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Career & Workforce Education

Career & Workforce Education

Administration of Justice - Probation/Correction Officer

Gainful Employment Disclosures - Probation(Correction Officer)

Program Description

This program prepares students to work as a probation or corrections officer in a variety of settings including both public and private detention centers, prisons, juvenile correctional facilities and county jails.

Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion, students will be able to enter a career in Corrections, Probation, and/or Parole Departments and formulate a treatment program for juvenile criminal offenders.


AdmJus 1 Introduction to Administration of Justice (3 Units)
AdmJus 8 Juvenile Procedures (3 Units)
AdmJus 39 Probation & Parole (3 Units)
AdmJus 75 Introduction to Corrections (3 Units)
AdmJus 150 Understanding Street & Prison Gangs (3 Units)
AdmJus 385 Directed Studies (Internship) (3 Units)

Total Units: 18

CTE Counselors

Online counseling only.
Schedule an appointment here: Cranium Cafe Link

Contact Us

Career & Workforce Education

Location: Collaboartive Studies Building (CSB) 107

Marla Uliana
Dean, Career & Workforce Education

Ana Iniguez
SFP Program Technician

Sophia Robles
SFP Specialist 
818-364-7600 ext 7114

Tracy Harkins
Health and Kinesiology Faculty
CE Faculty Liaison