University of Phoenix Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice by klutzfu58

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									University of Phoenix Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration (BSCJA) Program Transfer Guide
Transfer to University of Phoenix is most efficient when an associate degree is earned – especially a transfer degree. • Without an associate degree, all courses transfer which are… o college-level or part of an associates degree o and earned with a grade of C- or better

From Transfer Institution: St. Charles Community College (MO) per 2006-2007 catalog, pg. 52 Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice To University of Phoenix: Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration
University of Phoenix Requirements BS/CJA Degree Lower Division Liberal Arts General Education - 33 semester credits Communication Arts Mathematics Science/Technology* *Three (3) credits must be in Physical/Biological Science Social Sciences Humanities Additional Liberal Arts …additional credit taken from any of the above areas Interdisciplinary – Credits include additional general education or elective/major coursework except for physical education. Lower Division Electives Semester Credits Earned Semester Credits Applied Semester Credits Remaining

6 6 6 6 6 3 15 9

9 3-4 9-11 9 9 0 15 5-11

6 3-4 6 6 6 3 15 9

0 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total Lower Division Credits 57 62-65 54-55 2-3 Students who have earned an Associate degree and have completed a comparable math or communication arts course through an approved articulation agreement prior to their application may have satisfied University of Phoenix’s math and communication arts prerequisites. Transfer credit may be used by students who have achieved a "C-" or better in a comparable course (College Algebra or College Composition) with a minimum of 2.67 semester credits at a regionally or approved nationally accredited institution. Transfer courses used for math and communication arts prerequisites must be eligible to receive general education credit. UOP credits remaining will depend on additional credits earned. Upper Division BS/CJA Required Course of Study – version 3 GEN 300 Skills for Professional Development 3 CJA 303 Foundations of Criminal Justice 3 CJA 313 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice 3 CJA 323 Criminology 3 CJA 333 Policing Theory and Practice 3 CJA 343 Criminal Law 3 CJA 353 Criminal Procedure 3 CJA 363 Interpersonal Communications 3 CJA 373 Criminal Court Systems 3 CJA 383 Institutional and Community Corrections 3 CJA 393 Criminal Organizations 3 CJA 403 Juvenile Justice Systems and Processes 3 CJA 413 Ethics in Criminal Justice 3 CJA 423 Cultural Diversity in Criminal Justice 3 CJA 433 Research Methods in Criminal Justice 3 CJA 453 Criminal Justice Administration 3 CJA 463 Criminal Justice Policy Analysis 3 CJA 473 Managing Criminal Justice Personnel 3 CJA 483 Futures of Criminal Justice 3 GEN 480 Interdisciplinary Capstone Course 3 Total Upper Division Credits Total Lower and Upper Division Credits 63 120

**IMPORTANT** This summary is an estimation of credits based on the catalog program requirements and therefore does not include other electives or other coursework from additional regionally or nationally accredited institutions. Students should always consult a University of Phoenix counselor with this form for an evaluation.

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