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BA in Criminal Justice (requirements prior to July 1, 2015)

(Maximum of six 100-level credits and a minimum of 18 upper level credits that include the capstone.)

Required Courses:

Introduction to Criminal Justice or Administration of Justice (my evaluation says introduction to law enforcement also fits): Penn Foster (administration of justice or introduction to criminal justice), Propero, Straighterline, or DSST

Public, Social, Criminal, or Criminal Justice Policy

Constitutional Issue or Criminal Law: Propero or Penn Foster

Victimology or Criminal Behavior/Criminology: Propero (victimology or criminology) or Penn Foster (criminology or victimology)

Research Methods in the Social Sciences or Criminal Justice (UL): Uexcel Research Methods in Psychology?

Liberal Arts Capstone (UL) : Has to be taken with TESC.

15 Criminal Justice Electives

DSST Substance Abuse (UL)

Propero Criminal Courts (AOJ 252 or 351)

Propero Criminal Investigation (AOJ 140 or 246)

Propero Criminal Justice Ethics (AOJ 284)

Propero Criminal Procedure (AOJ 221)

Propero Introduction to Corrections (AOJ 111)

Propero Introduction to Policing

Propero Juvenile Justice (AOJ 362 or 363)

Propero Police Techniques: Interviewing and Interrogation (AOJ 341)

Propero Probation and Parole (AOJ 120)

Propero Introduction to Homeland Security (HLS 341)

Penn Foster Community Corrections (AOJ 324)

Penn Foster Computer-Based Crime

Penn Foster Correctional Institutions (AOJ 320)

Penn Foster Courts (AOJ 252 or 351)

Penn Foster Crime Scene Investigation Basics (AOJ 140 or 246)

Penn Foster Criminal Procedures (AOJ 221)

Penn Foster Criminalistics (AOJ 241)

Penn Foster Crisis Intervention (AOJ 121 or 314)

Penn Foster Ethics in Criminal Justice (AOJ 284)

Penn Foster Introduction to Private Security (AOJ 131 or 232)

Penn Foster Juveniles and the Legal Process (AOJ 362 or 363)

Penn Foster Multicultural Law Enforcement

Penn Foster Organized Crime (AOJ 483)

Penn Foster Police Management (AOJ 273)

Penn Foster Police Studies

Penn Foster Security and Loss Prevention (AOJ 136 or 232)

Penn Foster Security Management

Penn Foster Substance Abuse and Treatment in Criminal Justice (AOJ 342)

Penn Foster Terrorism (SOS 440)

Penn Foster White Collar Crime (AOJ 303)

Penn Foster Women and Criminal Justice

Notes: Verify current ACE approval status of Penn Foster and Propero courses. The DSST for Intro to Law Enforcement cannot be used if you take the DSST for Criminal Justice. Propero and Penn Foster equivalencies are guesses based on the PLA database. Verify with TESC.

 

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