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Mott Community College    
 
    
 
  Oct 21, 2017
 
2017-2018 CURRENT Catalog

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.


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Associate in Applied Science
Fine Arts & Social Science

Program Code: CRJU2

Office: Mott Memorial Building 2005

Phone: (810) 762-0332

This program is designed to provide education for students seeking careers in various areas of criminal justice and related human service fields to include but not be limited to careers in local, county, and state law enforcement (see, the courts, loss prevention and juvenile and adult corrections. Students who plan to follow careers in business, early childhood education, social work, paramedics and other related careers may also be interested in select courses in criminal justice.

LERTA Agreement:
After successful completion of the Law Enforcement Regional Training Academy, the student will receive credit for the following courses: CRJU 163 , CRJU 263 , CRJU 265  CRJU 271 , PEAC 130 and PEAC 193 . Total 15 credits. To receive this credit the student must present a copy of the LERTA Certificate to the Registrar's Office. Mott Community College (MCC) agrees to grant appropriate college credit consistent with its current policies. All students articulating credit to MCC must meet and maintain all entrance academic standards, including prerequisites of the intended program of study. This agreement applies only to the Criminal Justice program. Recognition for credit granted will appear on the student's academic records as articulated MCC credit. Articulated credit will carry the grade of an "S" and will not be included in the GPA calculation. If the student changes to another program the credits will not apply.

MCOLES Agreement:
After successful completion of the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards Approved Basic Training Course and 12 credits at MCC, including CRJU 161 , the student will receive credit for the following courses: CRJU 163 , CRJU 263 , CRJU 265 , CRJU 271 , PEAC 130 and PEAC 193 . Total 15 credits. To receive this credit the student must present a copy of the MCOLES Certificate to the Registrar' s Office. The student must complete 9 additional credits from the Occupational Specialty Category as well as all other degree requirements. This agreement applies only to the Criminal Justice program. If the student changes to another program the credits will not apply.

Group Total: Credits 18 / 18 Contact Hours


Group Total: Credits 19 / 19 Contact Hours


Recommended Elective Courses


  • Program does not specify Recommended Elective Courses for degree completion Credits 0 / 0 Contact Hours

Group Total: Credits 0 / 0 Contact Hours


General Education Requirements (minimum of 18 credits required)


Mathematics (3-4 credits)


  • Test out by placing into MATH 130  or higher on the MCC Placement Test or Complete a 100 level or higher Mathematics course.

Additional General Education Credits to Fulfill General Education Requirements


  • Credits should be selected according to your degree program from Humanities, Social Science, Mathematics, and Natural Science

Group Total: Credits 18 / 18 Contact Hours


Computer Competency Requirement


Beginning 2016, demonstration of computer competency is a degree requirement at Mott Community College

Computer competency can be demonstrated by one of two ways:

NOTE: Some programs require taking COMG-153; for these programs, the Test-Out option is not available. For those programs that do not require COMG-153, the competency test-out option is available and can be taken in the Academic Testing Center, located on the 3rd floor of the Mott Library.

Program Total: Credits 61-62 / 61-62 Contact Hours


Notes:


  1. All course and degree requirements must be met
  2. 15 credits minimum must be earned at MCC
  3. Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0

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