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Criminal Justice 2+2 Bachelor’s Degree Program* Columbia State Community College and Tennessee State University Partnership Columbia State and Tennessee State University (TSU) have teamed up to provide Associate’s Degree students the opportunity to complete the TSU Criminal Justice Bachelor’s Degree directly from Columbia State campus in Columbia, TN rather than on the TSU campus in Nashville, TN. In cooperation with the Tennessee Board of Regents, students complete the General Transfer A.S. (or A.A.) Degree with a Criminal Justice emphasis through Columbia State and then “transfer” to TSU for completion of the B.S. (or B.A.) Degree (see reverse side for program requirements). Quality Education and Student Advisement By offering all courses through Columbia State, students can maintain their local residences, continue to work, and avoid the anxiety and hassle of relocation. TSU provides the same high value, affordable, educational experience and main campus quality instruction in traditional classroom, online, and hybrid formats. In addition, students receive individual assistance and advisement via a TSU Off-Campus Program Coordinator and Off- Campus Counselor, who strive to ensure the students enjoy all of the benefits of the TSU Criminal Justice Program, but from a distance. 2011 Cohort Now Forming A cohort for Fall 2011 is now forming - contact one of the 2+2 Program representatives below to get more details and to schedule an advisement appointment! 2+2 Program Contacts Dr. Cyndi Koller Adrian Miller Dr. Robert Grubb, Jr. TSU Off-Campus Program TSU Off-Campus Program Columbia State Coordinator Counselor CJ Program Director (615) 963-7040 (615) 963-7182 (931) 540-2758 CKoller@Tnstate.edu Amiller9@tnstate.edu firstname.lastname@example.org www.tnstate.edu www.columbiastate.edu/criminal-justice *Program availability contingent upon minimum enrollment requirements. Columbia State Community College & Tennessee State University In partnership ... bringing TSU to you! Tennessee State University & Columbia State Community College 2+2 Criminal Justice Bachelor’s Degree Program Course Requirements* Columbia State Community College* English Natural Science □ ENGL 1010 Composition I 3 □ Natural Science Elective 4 □ ENGL 1020 Composition II 3 □ Natural Science Elective 4 Electives must meet general requirements. Speech (Choose One) 3 □ COMM 1120 Intro to Communication Major Core Courses 19 □ COMM 2100 Argumentation and Debate □ CJT 1000 Introduction to Criminal Justice □ Criminal Law Class (Choose One) Humanities/Fine Arts 9 CJT 1010 Criminal Law □ Literature Elective CJT 201 Constitutional Rights of Prisoners □ Humanities Elective CJT 207 Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure □ Humanities Elective □ CJT 1100 Introduction to Law Enforcement Electives must meet general requirements. □ CJT 1200 Introduction to Corrections □ CIS 109 Computer Applications History** (Choose Two) 6 □ PSY 205 Psychology of Adjustment □ HIST 2010 Survey of Am History I □ CJT or University Parallel Elective (One Credit □ HIST 2020 Survey of Am History II Minimum) □ HIST 2030 Tennessee History Total Credits 60 Social/Behavioral Sciences □ PSY 203 Introductory to Psychology 3 *General Transfer A.S. Degree with Criminal Justice em- □ SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology 3 phasis. A.A. Degree has foreign language requirements. Please see Columbia State Catalog. Mathematics **See advisor regarding World Civilization course option □ Math Elective 3 if High School history courses completed. Elective must meet general requirements. Tennessee State University Junior Year Senior Year English Sociology □ ENGL 3106 Technical Report Writing 3 □ SOCI UD Elective 3 Psychology Criminal Justice □ PSYC 3210 Abnormal Psychology 3 □ CRMJ UD Elective 3 □ PSYC 3410 Social Psychology 3 □ CRMJ UD Elective 3 □ PSYC UD Elective 3 □ CRMJ UD Elective 3 □ CRMJ UD Elective 3 Sociology □ CRMJ 4500 Senior Project 3 □ SOCI 2300 Social Problems 3 □ CRMJ 4000 Senior Practicum 12 □ SOCI 3000 Statistics 3 □ SOCI UD Elective 3 Total Credits 60 □ SOCI UD Elective 3 *Upper Division (UD) CRMJ Electives may be substituted for Criminal Justice UD Psychology and Sociology Electives with Departmental □ CRMJ 3000 Research Methods 3 Approval. □ CRMJ UD Elective 3 ___________________________________________________________________________________________ *Courses subject to change based on Tennessee Board of Regents’ transfer and degree requirements. Minimum GPA requirements for admission and degree. See current TSU Undergraduate Catalog at http://www.tnstate.edu.
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