DRAFT CT State Community College Catalog 2023-2024
New students enrolling for the first time in Fall 2023 will begin as students of Connecticut State Community College under this draft catalog.
Continuing students from one of the 12 community colleges will be transitioned into a CT State program in this draft catalog as of the start of the Fall 2023 term.
This catalog is a draft to be finalized in the Spring of 2023. The policies, courses and programs described are not applicable until the Fall 2023 term and may be updated as circumstances require.
Location: Manchester and Naugatuck Valley
Computer Crimes Investigations: The Computer Crimes Investigations concentration area is designed for students seeking to pursue a career investigating computer and technology related crimes or those already in the field seeking to gain additional credentials. It combines specialized criminal justice, skill development and general education coursework to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need for a career in digital investigations.
Criminal Justice Program Goals:
Complete an Associate of Science degree in Criminal Justice.
Acquire the skills necessary to secure employment within field of criminal justice.
Transfer into a Bachelor Degree Program.
Criminal Justice Learning Outcomes:
Demonstrate an understanding of the roles of police, courts and corrections and explain the functions they serve within the criminal justice system and the community.
Apply principles of constitutional and criminal laws that protect the rights of and regulates conduct of a culturally diverse society.
Demonstrate knowledge of theories, principles, processes of the criminal justice system.
Prepare written documents and deliver oral presentations related to the criminal justice field.
Computer Crimes Investigations Learning Outcomes:
Explain the process of conducting computer crime investigations and indicating security characteristics, threats, and responses.
Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of cybercrime-focused digital forensics and develop the ability to apply digital forensic knowledge to cybercrime cases.
Apply principles of evidence collection and standards of legal admissibility to digital evidence and computer crime investigations.
Identify career paths in the field of computer crime investigations.
Criminal Justice General Education Core (21-22 credits)