A.S. in Law Enforcement

Associate of Science in Law Enforcement

This two year associate degree program in law enforcement requires 60 hours including CRJU 2300 and CRJU 3304.  Students pursuing the AS in Law Enforcement must also take at least nine of the criminal justice elective hours within the Department of Criminal Justice at UA Little Rock.

General: Credits earned for the associates degree may be applied to the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. For AS in Law Enforcement, you will need a minimum of 60 total hours, including 20 hours of 2000-level courses or higher, and 30 hours in residence (online or face to face).

First Year Colloquium (0-3 hours)

Required of full time freshmen entering college for the first time and transfer students with less than 12 hours of credit.

College of Social Science and Communication Core (35 hours)

CSSC Core: CRJU 2300 Introduction to Criminal Justice (also counts toward the core).

Second Language Proficiency (0-6 hours)

The foreign language program requirement is 6 hours of the same second language (Elementary 1 and Elementary 2), or demonstration of equivalent proficiency.

Major (15 hours)

Required Courses (6 hours)

  • CRJU 2300 – Introduction to Criminal Justice (also counts toward the core)
  • CRJU 3304 – Police and Society

Criminal Justice Electives (9 hours)

  • Select three classes of Criminal Justice electives in the 3000-4000 level

Please check the Undergraduate Course Catalog for our class selections and other inquiries.