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MAJOR IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORRECTIONS

 

BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

(no minor required)

 

Successful completion of the Bachelor of Applied Science degree program in Criminal Justice requires the following:

 

  1. Students must pass all Criminal Justice and Chemical Dependency courses with a grade of C or higher;
  2. Forty-two hours of upper division coursework is required. As this is a B.A.S. degree, upper division hours outside the major or minor are not required.
 
Supporting Course Work (*may count as General Education)
Degree Plan
General Education Credits
41

2013-14
2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

2009-10

2008-09

2007-08

 

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Writing Intensive Credits
12
ACAD 101 Student Success Seminar
3
MATH 111 Intermediate Algebra
or Math 131 College Algebra
3
PHSC 171/173* Forensic Science I & Lab
4
PHSC 172/174 Forensic Science II: Crime Scene Investigation & Lab
4
POLS 201 * American National Government
3
PSY 102* General Psychology
3
SOC 101* Intro. to Sociology
or SOC 102* Social Problems
or SWK 101 Intro to Social Welfare 7 Social Work
3
SOC 302 Research Methods
3
SOC 331 Criminology
3
 
Extra Math/Computer Science Courses Required for B.A.S. Degree
MATH 321 Statistics  
or SOC 323 Social Statistics (also listed as GEOG/PSY 323)
3

One course CMPS or MATH beyond General Education

3
Total credit hours
6
 
Criminal Justice Core Courses (required by all concentrations)
CJUS 111 Introduction to Criminal Justice
3
 
CJUS 210 Police & Society
3
CJUS 230 Introduction to Corrections
3
CJUS 250 Courts & the Criminal Justice System
3
CJUS 260 Juvenile Justice & Delinquency
3
CJUS 321 Criminal Justice and Minorities
3
CJUS 497 Critinal Justice Professional Skills
3
Total credit hours
21
 

Corrections Concentration

  CJUS 251 Institutional Corrections
3

 

CJUS 361 Community Based Corrections
3
CJUS 419 Corrections Law
3

Students must select fifteen credit hours of upper division

criminal justice or chemical dependency elective coursework

15
  Subtotal of Corrections Concentration
24
 


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