Criminal Justice AA

Transfer Degree

 

Criminal Justice - AA Degree

Students interested in Criminal Justice with plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree would follow this recommended track.

Student should work closely with their OJC advisor and contact their transfer institution choices for more specific transfer information. Other transfer information can be found at: The Colorado Dept. of Higher Education: http://highered.colorado.gov/Academics/Transfers/

Freshman Year

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

ENG 121
HIS
MAT ----
SOC 101
CRJ 110

English Composition I
History
**See note a bottom of page**
Intro to Sociology I
Introduction to Criminal Justice System

3
3
3-4
3
3

 

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ENG 122
CRJ 125
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Social & Behavioral Sciences
Arts and Humanities
English Comp. II
Policing Systems
**Electives

 

3
3
3
3
3

 

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

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CRJ 145
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Lab Science
Arts and Humanities
Correctional Process
**Electives

4
3
3
3

 

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CRJ
COM 115
    or COM 125

*Criminal Justice Courses
Lab Science
Public Speaking
    or Interpersonal Communication

 

6
4
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3

 

Transfer Degree ADVISING SHEET

 

*Choose two (2) courses from the following:

CRJ 127 Crime Scene Investigation, CRJ 135 Judicial Functions, CRJ 205 Principles of Criminal Law, CRJ 209 Criminal Investigations, CRJ 230 Criminology, CRJ 231 Introduction to Forensic Science & Criminalistics, CRJ 235 Delinquent Behavior, CRJ 236 Criminal Justice Research Methods, CRJ 257 Victimology, CRJ 268 Criminal Profiling

**Choose three (3) courses from the following:

ANT 201 Introduction to Forensic Anthropology, CNG 258 Computer Forensics, COM 217 Group Communication, COM 225 Organizational Communications, POS 111 American Government, POS 125 American/ State and Local Government, PSY 207 Introduction to Forensic Psychology, PSY 217 Human Sexuality, PSY 226 Social Psychology, PSY 249 Abnormal Psychology, SOC 231 Sociology of Deviant Behavior.

 ***One GT Pathways course (GT-MA1), prefer MAT 135: Introduction to Statistics;
Except:
*Colorado Mesa University requires either MAT 120:Mathematics for the Liberal Arts or MAT 121:College Algebra
*University of Northern Colorado requires MAT 135:Introduction to Statistics

*If a student should need to take remedial and/or pre-requisite courses they are not included in this degree plan.

*Some courses may not be offered at OJC but available with CCCOnline.

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