Dec 15, 2018  
2018-2019 Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Administration of Justice Concentration, Arts and Sciences, A.A.


This program is intended as a transfer program for students interested in pursuing a four-year degree in criminal justice or related fields. Students should confer with program faculty and advising staff as early as possible to discuss transfer institutions and requirements, as well as both career and educational goals.

Program Pathway

First Year Fall   First Year Spring
Course Number Course Name Credits   Course Number Course Name Credits

ENG 101

English Composition
(ELL 101  is an approved substitution for ENG 101)
3   ENG 102
or
ENG 112
Composition and Literature
or
Technical Writing I
3
MAT 109 Introduction to Statistics 3   SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
Gen Ed Arts/Humanities (foreign language recommended) 3   Gen Ed Arts/Humanities  3
Gen Ed Diversity 3   ADJ 203 Criminal Law 3
ADJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3   POL 101 American Government 3
TOTAL   15   TOTAL   15
Second Year Fall   Second Year Spring
Course Number Course Name Credits   Course Number Course Name Credits
Gen Ed Biological/Physical Science 
(of your two science requirements, one must have a lab)
3   Gen Ed Biological/Physical Science
(of your two Science requirements, one must have a lab)
4
HIS History 101, 102, 201, or 202 3   SOC 103 Criminology 3
PSY 101 General Psychology 3   Elective Choose in consultation with an advisor 3
SPD 103
or
SPD 108
Public Speaking
or
Introduction to Human Communication
3   Elective Choose in consultation with an advisor 3
Elective Choose in consultation with an advisor 2   ADJ 206 Criminal Procedure for Criminal Justice 3
TOTAL   14   TOTAL   16

General Education Requirements (31-32 Credits)


Arts/Humanities


Behavioral/Social Sciences


Select one History (HIS) course from the following list:


Biological/Physical Science


Diversity


English


A minimum grade of “C” or better is required for ENG-101 and ELL-101

Free Electives (7-9 Credits)


Electives should be selected in consultation with a transfer advisor and the transfer institution. Some recommended courses are listed below:

Degree Requirement (60 Credits)