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					                                                                                                                  Guide Sheets 2010 – 2011

                                                                        TRANSFER PROGRAMS
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             www.jccmi.edu                                                        Human Services Career Pathway


TRANSFER PROGRAMS                                                        BIO 131, ENG 131, MTH 140, PSY 140
CRIMINAL JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS OR LAW
                                                                         First Year, Winter Semester
ENFORCEMENT                                                              CEM 131, ENG 132, PSY 143, PSY 152, SOC 231
Students may choose to begin their coursework at JCC and then
transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. These          First Year, Spring Semester
students may manage prison systems, serve in law enforcement             COM 231, HIS 232
departments at the state and federal level or become parole and
probation officers.                                                      Second Year, Fall Semester
                                                                         CIS 101, PLS 141, PSY 252, SOC 235, MACRAO humanities course
SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE
First Year, Fall Semester                                                Second Year, Winter Semester
BIO 131, CRJ 111, ENG 131, MTH 131 or MTH 140*                           ANT 131, ECN 231, PSY 251, PHL 231, PSY elective

First Year, Winter Semester                                              CRIMINAL JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS OR LAW
CEM 131, CRJ 112, ENG 132, PSY 140
                                                                         ENFORCEMENT
                                                                         Students may choose to begin their coursework at JCC and then
Second Year, Fall Semester
                                                                         transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. These
CRJ 101 or 114, MTH 133**, PSY 251, PLS 141, PHL 231
                                                                         students may manage prison systems, serve in law enforcement
                                                                         departments at the state and federal level or become parole and
Second Year, Winter Semester
                                                                         probation officers.
CRJ 117 or SOC 117, SOC 235, MACRAO humanities courses

*Check mathematics requirements of transfer institution.                 SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE
                                                                         First Year, Fall Semester
**MSU transfer students register for PSY 143                             BIO 131, CRJ 111, ENG 131, MTH 131 or MTH 140*

                                                                         First Year, Winter Semester
CRIMINAL JUSTICE – BACHELOR’S DEGREE OPTION
                                                                         CEM 131, CRJ 112, ENG 132, PSY 140
WITH SIENA HEIGHTS UNIVERSITY
Students can work with staff from JCC and Siena Heights Universi-        Second Year, Fall Semester
ty to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice. Tailored to    CRJ 101 or 114, MTH 133**, PSY 251, PLS 141, PHL 231
build on the JCC associate degrees in law enforcement or correc-
tions, students can transfer up to 90 credits from JCC and com-          Second Year, Winter Semester
plete at least 30 hours credit from Siena with a minimum of 18           CRJ 117 or SOC 117, SOC 235, MACRAO humanities courses
hours of criminal justice classes. All the courses for the bachelor’s
degree in criminal justice are available at the JCC main campus          *Check mathematics requirements of transfer institution.
through the Siena Heights University degree completion center.
                                                                         **MSU transfer students register for PSY 143
PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology covers a broad range of topics. Psychologists special-        CRIMINAL JUSTICE – BACHELOR’S DEGREE OPTION
ize in such areas as clinical psychology, counseling psychology,
developmental psychology, physiological psychology, neuropsy-
                                                                         WITH SIENA HEIGHTS UNIVERSITY
                                                                         Students can work with staff from JCC and Siena Heights Universi-
chology, educational psychology, experimental psychology, cogni-
                                                                         ty to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice. Tailored to
tive psychology, social psychology and cross-cultural psychology.
                                                                         build on the JCC associate degrees in law enforcement or correc-
Specialization begins after transferring and continues through
                                                                         tions, students can transfer up to 90 credits from JCC and com-
graduate work. The first two years of coursework are similar
                                                                         plete at least 30 hours credit from Siena with a minimum of 18
regardless of the specialization.
                                                                         hours of criminal justice classes. All the courses for the bachelor’s
                                                                         degree in criminal justice are available at the JCC main campus
SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE                                                through the Siena Heights University degree completion center.
First Year, Fall Semester
JCC • 2111 Emmons Road • Jackson, Michigan 49201 • 517.787.0800                                                                       CAT 1011
                                                                                                         Guide Sheets 2010 – 2011

                                                                    TRANSFER PROGRAMS
                                                                    Page 2 of 2


             www.jccmi.edu                                                    Human Services Career Pathway


PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology covers a broad range of topics. Psychologists special-
ize in such areas as clinical psychology, counseling psychology,
developmental psychology, physiological psychology, neuropsy-
chology, educational psychology, experimental psychology, cogni-
tive psychology, social psychology and cross-cultural psychology.
Specialization begins after transferring and continues through
graduate work. The first two years of coursework are similar
regardless of the specialization.

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE
First Year, Fall Semester
BIO 131, ENG 131, MTH 140, PSY 140

First Year, Winter Semester
CEM 131, ENG 132, PSY 143, PSY 152, SOC 231

First Year, Spring Semester
COM 231, HIS 232

Second Year, Fall Semester
CIS 101, PLS 141, PSY 252, SOC 235, MACRAO humanities course

Second Year, Winter Semester
ANT 131, ECN 231, PSY 251, PHL 231, PSY elective




JCC • 2111 Emmons Road • Jackson, Michigan 49201 • 517.787.0800                                                           CAT 1011

				
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