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Welcome to the Criminal Justice program at Lake Land College!
If you are looking for an exciting career in the field of criminal justice, you have just taken the first step to making your goal a reality! The criminal justice program at Lake Land College is an intensive two-year course of study, which will prepare you for employment with a criminal justice agency or for transfer to a four-year college or university.
CONCEALED CARRY INFORMATION
Lake Land College is offering a variety of courses for Illinois concealed carry courses! Here are the classes we have scheduled right now (more are expected):
CJS056-33775: 8am - 5pm Saturday, March 8 AND Sunday, March 9
CJS056-33776: 6pm - 10pm Mondays, March 7 & March 14 AND 6pm - 10pm Tuesdays, March 8 & March 15
CJS056-33777: 8am - 5pm Saturday, April 26 AND Sunday, April 27
CJS056-33778: 6pm - 10pm Monday, May 5 & Monday, May 12 AND 8am - 5pm Sunday, May 18
CJS057-33785: 6pm - 10pm Monday, April 14 AND 6pm - 10pm Tuesday, April 15
CJS057-33788: 8am - 5pm Sunday, April 27
Here is information on the concealed carry courses, including how to register for the courses and which course you should take (16-hour vs. 8-hour):
Fall 2014 Kluthe Cohort Information
In the upcoming fall semester, the criminal justice program will begin an innovative endeavor involving a cohort of new CJS majors. Students will have the option of starting Lake Land College in the cohort, which will provide a core group of students with the same course schedule and classes, allowing both a rewarding and a convenient experience in their educational goals!
The cohort will allow students to take all of their classes for an Associate's Degree focusing in Criminal Justice at the Effingham Kluthe Center. It is anticipated students will attend classes four days a week, typically between the hours of 9am - 3pm each day (some exceptions may apply). This criminal justice-focused curriculum will allow students to complete their Associate in Arts degree in two years.
This link provides more details:
Interested students should speak with their Lake Land College Counselor about this opportunity at their first visit. Students who have not yet applied to the College will be assigned a Counselor.
Core Classes Required
The Associate of Arts (AA) program incorporates general education classes with core criminal justice classes including:
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Evidence & Procedures
We also offer an internship program specific for criminal justice majors (CJS104).
Though all of these courses are offered on the main Lake Land College campus, a variety of CJ classes are also offered at the Effingham Kluthe Center, online, and at other various off campus locations throughout the Lake Land College district, making obtaining your education very affordable and convenient!
Making the Decision...
Making the decision to go to college is a big one. It is true that some departments do not require college credit, however most are evolving to require either college credit or military experience. If you have a specific department in mind to work for, it is important to find out what type of educational requirement they have for hiring.
You will NEVER go wrong with going to college. If you are under 21 years old, your possibilities are limited in the field of criminal justice anyway. If you are 21 years old or older, you might as well advance your education while testing and applying at criminal justice agencies!
Below you will find information about our curriculum, as well as contact information if you have any questions about the program at Lake Land College.
Internship Opportunity (CJS104)
The application deadline for criminal justice internship has closed. We will be posting a Fall, 2014 internship application in the coming months.
The McLean County Sheriff's Office (Bloomington, IL) is holding Orientation and Testing on Wednesday, April 23rd. Applications are available at www.mcleancountyil.gov/sheriff.
Don't really care where you work? These two cites are focused on the recruitment of criminal justice professionals:
For more information regarding the criminal justice program at Lake Land College, contact:
Dustin D. Heuerman
Dustin D. Heuerman, M.S.,
James Jarrett, J.D.,
Dave Chambers, M.S.,
Duane Deters, J.D.,
Jodi Swann, J.D.,