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CURRICULUM GUIDE                                                                        Long Beach City College
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                                    CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                             CAREER INFORMATION
Criminal Justice is the study of the justice system, including criminology, law enforcement, and judicial and
correctional processes at all levels of government. Criminal Justice majors with the B.S. degree have typically
found employment at entry-level positions in local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies or in private
business or security positions. At the local level, graduates can begin service in various capacities with police,
sheriff’s and marshal’s offices, probation, county supervisors, city administration, and criminal justice planning
agencies. At the state level, graduates may enter the Highway Patrol, Alcohol Beverage Control, Attorney
General’s Office, Department of Corrections, California Youth Authority or related agencies. At the federal
level, graduates are employed in agencies such as the FBI, Customs Service, Border Patrol, Secret Service,
Drug Enforcement Agency, Naval Intelligence Service, Defense Investigative Services, CIA and Department of
Agriculture. A significant number of graduates of this degree program also enter law school after graduation.

                                            GENERAL INFORMATION

Not all universities with this major are listed below. The lower division core preparation is listed for universities
with which LBCC has established articulation agreements. The first course listed is the LBCC course; the
course in parentheses immediately after is the university equivalent. It is generally recommended to take
as many lower-division major courses as possible prior to transfer. Please check www.assist.org for the most
current articulation information and information regarding minimum grade for each course, impacted major
recommendations, application procedures, etc. Moreover, you must see a counselor to develop an
accurate educational plan to ensure your competitiveness for admissions for your school(s) of choice. To
thoroughly understand admissions and general education requirements please check the catalog of the
transfer university. CSU/UC admissions and general education requirements are outlined on a separate
curriculum guide.
                                     *** Schools are listed in alphabetical order ***

CSU FRESNO
•      B.S. Degree – Criminology
       Requirements: Adjus 2 (Crim 2), 4 (20), 5 (35)

       Options: Corrections; Law Enforcement; Victimology

        (All courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher in order to be counted toward the major
       **Adjus 20 may substitute for Crim 2 for “Corrections” Option only


CSU HAYWARD
•      B.S. Degree – Criminal Justice Administration
       Requirements: Adjus 2 (Crja 2500), 4 (2100), 5 (2600), 6 (2400), 8 (2200); Psych 1 (Psyc 1000);
       Socio 1 (Soc 1000); Statistics 1 (Stat 1000)

       Options: Law Enforcement & Administration; Corrections



                          SEE REVERSE SIDE FOR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
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CSU LONG BEACH
•     B.S. – Criminal Justice
      Adjus 2 (Crim 101).

      Note: Other criminal justice course taken at community colleges will be accepted as lower division
      electives provided the college where they were taken designated them as CSU transferable.

CSU LOS ANGELES

•     B.S. Degree – Criminal Justice
      Adjus 2 (Crim 101), 4 (126), 20 (201)


CSU SACRAMENTO

•     B.S. Degree – Criminal Justice Administration
      Adjus 2 (Crj 1), 4 (2A), 5 (5), 8 (4)
      (No LBCC equivalent to the following CSUS course: Crj 2B)

CSU SAN BERNARDINO

•     B.A. Degree – Criminal Justice
      Adjus 2 (Cjus 101), 4 (102), 8 (106); Math 36 (Math 115) or 45 (110)
      (No LBCC equivalent to the following CSUS course: Cjus 100)

•     B.A. Degree – Criminal Justice: Paralegal Studies Option
      Adjus 2 (Cjust 101), 4 (102); Math 36 (Math 115) or 45 (110)
      (No LBCC equivalents to the following CSUS courses: Cjus 100; Plst 100)

SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERITY

•     B.S. Degree – Applied Arts and Sciences: Criminal Justice Administration Major
      This major is an impacted program and specific regulations related to admissions are imposed.
      Contact the department for regulations and admissions criteria at (619) 594-6224.
      Adjus 2 (Cja 200)

SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY

•     B.S. Degree - Criminal Justice Administration
      Adjus 2 (AJ 10), 4 (14), 6 (16), 8 (20); Stat 1 (Stat 95) or Stat 1 or 1H (Bus 90)

UC IRVINE

•     B.A. Degree – Criminology, Law & Society
      Bio 11 (Environ E8); Psych 1 or 1H & Socio 1 (Psy Beh P9); Statistics 1 or 1H (Socecol 13)
      (No LBCC equivalents to the following UC I courses: Crm/Law J7; Socecol 10)


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                                     Subject to Change without Notice
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