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Transfer Pathway:

Criminal Justice, BS

Criminal Justice, BS

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Earn Your Criminal Justice, BS at A&M-Central Texas:

The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program prepares students for positions in public and privates agencies and organizations at national, state, and local levels, such as law enforcement, community and institutional corrections, and research. Learn more about our Criminal Justice, BS here.

Core Requirements
(Transfer Credits)
Other Institution Course Title SCH
CORE REQ (010)Communication Selection (010)3
CORE REQ (010)Communication Selection (010)3
CORE REQ (020)Mathematics Selection (020)3
CORE REQ (030)Life and Physical Sciences Selection (030)3
CORE REQ (030)Life and Physical Sciences Selection (030)3
CORE REQ (040)Language, Philosophy, and Culture Selection (040)3
CORE REQ (050)Creative Arts Selection (050)3
CORE REQ (060)American History Selection (060)3
CORE REQ (060)American History Selection (060)3
CORE REQ (070)Government/Political Science Selection (070)3
CORE REQ (070)Government/Political Science Selection (070)3
CORE REQ (080)Social and Behavioral Sciences Selection (080)3
CORE REQ (090)Component Area Selection (090)3
CORE REQ (090)Component Area Selection (090)3
Subtotal: 42
Additional Lower-Level Degree Requirements
(Transfer Credits)
Other Institution Course Title SCH
Any Level ElectiveAny Level Elective18
Subtotal: 18
Upper-Level Degree Requirements
(Taken at A&M-Central Texas)
TAMUCT Institution Course Title SCH
Any Level ElectiveAny Level Elective3
CRIJ 3305Criminology3
CRIJ 3310Criminal Justice Supervision and Management3
CRIJ 3315Criminal Evidence3
CRIJ 4303, SOCI 3303Race, Crime, and Justice, Race and Ethnicity3
CRIJ 4312Criminal Justice Ethics3
CRIJ 4316Methods of Criminal Justice Research3
CRIJ 4395Criminal Justice Senior Seminar3
SOCI 4315, PSYC 3330, CRIJ 4315Social Science Statistics, Statistics for the Behavioral Science, Criminal Justice Statistics3
SOSC 3300Social Science Proseminar3
Upper-level Criminal Justice ElectiveUpper-level Criminal Justice Elective18
Upper-level Social Sciences ElectiveUpper-level Social Sciences Elective12
Subtotal: 60
Total: 120

Notice:
  • For the Occupational/Technical Specialization credits, students must have a minimum of 12 semester credit hours consisting of technical, vocational, and military training. May include academic electives to complete the maximum allowable 33 semester credit hours.
  • Transfer guides are for planning and visualization purposes only. Official degree plans will be provided after admission.