Guam - With more and more students showing interest in the criminal justice field, the Guam Community College is hoping for some added space to accommodate the vested interest. According to president Mary Okada, the college is working on an architectural and engineering portion for an extension of facilities.
"We do have a high number of criminal justice majors," Okada pointed out. "We do have a lot of interest in forensic science and so there are going to be come classroom spaces, some faculty offices and, of course, DNA serology, which is the Guam Police Department's component of the expansion."
Last year, GCC added new forensic science concentrations to its curriculum for those interested in getting an associates degree in those fields.