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Criminal Justice Transfer Program Courses

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

2017–2018 Suggested Sequence of Study

 The following suggested sequence of study is for new full-time students starting the program in the academic year listed.

 When registering for classes refer to your Program Evaluation/Degree Audit to see your specific program requirements and ensure proper registration.

 Courses are subject to change.

◆ General education course
► Course has a prerequisite and/or corequisite.
◉ UNI specific or preferred courses.

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Semester 1
CRJ-100 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3
ENG-105 Composition I 3
MAT-110 Math for Liberal Arts -OR- 3
MAT-122 College Algebra -OR- 5
MAT-128 Precalculus -OR- 4
MAT-134 Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry -OR- 3
MAT-156 Statistics ◉ -OR- 3
MAT-210 Calculus I 4
SOC-205 Diversity in America ◉ -OR- 3
Social Diversity Course 3
SPC-101 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3
Total Credits 15

Semester 2
CRJ-120 Introduction to Corrections 3
CRJ-320 Criminal Justice Ethics 3
ENG-106 Composition II 3
PSY-111 Introduction to Psychology -OR- 3
SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3
Humanities B: Literature and Fine Arts Course -OR-
Humanities B: Philosophy and Religion Course -OR-
Humanities B: Non-Western Cultures
Two courses from Humanities B in two different areas.
3
Total Credits 15

Semester 3
CRJ-200 Criminology 3
CRJ-233 Probation, Parole, Community-Based Corrections 3
HIS-117 Western Civilization I: Ancient and Medieval -OR- 3
HIS-118 Western Civilization II: Early Modern -OR- 3
HIS-119 Western Civilization III: The Modern Period 3
Social Science: Topics in Social Science Course 3
Biological Science Course -OR- 4
Physical Science Course
Must complete one 4-hour science laboratory course. Complete a total of 7 credits from Biological Sciences and Physical Sciences.
4
Total Credits 16

Semester 4
CRJ-201 Juvenile Delinquency 3
CRJ-316 Juvenile Justice -OR- 3
CRJ-317 White Collar Crime -OR- 3
CRJ-318 Crime Analysis
Must complete 6 credits total.
3
CRJ-316 Juvenile Justice -OR- 3
CRJ-317 White Collar Crime -OR- 3
CRJ-318 Crime Analysis
Must complete 6 credits total.
3
HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 -OR- 3
HIS-152 U.S. History Since 1877 -OR- 3
POL-111 American National Government 3
Humanities B: Literature and Fine Arts Course -OR-
Humanities B: Philosophy and Religion Course -OR-
Humanities B: Non-Western Cultures
Two courses from Humanities B in two different areas.
3
Biological Science Course -OR- 3
Physical Science Course
Must complete one 4-hour science laboratory course. Complete a total of 7 credits from Biological Sciences and Physical Sciences.
3
Total Credits 18

Biological Science Courses
BIO-105 Introductory Biology 4
BIO-112 General Biology I 4
BIO-113 General Biology II 4
BIO-154 Human Biology 3
BIO-163 Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology 4
BIO-168 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4
BIO-186 Microbiology 4
CNS-121 Environmental Conservation * 3

* CNS-121 or ENV-115/116: Only one can be taken toward your 7 hours of science.

Physical Science Courses
CHM-122 Introduction to General Chemistry 4
CHM-165 General Chemistry I 4
ENV-115 Environmental Science * 3
ENV-116 Environmental Science Lab * 1
GEO-131 Physical Geography 3
GEO-132 Physical Geography Lab 1
PHS-120 Exploring Physical Science 4
PHS-142 Principles of Astronomy 3
PHS-152 Astronomy 4
PHY-162 College Physics I 4
PHY-212 Classical Physics I 5

* CNS-121 or ENV-115/116: Only one can be taken toward your 7 hours of science.

Humanities B: Literature and Fine Arts Courses
ART-101 Art Appreciation 3
ART-203 Art History I 3
ART-204 Art History II 3
DRA-107 Theatrical Arts and Society 3
LIT-101 Introduction to Literature 3
MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3

Humanities B: Philosophy and Religion Courses
PHI-101 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PHI-105 Introduction to Ethics 3
REL-101 Survey of World Religions 3
REL-130 Introduction to Religions of the East 3

Humanities B: Non-Western Cultures Courses
CLS-130 African Cultures 3
CLS-141 Middle Eastern History and Culture 3
CLS-150 Latin American History and Culture 3
CLS-160 East Asian Cultures 3
CLS-164 Japanese History and Culture 3
CLS-172 Russian Civilization 3

Social Science: Topics in Social Sciences
GEO-121 World Regional Geography 3
POL-121 International Relations 3
POL-125 Comparative Government and Politics 3
PSY-121 Developmental Psychology 3
PSY-251 Social Psychology 3
SOC-115 Social Problems 3
SOC-120 Marriage and Family 3
SOC-135 Death and Dying 3
SOC-208 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3
SOC-220 Sociology of Aging 3

Social Diversity Courses
COM-148 Diversity and the Media 3
EDU-223 Multicultural Education 3
LIT-133 Minority Voices in U.S. Literature 3
PSY-262 Psychology of Gender 3
SOC-200 Minority Group Relations 3
WST-101 Women's Studies 3

Student Success Specialist

Darla Palmer
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Program Advisors

Patrick Fisher
Health Education and Services Center 222A
319-296-2329 ext.1330
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Michael Leary
Health Education and Services Center 222D
319-296-2329 ext.1069
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Jane Wagner
Health Education and Services Center 222B
319-296-2329 ext.1400
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Department Secretary

Amy Rieck
Health Education and Services Center 222
319-296-4010
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Interprofessional Health and Safety Services

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319-296-4457
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