Choose Public Safety as YOUR Career!
Did you know that obtaining a degree through our College of Public Safety can provide you with a number of career opportunities such as:
- Law Enforcement Officer
- Corrections Officer
- Probation Officer
- Crime Scene Investigation(CSI)
- Cyber Security and Investigation
- Private Investigations
- Child Protection Investigator
- Non-sworn Investigator
- Juvenile Detention Officer
- School Resource Officer
SPC’s College of Public Safety Administration offers degrees and certificates in a variety of areas, such as Crime Scene Technology, Emergency Administration and Management and Fire Science Technology, just to name a few. Traditionally, many of the Public Safety academic courses are primarily online (for our bachelor’s degree program), and face-to-face at the SPC Allstate Center as well as at SPC’s Tarpon Springs Campus for the lower division courses.
Effective the Fall 2019 semester, the College of Public Safety Administration program is offering a pilot program on the SPC St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus!
The courses offered at the SPC St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus for Fall 2019 are:
- CCJ 1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice – 8 Week 1 & 2
- CJE 1202 Crime & Delinquency in – 8 Week 2
Additionally, there are Criminal Justice Courses offered on the Tarpon Springs and Allstate Center Campuses. These courses include:
Allstate Center (Home of the College of Public Safety) Fall 2019 Courses:
- Online Sections (Fall 2019):
- Intro to Criminal Justice – 8 Week 1 & 2
- Gangs & Terrorism – 8 Week 1
- Crime & Delinquency – 8 Week 1
- Investigative Trends – 8 Week 1 & 2
- Survey of Research Methods for Criminal Justice – 8 Week 2
- Constitutional Law/Rule of Evidence – 8 Week 2
- Crime Scene Safety – 8 Week 1
- Fingerprint classification – 8 Week 1
- Advance Crime Scene Technology – 8 Week 2
- Courtroom Presentation of Evidence – 8 Week 2
- Face-to-Face (Fall 2019):
- Constitutional Law – 8 Week 1
- Survey of Research Methods for Criminal Justice (High School Students Only)
- Crime and Delinquency (High School Students Only)
- Intro to Crime Scene – 8 Week 1
- Crime Scene Photography – 8 Week 1
- Intro to Forensic Science – 8 Week 2
- Latent Fingerprint Development – 8 Week 2
- Biological Evidence – 8 Week 2
Tarpon Springs Campus Fall 2019 Courses:
- Fall 2019:
- CCJ 1020 – Introduction to Criminal Justice – 8 Week 1
- CJE 2605 – Investigative Trends – 8 Week 2
As far as Upper Division courses in our bachelor’s degree in Public Safety, all courses are offered online and are all eight week courses.
Should you have any questions about the Public Safety programs, please contact advising at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you in our courses in the fall!
Looking to further explore the possibilities of Public Safety? Be sure to check out a few of our upcoming events during Public Safety, Public Policy, and Legal Studies Week this September 16 – 20, 2019! More information to come.