Criminal Justice Transfer Program


Criminal Justice Courses

  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Introduction to Corrections
  • Criminal Justice Ethics
  • Criminology
  • Probation, Parole, Community-Based Corrections
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Juvenile Justice
  • White Collar Crime
  • Crime Analysis

Program Details

Award: Associate of Arts (AA)
Required number of credits: 64
Program Start: Fall, Spring, Summer

View Suggested Sequence of Study & Course Cost


After completing the two-year Criminal Justice programs, graduates can
find careers in county and municipal-level corrections, juvenile corrections,
and law enforcement, as well as further their education through a four-year
degree program.

After completing a four-year degree, graduates can find careers at the state and federal level in the court system, law enforcement, juvenile court services, probation and parole systems, Department of Human Services, and more.

The ability to be hired by a law enforcement agency may be impaired by any arrest record, juvenile or adult. Learn how your criminal history matters.

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Contact Us

Admissions Email us 319-296-4000 Hawkeye Center 114
Evening Program Coordinator Ryan Rasmussen Email me 319-296-4053 Hawkeye Center 203
Program Advisor Brittany Warren Email me 319-296-2329 ext.1086 Hawkeye Center 208
Faculty Mentor Michael Leary Email me 319-296-2329 ext.1069 Health Education and Services Center 222A
Faculty Mentor Jane Wagner Email me 319-296-2329 ext.1400 Health Education and Services Center 222B
Student Success Specialist Laurie Plum Email me 319-296-2329 ext.1065 Health Education and Services Center 205
Administrative Assistant Amy Rieck Email me 319-296-4010 Health Education and Services Center 222
Dean Dr. Gene Leutzinger, DNP Email me 319-296-4457 Grundy Hall 135
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