Suggested Program of Study
CERTIFICATES AND DEGREE PROGRAMS FOR ARKANSAS’ LAW ENFORCEMENT In Cooperation with the Criminal Justice Institute of the University of Arkansas System
Students enrolled in the Crime Scene Investigation or Law Enforcement Administration programs of study must be current law enforcement officers eligible to attend advanced courses presented by the Criminal Justice Institute of the University of Arkansas System, complete basic law enforcement training at an ACLAST accredited academy, and the general education component of the program provided by Southeast Arkansas College (SEARK College).
SEARK College will grant credit and award certificate and associate degrees for Crime Scene Investigation/Law Enforcement Administration programs in partnership with the Criminal Justice Institute. Students must successfully complete a minimum number of general education credit hours for each certificate and the Associate of Applied Science degree at SEARK College before credit for any Criminal Justice Institute courses will be placed on the student’s transcript.
Arkansas’ Law Enforcement interested in applying for the Criminal Justice Institute courses must consult the Criminal Justice Institute or contact the Technical Studies Criminal Justice Program Coordinator for the professional curriculum:
Criminal Justice Institute
University of Arkansas System
26 Corporate Hill Drive
Little Rock, AR 72205
This is a suggested sequence for course offerings. Contact the Criminal Justice Program Coordinator, (870) 543-5918, for advisement and course scheduling.