The Criminal Justice Associate Degree program is a sequence of courses that
prepares students for Criminal Justice professions. The program emphasizes a
combination of Criminal Justice theory and practical application necessary for
successful employment. The Criminal Justice field offers thousands of career
opportunities in the three components of the criminal justice system: Law
Enforcement, The Courts, and Corrections, as well as careers in Private Security.
Savannah Technical College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the associate degree. The
college has two locations in Savannah – White Bluff Road and the Crossroads
Business Park, a location in Effingham – Hwy. 21 between Springfield and
Rincon, and two locations in Liberty – on Airport Road in Hinesville and at the
Ft. Stewart Army Education Center.
All applicants are required by law to be U.S. Citizens and at least 18 years of age.
Careers in criminal justice require various levels of education, from a high
school diploma to a graduate degree.
All degree programs require a high school diploma or GED and SAT, ACT, or
ASSET/COMPASS placement test scores. The majority of diploma and technical
certificate of credit (TCC) programs require a high school diploma or GED and
SAT, ACT, or ASSET/COMPASS placement test scores.
To complete the admissions process, you will need to provide official transcripts
(high school and any college attended) and proof of test scores (SAT, ACT,
ASSET, COMPASS) for placement purposes.
No I will not enter as a group or cohort
No there is not a lab component
Criminal Justice Internship; Criminal Justice Experiential Learning
Morning and evening ( nights class are limited)
AREA I English/Humanities/Fine Arts; AREA II Social/Behavior Science; and
AREA III Natural Sciences/Mathematics
The numbers of classes you would need to take to complete the program is 17
Yes you can enter Savannah Tech criminal justice as a part-time student.
The average number of quarters to complete the program is 8 quarters
Tuition and Fees (estimated cost): $ 7,443 USD
Books (estimated cost): $1,000 USD
Financial aid is available to eligible students enrolled in Savannah Technical
College. Farther info. Website is www.savannahtech.edu
GEORGIAHOPESCHOLARSHIP — http://www.GAcollege411.org. GPA of 3.0 or
above to qualify for the full scholarship
Needs a 4 yr degree to become anything with law. 2 yr degree doesn’t get you
Judge: On average, a judge earns between $134,000 and $170,700 per year. Judges
must have a degree from an accredited law school, and most spend years
working as lawyers before becoming a judge.
There would be no reason you would need to travel outside of country or state
No there are not companies that will guarantee an interview with me
Starting out at Savannah Tech for a 2 yr degree than transfer as a sophomore to
a 4 yr college. Go to Savannah tech for the general ed classes.
a) Enter 4-year college at George Washington University of Law to first start out
as a lawyer then a judge
b) deadlines that have to be met is: scholarships, financial aid, application for
Go to Savannah Tech for 2-years for general ed then transferring to a 4-yr
college; Going right into a 4-yr college.
5717 White Bluff Road
Savannah, GA 31405
Dr. Kathy S. Love
Yes this program has handouts and you could get them from the information
booth or going online at www.savannahtech.edu