Home >  Academics >  Administration of Justice

Administration of Justice (ADMJ)

Career Options & Highlights

Never before has there been a greater demand for well-trained and educated professionals in the law enforcement and correctional fields. Folsom Lake College’s program concentrates on training individuals for entry-level positions in a wide variety of careers in the Administration of Justice field. Graduates will be able to seek employment at either the local, state, federal or private level. Such careers include corrections, uniform patrol, investigations and criminal identification.

Career Options
Police Officer; Deputy Sheriff; Crime Scene Investigator; Identification Technician; Community Services Officer; Corrections Officer; Parole Officer; Probation Officer and a variety of support service occupations. Potential employers include: Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies (Sheriff, Police, California Highway Patrol, Federal Bureau of Investigations, Drug Enforcement Administration, Department of Justice, Crime Scene Investigations, and California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation).

Some positions, however, require a four-year degree for which FLC’s program is a good base for transfer.

Updated 06/14/13

  • Class schedule now online

    Class schedule now online

    The Spring class schedule is online now! Click on the photo for more info.
    morenews
  • ANON(YMOUS)

    ANON(YMOUS)

    The Falcon's Eye Theatre's fall production will run Nov. 7-23
    morenews
  • Art Reception

    Art Reception

    FLC will host a community reception for the 7th Annual Disability Awareness Art Exhibition on Nov. 6
    morenews
  • Speaker Series

    Speaker Series

    George Wheeldon presents on Nov. 19
    morenews
  • Watch Bera & Ose Debate

    Watch Bera & Ose Debate

    Did you miss the Doug Ose and Ami Bera Debate? Watch it here.
    morenews
  • Supporting Student Success

    Supporting Student Success

    Folsom Lake College offers a variety of free workshops to help students succeed
    morenews
If you have javascript disabled, click here to view the content