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  • LOCATED AT COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS, RANDOLPH: 

    A share time program designed to fulfill the needs of a student interested in Criminal Justice. The program is run by a partnership between Morris County Vocational School District and County College of Morris. High school juniors and seniors, from Morris County, will have the opportunity to take career-focused, college-level courses that offer three possible pathways after graduation for career advancement:
    1) Direct entry into the workforce with certifications and credit
    2) One-year completion of Associate’s Degree
    3) Transfer with advanced standing to a four- year college or university

    Features:
    • A minimum of 36 CCM college credits earned by the end of the program
    • Strong private and public-sector program partners who offer work-based learning experiences

     Morris County high school students in 10th grade may apply for their 11th and 12th-grade year. 

Overview of Program


  • Students attend the following session for Share Time programs:

    Year 1- 8:00 am to 10:50 am

    Year 2- 12:10 pm to 2:50 pm


    Students earn:

    • 20 Career and Technical Education credits per school year
    • Up to 36 college credits

    Junior Year:

    FALL

    Credits

    CJS 105 (2) Intro to Public Safety Careers

    2

    CJS 121 (3) Criminal Justice System

    3

    CHM 105 (4) Criminology

    3

    SPRING

    Credits

    CJS 214 (3) Juvenile Delinquency

    3

    CJS 126 (3) Intro to Emergency Management

    3

    CJS 110 (3) Intro to Policing

    3

    Total Credits Year 1

    17

     

    Senior Year: 

     

    FALL

    Credits

    CJS 221 (3) Criminal Law and Procedure

    3

    CHM 105 (4)   Forensic Science

    4

    CMP 135 (3) Computer Concepts

    3

    SPRING

    Credits

    SOC 214 (3) Cultural Diversity

    3

    CJS 213 (3) Police and the Community

    3

    CJS 215 (3) Investigative Function

    3

    Total Credits Year 2

    19