Associate in Applied Science
Chairperson: Dr. Ann B. Geisendorfer
Amstuz Hall, Suite 300, (518) 629-7342
This program has been deactivated effective Fall 2018 and as such, applications are no longer being accepted.
The Criminal Investigation degree offers a strong academic background in investigative techniques, forensic science, evidence collection and analysis. This program is for students who wish to complete an associate’s degree and enter the law enforcement field.
The program complements the college’s Criminal Justice A.A.S. degree, which concentrates on law, corrections, administration, criminology and community policing as well as the Forensic Science Studies A.S. degree, which prepares graduates exclusively for work in a laboratory environment.
All Criminal Justice courses must have been taken within seven years in order to be applicable toward this degree program. Only four Criminal Justice courses may be transferred into the program. A Forensic I course will not be accepted as transfer credit into the program.
Program Entrance Requirements
|1 unit of academic math
||Fall and Spring
||A 2.0 GPA is required for transfer students and major changes.
||70 or above