Credit Hours: 63
Recommended Sequence of Courses
The recommended course sequences listed here are for reference purposes only. Students should consult their academic adviser for the most up to date course selection and degree requirements.
|Dept and No.||
Descriptive Title of Course
|CJ 102||Introduction to CJ||3|
|ENGL 101||College Writing I||3|
|IDS 101||The First-Year Seminar||1|
|MATH||Basic Algebra or higher level MATH||3|
|IT 105||PC Office Applications||3|
|SOCI 101||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|PSYC 101||General Psychology||3|
|CJ 110||Introduction to Policing||3|
|CJ 115||Survey of Corrections||3|
|ENGL 102||College Writing II||3|
|SCI ELECT LAB||Science Elective - Laboratory Course||4|
Total Semester Credits
|Dept and No.||Descriptive Title of Course||
|ARHM ELEC||Arts/Humanities Elective¹||3|
|CJ 223P||Field Experience Prep2,3||3|
|POSC 201||State & Local Government||3|
|PHED 105||Wellness and Fitness||2|
|PSYC 202/202/230||Adolescence and Adulthood/Developmental Psych/Psych of Adolescence||3|
|COMM 107||Speech Communication||3|
|POSC 310||Public Policy||3|
|CJ 210||Juvenile Delinquency||3|
|CJ 223||Field Experience I/Curricular Elective2,3||3|
|MATH ELEC||Math Elective||3|
Total Semester Credits
Students must either take or test out of ENGL 050: Critical and Analytical
¹ Recommended: MATH 102 or 111.
² Internships are limited to those with a 3.0 GPA in their major and recommendation of curriculum coordinator.
³ Students who are eligible for a field experience must attend field experience preparation workshop (CJ 223P) before their field experience (CJ 223).
4Please refer to pages 72 and 73 for a list of courses fulfilling the distribution requirements.
5Students considering the Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice are strongly encouraged to select courses in a respective minor area or a 300-400 level CJ course.
6Students intending to continue the Criminal Justice Bachelor's of Science program should consider taking a 200-level Arts and Humanities course.
The academic advisor assists the student in planning his/her curriculum and in preregistration; however, the student is ultimately responsible for meeting the requirements of the curriculum selected. Not every course is offered every semester at every location. Course offerings are dependent on enrollment.