NVCC 2003-2004 Catalog
    Description of Courses

ADJ - Administration of Justice

[ NVCC Home Page | Catalog Search | Table of Contents | Description of Courses | Divisions | Previous Page | Next Page ]

ADJ 100 - Survey of Criminal Justice

ADJ 105 - The Juvenile Justice System

ADJ 107 - Survey of Criminology

ADJ 110 - Introduction To Law Enforcement

ADJ 111-112 - Law Enforcement Organization and Administration I-II

ADJ 116 - Special Enforcement Topics

ADJ 118 - Crisis Intervention and Critical Issues

ADJ 120 - Introduction To Courts

ADJ 127 - Firearms and Marksmanship

ADJ 133 - Ethics and The Criminal Justice Professional

ADJ 134 - Collection and Preservation of Physical Evidence

ADJ 139 - Private Detectives/investigators

ADJ 140 - Introduction To Corrections

ADJ 150 - Introduction To Security Administration

ADJ 157 - Computer Security

ADJ 159 - Physical Security

ADJ 165 - Crime Scene Photography

ADJ 171-172 - Forensic Science I-II

ADJ 173-174 - Forensic Photography I-II

ADJ 175 - Forensic Instrumental Analysis

ADJ 176 - Forensic Serology

ADJ 186 - Forensic Psychology

ADJ 211-212 - Criminal Law, Evidence, and Procedures I-II

ADJ 215 - Report Writing

ADJ 216 - Organized Crime and Corruption

ADJ 226 - Questioned Documents Examination

ADJ 228 - Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs

ADJ 229 - Law Enforcement and The Community

ADJ 232 - Domestic Violence

ADJ 234 - Terrorism and Counter-terrorism

ADJ 235 - Research In Criminal Justice

ADJ 236 - Principles of Criminal Investigation

ADJ 237 - Advanced Criminal Investigation

ADJ 241 - Correctional Law

ADJ 245 - Management of Correctional Facilities

ADJ 247 - Criminal Behavior

ADJ 248 - Probation, Parole, and Treatment

ADJ 255 - Security Management

ADJ 256 - Information Security

ADJ 257 - Loss Prevention

ADJ 268 - Technology and The Criminal Justice System

ADJ 275 - Forensic Pathology

ADJ 276 - Hair and Fiber Morphology

ADJ 278 - Firearms and Tool-mark Identification

ADJ 289 - Comparative Systems of Criminal Justice (3 Cr.)


Please contact the appropriate division for the availability of general usage courses as described in the "Description of Courses" section.
Last revised: Tuesday, Dec-16-2003 09:01
Comments to: Programming Support Services