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					                                                         EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY                                                                       September 2010
                                                             ARTICULATION GUIDE                                                                       UPDATE: APRIL 2012
 Washtenaw Community College– Associate in Arts in Criminal Justice
 Eastern Michigan University – Bachelor of Science in Criminology & Criminal Justice
 Washtenaw Community College                                                                           Eastern Michigan University
 MACRAO Gen ED Requirements                                                   (33 credits)                                                                                         (33 credits)
 1. English Writing Requirement                                                     (7 credits)                                                                                           (7 credits)
      ENG 111 English I ........................................................................... 4  ENGL 121 English Comp I ............................................................ 4
      ENG 226 English II .......................................................................... 3  ENGL 225 Writing In a Changing World ....................................... 3
 2. Math/Science Requirement                                                        (8 credits)                                                                                           (8 credits)
  *1 MTH 160 Basic Statistics (Complete at WCC) ................................ 4                     SOCL 250 Quantitative Applications in Sociology (3)+1 .............. 4
                                                                                                       (If course transfers as MATH 170, ask for a change to SOCL 250)
      Complete one lab science course below: ........................................... 4             One course: ..................................................................................... 4
         BIO 101, 102, 103, CHM 105, 111, GLG 100; PHY 105,                                                  Course may transfer as equivalent course, or
         111or other transferable course approved by WCC to                                                  general education transfer credit, or general
         satisfy the MACRAO lab science requirement                                                          transfer credit.
 3. Humanities Requirement                                                          (9 credits)                                                                                           (9 credits)
      COM102 Interpersonal Communication .......................................... 3                  CTAC 227 Interpersonal Communication ..................................... 3
    * Complete one course: ........................................................................ 3  One course: ................................................................................ 3
         PHL 123 Critical Thinking (3) or PHL 250 Logic (3)                                                  PHIL 120 Intro Crit Reasoning or PHIL 130 Intro Logic
      Complete one course: ........................................................................ 3  One course: 3
         Choose from courses approved by WCC to satisfy                                                      Course may transfer as equivalent course, general
         The MACRAO humanities requirement.                                                                  education transfer credit, or general transfer credit.
 4. Social Science Requirement                                                      (9 credits)                                                                                           (9 credits)
    * PLS 112 Intro to American Government ......................................... 3 PLSC 112 American Government .................................................. 3
    * PSY 100 Introductory Psychology .................................................. 3 PSY 101                  General Psychology (PSY 103 waived) ........................ 3
   *2SOC 205 Race & Ethnic Relations .................................................. 3 ANTH 214 US Racial and Cultural Minorities ................................. 3
 WCC Major/Area Requirements                                                  (30 credits)                                                                                         (30 credits)
    * CJT 100 Intro to Criminal Justice ................................................... 3 CRM 300 Criminal Justice ............................................................. 3
    * CJT 111 Police/Community Relations ............................................ 3 CRM 431 Policing in Society ......................................................... 3
    c CJT 120     Criminal Justice Ethics ..................................................... 3 CRM 000 (LS, LE, CJA, COR or elective) ..................................... 3
    c CJT 160     Criminal Justice Constitutional Law ................................. 3 CRM 000 (LS or elective) .............................................................. 3
    c CJT 208     Criminal Evidence and Procedure ................................... 3 CRM 460 Criminal Law II (LS, LE or elective) ............................... 3
    c CJT 209     Criminal Law .................................................................... 3 PLSC 456 Criminal Law I (LS, LE, CJA, or elective) ...................... 3
    c CJT 223     Juvenile Justice................................................................ 3 CRM 000 (COR or elective) .......................................................... 3
    c CJT 224     Criminal Investigation ...................................................... 3 CRM 320 Criminal Investigation (LE, CJA, or elective) ................. 3
      CJT 225 Seminar in Criminal Justice ............................................. 3 CRM 000 General Transfer Credit (elective) ................................. 3
    * SOC 100 Principles of Sociology ..................................................... 3 SOCL 105 Introductory Sociology................................................... 3
 WCC Graduation Requirement                                                                                                                                                           (3 credits)
      Choose one: CIS 100 or CIS 110 ...................................................... 3 University Elective.............................................................................. 3
 EMU Requirements that May be Taken at WCC or EMU                                                                                                                            (25-28 credits)
   *2 ANT 201     Introduction to Cultural Anthropology .............................. 3 ANTH 135 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ............................ 3
    * SOC 207 Social Problems ............................................................... 3 SOCL 202 Social Problems ............................................................ 3
    * SOC 250 Juvenile Delinquency ....................................................... 3 CRM 354 Juvenile Delinquency .................................................... 3
    c PSY 257     Abnormal Psychology ...................................................... 3 PSY 360              Abnormal Psych (LE, COR) .......................................... 3
    3 Open Electives (not to exceed 91-94 credits at WCC) ................13-16                       University Electives (to bring program total to 124) .................... 13-16
 Maximum credits at WCC: ........................................ 91- 94                                  Maximum credits that transfer to EMU .............. 91- 94
*Required for EMU’s Criminology & Criminal Justice Program.
1
  If completed at WCC, MTH 160 satisfies EMU’s Quantitative Reasoning requirement and the major reqmt of SOCL 250. If SOCL 250 is completed at
  EMU, MATH 110 is required to satisfy QR reqm unless intermediate algebra has been completed with a “C” or better, in which case SOCL 250
  completed at EMU will satisfy the QR requirement. Students must ask to have MTH 160 transfer as SOCL 250 instead of MATH 170.
2
  Satisfies EMU’s Perspectives on a Diverse World Requirement.
c
  This course may be applied to the nine hours of electives transferred for the concentration indicated or as a university elective. The following codes
  refer to the concentrations: LS=Legal Studies; LE=Law Enforcement; COR=Corrections; CJA=Criminal Justice Administration.
3
  Students who complete33 credits at EMU should take no more than 91 credits at WCC.




 Community College Relations                                                                                                                                         Corrected: May 24, 2012
 Copies of this guide are available on-line at: http://www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php                                                                                            Page 1 of 3
                                                   EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY                                                             September 2010
                                                       ARTICULATION GUIDE                                                             UPDATE: APRIL 2012

Washtenaw Community College– Associate in Arts in Criminal Justice
Eastern Michigan University – Bachelor of Science in Criminology & Criminal Justice
Completion of EMU’s Criminology and Criminal
Justice Program
                                                                                                IV. Criminal Justice Administration                            (6 Credits)
                                                                                                CRM 332 Community Corrections............................................. 3
Criminology/Criminal Justice Core                                        (15 Credits)           Choose one course from the following: ........................................ 3
CRM 301 Criminology ...................................................................... 3        CRM 432 Police Organization (3)
CRM 331 Introduction to Corrections ............................................... 3               PLSC 450 Managing Public Safety Agencies (3)
CRM 370 White Collar Crime ........................................................... 3        WCC courses that apply to this concentration: (9 hrs)
CRM 447W Senior Seminar in Criminology (Writing Intensive ) ........ 3                             CJT 209 (3), CJT 120 (3), CJT 224 (3)
Choose one course from the following: .............................................. 3
    CRM 333/SOCL 333 Violence and Society (3)                                                  Additional Requirements                                               (0-3 credits)
                                                                                                1 One LBC course or noncredit experience must be
    CRM 337/SOCL 337 Deviance and Society (3)
                                                                                                 completed. CRM 488 or PEGN 220 satisfy the LBC
Research Methods                                                           (3 Credits)
                                                                                                 requirement. Ask program advisor for other options.
SOCL 304 Methods in Sociological Research ................................. 3
Sociology/Anthropology                                                     (6 Credits)         Minimum Credits at EMU: ................................... 30-33
SOCL 308 Social Psychology .......................................................... 3
SOCL 462 Complex Organizations .................................................. 3            Minimum Credits to Graduate: .............................. 124
Remaining Concentration Requirements:                                      (6 Credits)
Complete one of the following concentrations below:                                            Suggested full-time sequence for completing the program:
(A concentration requires a total of 15 credits. Many of the credits
                                                                                                Winter Semester                                                    (12 Credits)
for each concentration have been satisfied through courses in the
                                                                                                CRM 301 Criminology ............................................................... 3
WCC Criminal Justice Program. The remaining requirements for each
                                                                                                CRM 331 Introduction to Corrections ........................................ 3
concentration are listed below followed by a list of the courses from
                                                                                                Concentration Requirement .......................................................... 3
WCC that apply to that concentration.)
                                                                                                Choose one course from the following: ........................................ 3
I. Legal Studies                                                         (6 Credits)
                                                                                                    CRM 333/SOCL 333 Violence and Society (3)
     CRM 412 Law and Society ........................................................... 3
                                                                                                    CRM 337/SOCL 337 Deviance and Society (3)
     University Elective or LBC requirement........................................ 3
         (to reach minimum requirement of 30 credits at EMU)                                    Fall Semester                                                  (12 Credits)
     WCC courses that apply to this concentration: (12hrs)                                      CRM 370 White Collar Crime .................................................... 3
     CJT 208 (3), CJT 209 (3), CJT 120 (3), CJT 160 (3),                                        SOCL 304 Methods in Sociological Research ............................ 3
II. Law Enforcement                                                      (6 Credits)            SOCL 308 Social Psychology ..................................................... 3
     Choose one course from the following: ........................................ 3           Concentration and/or University Elective ...................................... 3
         CRM 432 Police Organization or                                                         Winter Semester                                       (14-15 Credits)
         PLSC 450 Managing Public Safety Agencies                                               SOCL 462 Complex Organizations ............................................. 3
     Choose one course from the following: ........................................ 3           CRM 447W Senior Seminar in Criminology.................................. 3
         CRM 321 Cooperation & Conflict in Society or
       1 CRM 488/489 Field Internship in Criminology (LBC)

     WCC courses that apply to this concentration: (9 hrs)
     CJT 208 (3) and CJT 224 (3), and one course from:
     CJT 120 or CJT 209 or PSY 257                                                             Note: Students who complete the Police Academy (CJT 221) at WCC may
III. Corrections                                                         (6 Credits)           receive 4 credits as CRM 000 which may be applied as an elective for the Law
                                                                                               Enforcement Concentration.
     CRM 321 Cooperation and Conflict in Society ........................... 3
     CRM 332 Community Corrections .............................................. 3
     WCC courses that apply to this concentration: (9 hrs)
     CJT 120 (3), CJT 223 (3), PSY 257 (3)




Community College Relations                                                                                                                        Corrected: May 24, 2012
Copies of this guide are available on-line at: http://www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php                                                                           Page 2 of 3
                                       EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY                          September 2010
                                           ARTICULATION GUIDE                          UPDATE: APRIL 2012

Washtenaw Community College– Associate in Arts in Criminal Justice
Eastern Michigan University – Bachelor of Science in Criminology & Criminal Justice
Additional Information:
1. In completing the coordinated program of study for this articulation agreement, course substitutions should be
    made with the guidance of the advisors (indicated below) at both institutions to assure that all requirements
    are satisfied. Each institution will determine the satisfaction of their individual program and degree
    requirements. WCC courses indicated with an * are required for EMU’s Criminology & Criminal Justice
    Program.
2. Students whose transcripts are endorsed as “MACRAO Satisfied” will only be required to meet EMU’s three
    general education requirements, noted with a “1” on the articulation guide and listed below:
    a) an approved course in Quantitative Reasoning: [MTH 160 at WCC] or [MATH 110 at EMU unless
        intermediate algebra has been completed with a “C” or better, or if waived by ACT/SAT or math
        placement score]
    b) an approved course in Global Awareness or US Diversity: [SOC 205 at WCC]
    c) an approved Learning Beyond the Classroom course or experience offered by EMU: [See EMU program
        adviser for options.]
    To use MACRAO, students must request that an official community college transcript, with the “MACRAO
    Satisfied” stamp, be sent to EMU’s Admissions Office. Students, who do not have “MACRAO Satisfied” on
    their community college transcript, will be required to satisfy EMU’s general education requirements as
    listed in the Undergraduate Catalog. The MACRAO stamp may be completed after admission to EMU,
    however, students should inform advisors at EMU that they intend to complete MACRAO, or they may be
    advised to complete additional courses for the general education program.
3. Only courses with a grade of “C” or better (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) will be accepted for transfer to EMU.
4. Under this agreement, EMU will waive the 60-hour rule and require that a minimum of 30 credit hours must
    be completed at EMU, of which 15 hours must be in program requirements at the 300-level or above. Of the
    last 30 hours completed before graduating, a minimum of 10 credit hours must be in courses offered by EMU.
    A minimum of 124 credit hours, completed in-residence or accepted in transfer, is required for graduation.
5. Students must meet all admission requirements at the time of application for admission to EMU, including
    submitting transcripts from all previously attended colleges. WCC students will receive equal consideration
    with other students for course registration and financial aid.
6. Students are encouraged to contact the Criminology & Criminal Justice Program Advisor at the time they
    apply for admission to EMU. To facilitate the evaluation of transcripts, students should indicate they are
    using this articulation agreement on their application, and bring a copy of this guide to all advising sessions.
    Copies of this agreement are available at www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.htm.
Effective Dates: September 1, 2010 until August 31, 2013.
This is a renewal of an agreement made in September 2003 and renewed in September 2007. Students who
began this program prior to the new effective date have the option of changing to this guide. If this
agreement is not renewed at the end of the effective period, students who already started the program will be
given three additional years to be admitted to EMU under the terms of the agreement.
Contacts:
Washtenaw Community College                              Eastern Michigan University
Ruth Walsh, Chair, Public Service Careers                Marilyn Horace-Moore, Department Advisor
GM 300, 734-973-3689; rawalsh@wccnet.edu                 311 King Hall; 734-487-1073;
                                                         mhoracem@emich.edu
Diana Clark, Division Counselor
LA 300B, 734.973.3463; dclark@wccnet.edu
Community College Relations                                                                    Corrected: May 24, 2012
Copies of this guide are available on-line at: http://www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php                       Page 3 of 3

				
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