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Degrees & Program Pathways

Mid Michigan College offers an Associate in Arts (AA) through our Criminal Justice Law Enforcement MiTransfer Pathway.

Many Criminal Justice positions require a 4-year degree, Mid's Criminal Justice Law Enforcement MiTransfer Pathway is the first step toward these local, State, and federal positions.

Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement MiTransfer (AA) - Guided Pathway

Mid Michigan College offers an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Criminal Justice - Pre Service through our guided pathway.

This degree is designed for students who plan to successfully complete an approved Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) police academy. Mid has signed articulation agreements with Delta College and Kirtland Community College Police Academies. However, we have had students complete MCOLES academies across the State.

Upon successfully completing the Police Academy, the student is awarded their associate degree.

CJS-Pre Service (AAS) - Guided Pathway

Mid Michigan College offers an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Criminal Justice: State Corrections

Mid Michigan College and the Michigan Department of Corrections offers a State Corrections Officer Training Program.

Mid’s five core courses have been established by the Michigan Correctional Officers’ Training Council. Courses are offered in Fall, Winter, and Spring, and as independent studies to assure graduation in a timely fashion. The College issues certificates for the Michigan Correctional Officers’ Training Council to students who successfully complete the five required State Corrections core classes (15 credit hours).

CJs-State Corrections (AAS) - Guided Pathway

Mid Michigan College also offers
Local Corrections Officer Academy Short-Term Training.
  • This 3-course, 160-hour training allows you to enter the workforce quickly, and offers college credit to be applied to your journey toward an associate degree.
Local Corrections Officer Professional Development.
  • Various training modules fulfill annual training requirements mandated by the State for local detention professionals.
Local Corrections Officer Physical Abilities Test (LCOPAT)
 
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