Administration of Justice


Olney Central College's Administration of Justice Program offers students a chance to learn what it is really like in the world of law and order. Courses are taught by instructors who are active in the criminal justice system and have considerable experience in the law enforcement field. They bring practical knowledge to the classroom — a great asset in training students in law enforcement.

The program is designed for individuals wishing to enter law enforcement or those already in the field who desire a degree.

What You Will Learn

While enrolled in the program, students gain the skills needed to work and advance in the area of law enforcement. Students preferring two-years of college will follow the curriculum for the Associate in Applied Science Degree and can pursue a law enforcement career immediately upon successful completion of the program.

Those planning to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a bachelor's degree in Administration of Justice will typically complete an Associate in Science and Arts Degree at OCC. These students will take general education courses coupled with Administration of Justice classes. Advisors will work closely with students to ensure proper electives are selected.

Want to Learn More?

For more information about the Administration of Justice Program or to meet with an advisor, call 618-395-7777.