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									                                              Student Planning Guide and Credit Evaluation
                                       Associate in Applied Science T – Criminal Justice: 2011-2012

    Degree Requirements: Students must complete a minimum of 90 quarter credits in courses numbered 100 or above with a cumulative grade
    point average of at least 2.0 in order to graduate from Bellevue College with an AAS-T Criminal Justice degree. Credits must satisfy course requirements
     listed below. A minimum of 30 credits of the applied 90 credits must be completed at Bellevue College. Note: Although this degree will be granted to
    Bellevue College students completing a 2.0 GPA, entry into a baccalaureate program at a college or university may require a higher GPA for admission.
    Admission is competitive and not guaranteed; it is important to perform your best in all Bellevue College classes. Seeking out an advisor/counselor early
                                                              in your studies is highly recommended.

                                                                                                                                                  Credits   Credits
Degree Requirements (Common Course Numbering courses are in BOLDFACE italics)                                                                     Earned    Needed
1. Written and Verbal Communication Skills (25 credits)
English - ENGL& 101 and ENGL 201
Communication Studies - CMST& 210, 280, and 285

2. Quantitative Skills (5 credits)
Mathematics - MATH& 107 or MATH 138 or MATH& 141 (or above 141)

3. Humanities & Social Science (10 credits)*can be in same group
Anthropology- ANTH& 236
Sociology- SOC& 101, 270
Psychology – PSYC& 100, PSYC& 220, PSYC 240

4. Natural Sciences: (10-11 credits)
Anthropology- ANTH& 205
Astronomy – ASTR& 100, ASTR& 101
Biology- 150, BIOL&160
Botany- 110, 113
Chemistry – 100, CHEM& 110
Environmental Science- 207
Geography- 205
Oceanography – OCEA& 101

5. Criminal Justice Electives (5 credits)
Criminal Justice- Policing Operations 102, Fingerprint Technology I 105, Police Photography 107, Principles of Criminal Interrogation 111,
Criminal Evidence & Procedure 200, Constitutional Law 204, Fingerprint Technology II 205, Community-Oriented Policing 206, Women in
Criminal Justice 230, Law & the Police in a Multicultural Society 242, or Drug Use & the Law in American Society 253

6. Required Criminal Justice Courses (35 credits)
Criminal Justice- Introduction to Criminal Justice 101, American Corrections System 106, Introduction to Juvenile Justice 109,
Criminal Law 110, Introduction to Criminology 112, Principles of Criminal Investigation 202, and Ethics in Criminal Justice 248

                                                                                                                                                  Earned    Required
                                                                                                                  Total Degree Credits (90-91):   0

Academic Advising and Program Information:
Social Science Division http://www.bellevuecollege.edu/socsci

The Associate in Applied Science-T: is not designed to transfer universally, but rather it is a dual purpose degree designed to prepare students for
work and to transfer to a limited number of degree programs at some baccalaureate institutions. AAS-T degrees are technical in nature and the general
education courses, though the same as general education courses included in universally transferable degrees, are fewer than in the Associate of Arts
and Sciences or the Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA). Programs that offer this degree option will have articulated a transfer agreement with one or
more four-year institutions. Please see criminal justice advisor for the list of four-year institutions that accept this AAS-T as a direct transfer degree. This
is a guideline to meet the degree requirements for students interested in transferring to the above stated schools with which this degree program is
articulated. See the Criminal Justice program advisor for further information and degree planning regularly. This is an unofficial guideline for students
and advisors. Final approval resides with the Evaluations Office. Check with the intended transfer university/college advisor for specific admissions and
major requirements that can be fulfilled with this degree.

Degree Requirements and Prior College/University Credits: For credits from other institutions, meet with the program advisor for an initial unofficial
transcript review. For an official review, submit the Transfer Credit Evaluation Request form and an official transcript(s) in the prior institution(s) sealed
envelope to Evaluations once registered for your first quarter of classes.

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