Administration of JusticeAdministration ofJusticefor a criminal justice/criminology degree, an emphasis oroption within a criminal justice/criminology degree, or adegree considered similar to criminal justice/criminology at aparticipating California State University (CSU) campus.Following transfer to a participating CSU campus, students willbe required to complete no more than 60 units to obtain abachelor's degree; however, some CSU campuses acceptingthis degree may require additional lower-division majorpreparation. This degree may not be appropriate preparationfor students transferring to a CSU campus not accepting thisdegree or to a university or college that is not part of the CSUsystem. Students should consult with a MiraCosta counselorfor further information regarding the most efficient pathway totransfer as a criminal justice major and to determine which CSUcampuses are participating in this program.To complete the degree, students must fulfill the followingrequirements:The Administration of Justice discipline examines the structure,functions, laws and procedures, and decision-makingprocesses of agencies that deal with crime management,such as police, prosecutors, courts, and correctional facilities.Students take administration of justice courses to prepare fora criminal justice, criminology, or law enforcement major,to fulfill general education requirements, or for professionaldevelopment. Career options include work in federal, state, andlocal law enforcement agencies, correctional agencies andinstitutions, and private security agencies.Academic and Career Pathway: Social and BehavioralSciencesContact InformationChair: Steve IsachsenDean: Al : Administration ofJusticeOffice: Building OC4800,760.795.6811Full-Time FacultyRuben GomezAssociate DegreesComplete a minimum of 60 CSU-transferable semester units.Complete all courses required in the major with a “C” or "P"or better.Complete the CSU-GE (Plan B) or IGETC (Plan C)* generaleducation pattern.Obtain a minimum CSU-transferable GPA of 2.0.Complete a minimum of 12 units in residence at MiraCostaCollege.* Students completing IGETC may be awarded the degree,but they must complete a course from Area IC: OralCommunication to meet CSU admission requirements.Program Student Learning Outcome StatementUpon completion of this program, the student will beprepared for further academic study and transfer to a CSUbaccalaureate degree program; and/or employment inentry-level positions in the criminal justice system.Required Core (6 units):ADM 100or ADM 100HADM 200Introduction to the Administration of*JusticeIntroduction to the Administration ofJustice (Honors)Concepts of Criminal LawADM 210Criminal ProceduresLaw EnforcementADM 220Criminal EvidenceStudents may earn the above-named associate degree bycompleting a certificate of achievement and the generaleducation courses required for MiraCosta College's Associatein Arts degree (see Associate Degrees). Students should meetwith a MiraCosta counselor to identify required courses and todevelop a written educational plan for the specific degree orcertificate they wish to earn.ADM 230Policing in a Diverse andMulticultural SocietyADM 270Crime and DelinquencyADM 280Criminal InvestigationAdministration of Justice for TransferStudents completing this associate degree will havecompleted lower-division major preparation requirements*List A: 6 Units. Select two courses. (It is recommendedyou select courses that meet lower-division majorpreparation requirements at your intended transferuniversity.)Associate in Arts DegreeAssociate in Science Degree3List B: 6-7 units. Select two courses.366-7Any course not selected in List A.ADM 107Introduction to Computer/DigitalForensicsADM 240Written and Oral Communication inthe Administration of JusticeAdministration of Justice1
Administration of JusticeADM 250Police Field OperationsADM 200Concepts of Criminal Law3ADM 260Organized Crime, Gangs, andTerrorismADM 210Criminal Procedures3ADM 220Criminal Evidence3ADM 230Policing in a Diverse andMulticultural Society3ADM 240Written and Oral Communication inthe Administration of Justice3BTEC 180Biostatistics*or BUS 204Business Statisticsor BUS 204HBusiness Statistics (Honors)or MATH 103Statisticsor PSYC 104Statistics for Behavioral Scienceor PSYC 104HStatistics for Behavioral Science (Honors)or SOC 125Introduction to Statistics in SociologyPSYC 101or PSYC 101HSOC 101or SOC 101HGeneral Psychology*General Psychology (Honors)Introduction to SociologyIntroduction to Sociology (Honors)18-19Course satisfies a general education requirement onthe CSU-GE or IGETC general education (GE) pattern. Toensure this degree is completed with no more than 60 units,students should select courses that will also satisfy a GErequirement. Note: All of the statistics and honors courseslisted are also GE courses.NOTES:1. This is not an approved pathway for transfer to CSUSM.Please consult a counselor for more information on thismajor at CSUSM or refer to the articulation agreement atASSIST.ORG.2. Students are strongly advised to select courses that meetlower-division major preparation requirements at theirtransfer university and to complete the History, Constitution,and American Ideals requirement prior to transfer.CertificateCertificate of AchievementLaw EnforcementAs the criminal justice system responds to the increasingcomplexities of our society, education becomes even moreessential for those seeking careers as peace officers as well asfor law enforcement personnel seeking advancement withinthe field. The law enforcement certificate includes coursescovering the most significant knowledge, skills, and abilitiesthat better facilitate a student's success in acquiring andbeing successful in law-enforcement related jobs. In addition,successful completion of the certificate requirements providesan excellent foundation for transfer and the pursuit of higherdegrees in law-enforcement related fields.Program Student Learning Outcome StatementUpon completion of this program, the student will beprepared for further study and/or employment in entry-levelpositions in the criminal justice system.Required courses:ADM 100or ADM 100H2Introduction to the Administration ofJusticeIntroduction to the Administration ofJustice (Honors)Administration of JusticeADM 107Introduction to Computer/DigitalForensicsADM 250Police Field OperationsADM 260Organized Crime, Gangs, andTerrorismADM 270Crime and DelinquencyADM 280Criminal InvestigationSOC 105Introduction to Justice Studies*Total Units*Select at least 9 elective units from the following:3Total Units927CoursesADM 100: Introduction to the Administration of JusticeUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneEnrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit inADM 100H.Acceptable for Credit: CSU, UCLecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, and SummerThis course explores the roots of our current justice system andthe interaction of its various subsystems (law enforcement/prosecution, judicial, and corrections). It emphasizes theorganizational structure and legal consideration relevant toeach subsystem. Topics include the origin of law, theoriesof crime causation, criminal procedure, and sentencingphilosophies and alternatives. The course also introducesstudents to sources of criminal justice information and statistics.UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for ADM 100/ADM 100H or SOC105. C-ID AJ-110.
Administration of JusticeADM 100H: Introduction to the Administration of Justice(Honors)Units: 3Prerequisites: NoneEnrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit inADM 100.Acceptable for Credit: CSU, UCLecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, and SummerThis course explores the roots of our current justice system andthe interaction of its various subsystems (law enforcement/prosecution, judicial, and corrections) to each other and tothe overall social system. It emphasizes the organizationalstructure and legal consideration relevant to each subsystem.Topics include the origin of law, theories of crime causation,criminal law, criminal procedure, and sentencing philosophiesand alternatives. The course also introduces students to theresearch methodology and sources of information/statisticsrelevant to the discipline. As an honors course, it provides arigorous and enriched opportunity for highly motivated studentsto engage in enhanced discussions and conduct in-depthresearch and interviews about criminal-justice-related issues. UCCREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for ADM 100/ADM 100H or SOC 105.C-ID AJ-110.ADM 107: Introduction to Computer/Digital ForensicsUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSULecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall or SpringThis course introduces students to computer/digital crime andabuse and the methods used to properly conduct a computer/digital forensics investigation. Designed for law enforcementinvestigators, corporate security officials, and network andcomputer security administrators, the course includes anoverview of computer/digital forensics as a profession; thecomputer investigation process and related legal issues; thetype and frequency of computer/digital-related crime; a basicoverview of the Internet, networks, and network infrastructureprotection; operating systems, data and disk structures, dataacquisition and analysis, and technical writing; and a survey ofcomputer/digital forensics tools.ADM 200: Concepts of Criminal LawUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSU, UCLecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall, SpringADM 210: Criminal ProceduresUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSULecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall, SpringThe course explores the basic concepts of criminal procedurewith special emphasis on constitutional principles that apply toinvestigative techniques involving search and seizure, electronicsurveillance, temporary detention, arrest, identificationprocedures, and interrogation. The course also covers legalissues that relate to initial entry into the judicial system, pretrial, trial, sentencing, punishment, appeal, and post convictionrelief. C-ID AJ-122.ADM 220: Criminal EvidenceUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSULecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall, SpringThis course focuses on the various types of evidence and therules governing admissibility in criminal proceedings with anemphasis on the Federal Rules of Evidence and the CaliforniaEvidence Code. Topics include relevance, materiality, witnesstestimony, hearsay, impeachment, competence, chain ofcustody, and privileges. The course also addresses admissibilityof evidence related to confessions, searches, in/out of courtidentifications, and other investigative techniques, includingthe criminal processes where admissibility is determined. C-IDAJ-124.ADM 230: Policing in a Diverse and Multicultural SocietyUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSU, UCLecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall or SpringThis course examines how diverse populations and multiculturalcommunities affect the organization of law enforcementagencies and the relationships between police and thecommunities they serve. It emphasizes the history, issues, andchallenges associated with policing in communities of diverseand multicultural populations, considering such factors as race,ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, social class,and culture. The course also explores strategies for improvingcommunication skills and relationships between police and thecommunity. C-ID AJ-160.The course explores the basic concepts of criminal law,including its philosophy and development, relationship to theU.S. government's structure, elements of a crime, inchoateoffenses, and capacities and defenses. The course coversspecific violations and legal issues related to crimes againstpersons, property crimes, organized crime, white collar crime,environmental crime, public safety and terrorism offenses,alcohol and drug offenses, and offenses against justice andpublic administration. C-ID AJ-120.Administration of Justice3
Administration of JusticeADM 240: Written and Oral Communication in theAdministration of JusticeUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSULecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: FallThis course focuses on the written and oral communication skillsnecessary for success in the criminal justice system to includethe application of relevant legal considerations. It emphasizesincident report writing, interview/interrogation documentation,and note-taking. The course also identifies and develops oralcommunication skills related to voluntary citizen contact, crisisintervention, custodial situations, and testimony.ADM 250: Police Field OperationsUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSULecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall or SpringThis course focuses on the duties, responsibilities, and ethicalconsiderations of patrol officers during field operations. Itemphasizes the different types of patrol and investigations,commonly encountered situations, techniques employed toaddress those situations, and the legal authorities related tosuch actions. Topics include written and oral communicationskills, interview/interrogation, report writing, use of force, trialpreparation and testimony, and the officer's role in communitypolicing practices and the criminal justice system in general.ADM 260: Organized Crime, Gangs, and TerrorismUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSULecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall or SpringThis course traces the origins and evolution of domestic andtransnational organized criminal and terrorist enterprises. Itemphasizes their illicit activities, including drug trafficking, vices,gangs, and international and domestic terrorism. The courseexplores the impact such activities and enterprises have hadon society, law enforcement, homeland security, and U.S.transnational relations.ADM 270: Crime and DelinquencyUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSULecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall or SpringThis course focuses on the nature and extent of the mostsignificant types of criminal and delinquent behavior of juvenileoffenders as well as the major theories and factors that mayexplain such behavior. The course also explores the origin anddevelopment of the juvenile justice system and examines therelevant crime control strategies, treatment and rehabilitationprograms, and the criminal justice processes applicable tojuvenile procedures. C-ID AJ-220.4Administration of JusticeADM 280: Criminal InvestigationUnits: 3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSULecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: Fall, SpringThis course focuses on the fundamentals of criminalinvestigations, including investigative techniques relevant toparticular types of crime (e.g., fingerprint/DNA collection, otherscientific evidence, surveillances, eyewitness identification,interviews, interrogations, and searches) and the relevant legaland ethical considerations related to such techniques. Thecourse reviews crime scene management and processing,including chain of custody issues and available scientific tests,with an emphasis on recording, collecting, and preservingphysical evidence. Students also learn the importance ofdocumentation and preparation for testimony at various legalproceedings. C-ID AJ-140.ADM 292: Internship StudiesUnits: 0.5-3Prerequisites: NoneCorequisite: Complete 75 hrs paid or 60 hrs non-paid work perunit.Enrollment Limitation: Instructor, dept chair, and Career Centerapproval. May not enroll in any combination of cooperativework experience and/or internship studies concurrently.Acceptable for Credit: CSUCourse Typically Offered: To be arrangedThis course provides students the opportunity to apply thetheories and techniques of their discipline in an internshipposition in a professional setting under the instruction of afaculty-mentor and site supervisor. It introduces studentsto aspects of the roles and responsibilities of professionalsemployed in the field of study. Topics include goal-setting,employability skills development, and examination of the worldof work as it relates to the student's career plans. Studentsmust develop new learning objectives and/or intern at a newsite upon each repetition. Students may not earn more than16 units in any combination of cooperative work experience(general or occupational) and/or internship studies duringcommunity college attendance.ADM 296: Topics in Administration of JusticeUnits: 1-3Prerequisites: NoneAcceptable for Credit: CSULecture 1 hour.Lecture 2 hours.Lecture 3 hours.Course Typically Offered: To be arrangedThis course gives students an opportunity to study topics inAdministration of Justice that are not included in regular courseofferings. Each Topics course is announced, described, andgiven its own title and 296 number designation in the classschedule.
Administration of JusticeADM 299: Occupational Cooperative Work ExperienceUnits: 1-4Prerequisites: NoneCorequisite: Complete 75 hrs paid or 60 hrs non-paid work perunit.Enrollment Limitation: Career Center approval. May not enrollin any combination of cooperative work experience and/orinternship studies concurrently.Acceptable for Credit: CSUCourse Typically Offered: To be arrangedCooperative Work Experience is intended for students who areemployed in a job directly related to their major. It allows suchstudents the opportunity to apply the theories and skills of theirdiscipline to their position and to undertake new responsibilitiesand learn new skills at work. Topics include goal-setting,employability skills development, and examination of the worldof work as it relates to the student's career plans. Students maynot earn more than 16 units in any combination of cooperativework experience (general or occupational) and/or internshipstudies during community college attendance.Administration of Justice5
Administration of Justice Administration of Justice The Administration of Justice discipline examines the structure, functions, laws and procedures, and decision-making . Students take administration of justice courses to prepare for a criminal justice, criminology, or law enforcement maj
with the Nursing Program's department chair or a MiraCosta College counselor. Contact Information Detailed information can be found in the LVN application packet available on the MiraCosta College website at miracosta.edu/LVN. Or, call the Nursing & Allied Health Office at 760.757.2121 x6466. 06/19 Revised
The MiraCosta Community College District mission is to provide superior educational opportunities and student-support services to a diverse population of learners with a focus on their success. MiraCosta offers associate degrees, university-transfer courses, career-and-technical education, certificate programs,
Mr.Justice Sh.Riaz Ahmed, HCJ Mr.Justice Munir A.Sheikh Mr.Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Mr.Justice Qazi Muhammad Farooq Mr.Justice Mian Muhammad Ajmal Mr.Justice Syed Deedar Hussain Shah Mr.Justice Hamid Ali Mirza Mr.Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar Mr.Justice Muhammad Nawaz Abbasi CONSTITUTION PETITION NO.15 OF 2002
Continuing Education at MiraCosta College respectfully serves our diverse community of lifelong learners by providing a holistic selection of learning opportunities, enabling and empowering learners to live successfully today and in the future. Continuing Education offers tuition–free noncredit courses and programs in the following categories :
Criminal Justice Information Project Catherine Plummer, SEARCH Pamela Scanlon, Automated Regional Justice Information System Laurie Smith, Kalamazoo Criminal Justice Council Integrated Justice Information System Institute (Integrated Justice Information Systems): Susan Bates, Justice Management Inc. Steve Mednick, Law Offices of Steven G.
Justice David S. Wiggins Justice Daryl L. Hecht Justice Brent R. Appel Justice Thomas D. Waterman Justice Edward M. Mansfield Justice Bruce B. Zager In Memoriam Chief Justice W. Ward Reynoldson (Iowa Supreme Court 1971-1987) Justice James H. Carter (Iowa Supreme Court 1982-2006)
MiraCosta's Programs A d va nc e d M a n uf ac tu ri n g M ac hi nis t Te ch no lo gy C N C O pe rat io n & Pr og ra m mi ng Bl ue pri nt Re ad in g, G D &T, an d ot he r inc OS H A & LE A N M
ASTM F2100-11 KC300 Masks† ASTM F1862 Fluid Resistance with synthetic blood, in mm Hg 80 mm Hg 80 mm Hg 120 mm Hg 120 mm Hg 160 mm Hg 160 mm Hg MIL-M-36954C Delta P Differential pressure, mm H 2O/cm2 4.0 mm H 2O 2.7 5.0 mm H 2O 3.7 5.0 mm H 2O 3.0 ASTM F2101 Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE), % 95% 99.9% 98% 99.9% 98% 99.8% .