Morris County Vocational School District Partners with County College Criminal Justice Program | Citizen news
DENVILLE TWP. – The Morris County Vocational School District, in partnership with the County College of Morris (CCM), is offering a new timeshare program, Criminal Justice, for high school students in Morris County.
The program is for students interested in law, public safety, corrections and security.
Students will learn through college-level work and hands-on activities, according to a statement issued by the professional district.
âWe are delighted to offer a new program for high school students who wish to pursue a career in criminal justice and public safety. We know that many high school students will be excited to start earning college credit in this area, âsaid Shari Castelli, Assistant Superintendent of Program and Education at Morris County Vocational School District.
Classes will include an introduction to careers in public safety, criminology, policing, emergency management, juvenile delinquency, criminal law and procedure, forensic science and cultural diversity. .
Upon completion of the two-year program, students will earn 36 CCM credits with three possible post-graduation pathways for career advancement.
1) Direct entry into the labor market with college credit
2) One-year completion of the associate degree
3) Transfer with equivalence to a four-year college or university
Grade 10 students can apply through an online application at www.mcvts.org/apply, click Share Time Programs.
District timeshare programs offer a half-day of specialized vocational training and technical education as part of a student’s high school curriculum. The programs prepare students for career-related employment and post-secondary placement.