Instructional Programs
Criminal Justice

 Course Overview

The Criminal Justice Program prepares students interested in working within the Criminal Justice field for careers in agencies at local, state, and federal levels and includes entry-level courses in Criminal Justice and Homeland Security.  The courses would be focused on Law Enforcement, Courts, Corrections, and Homeland Security. The curriculum is designed to be completed in two years. Students prepare for a variety of employment opportunities in criminal justice including police officers, corrections staff, probation and parole, investigations, court officers, and private security.


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 Success Stories

The EPCC Criminal Justice program is proud to present student success stories. The program encourages and prepares students academically to excel in the criminal justice field.


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 EPCC Criminal Justice Club

Are you interested in joining the EPCC Criminal Justice Club Lambda Alpha Epsilon? Click here for more information.


 District Wide Coordinator

Michelle C. Watkins
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice

Valle Verde Campus Room A1605

Tel: 915-831-2251




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