Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice careers can encompass a variety of jobs. The employment possibilities within the traditional police courts and corrections areas are being expanded with opportunities in private business. From police officers to private detectives, youth care workers to security guards, these people help our society run smoothly and within the realms of the law. Graduates of a criminal justice program find employment opportunities in law enforcement at the federal, state and local level, adult and juvenile correctional facilities, community correctional programs, child advocacy, juvenile agencies, victim advocacy, protective services and other service agencies.

Associate Degree

Criminal Justice (AA-CRIJ)

Staff Faculty

Name E-mail Phone Location
Ramirez, Rosalba rramirez_5964 956-872-6724 Pecan T1-326
Name E-mail Phone Location
Andre, Lisa landre1 956-872-2523 Pecan T2-630
Escaname, Rogelio rescanam 956-872-2687 Pecan T1-332
Hughes, Marc mhughes1 956-872-2019 Pecan T1-312
James, Blair jblair 956-447-1225 Weslaco G-236
McMillan, Ferrin fmcmillan 956-488-5861 Starr E2-726
Peterson, Kelly peterson 956-973-7624 Mid-Valley G-294
Stough, Mark mgstough 956-872-3462 Pecan T1-316

For Adjunct instructor please contact faculty secretary, Anna Guajardo at (956) 872-6724

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