Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Transfer Program

The Criminal Justice program is designed to allow students to complete the first two years of a four-year bachelor's degree program. A variety of courses from a wide range of disciplines are offered to prepare students to transfer to public or private four-year colleges and universities. This degree offers a balanced distribution of criminal justice courses and liberal arts electives.

The Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice degree enables graduates to enter four-year institutions with junior standing in Criminal Justice. If graduates decide to postpone their transfer, the courses in the program could prepare the associate degree graduate for entry-level employment in the criminal justice career field.

Transfer Information

This degree provides all the necessary general education and specific course requirements to allow graduates to transfer to any four-year institution and to pursue degrees in criminal justice related majors such as Corrections, Criminology, or Social Work. For more information, contact a program advisor.

 

Program Contacts

Department Secretary

Nichole Anfinson
Health Education and Services Center 217B
319-296-4010
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Program Advisors

Patrick Fisher
Health Education and Services Center 217A
319-296-2329 ext.1330
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Jane Wagner
Health Education and Services Center 217D
319-296-2329 ext.1400
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Dean

Bryan Renfro
Black Hawk Hall 180
319-296-4427
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