours lab per week.