Academic Programs

The following academic programs constitute the Center for Law and Society:


Criminal Justice

(A.A.S. degree or certificate) provides a sound foundation for careers in the exciting field of criminal justice. For information, contact Elizabeth Canapary, Criminal Justice Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice, at

Fire Science

(A.A.S. degree) offers training and the academic background needed for a career in fire science. For more information, contact Carl Randolph, Fire Science Coordinator and Adjunct Professor of Fire Science, at

Paralegal Studies

(A.A.S. degree) is approved by the American Bar Association and provides entry into this fast-growing legal career. For more information, contact Jennifer Schneider, Paralegal Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Paralegal Studies, at