Criminal Justice Associate in Applied Science

WHAT FOLLOWS IS THE PROGRAM OUTLINE. This program is not designed for students transferring to other colleges or universities. As a rule, courses with a second digit "0" are designed to transfer.  Students planning to transfer should consult a Counselor to verify the transferability of courses. Prerequisites for courses are noted in the IVCC Catalog. Program Pre-Admission Information is included if applicable.

First YearCredits
FallSpringSummer
FALL SEMESTER
CRJ 1000 Introduction To Criminal Justice3    
CRJ 1210 Policing in America3    
CRJ 2050 Issues in Criminal Justice3    
ENG 1205 Writ Comm Skills for Bus Ind & Tech3    
FRS 1000 Introduction To Forensic Science3    
SPRING SEMESTER
CRJ 1030 Juvenile Delinquency  3  
FRS 2050 Crime Scene Analysis  3  
PSY 1000 General Psychology  3  
SPH 1204 Oral Communication Skills for Business, Industry & Technology  3  
SOC 1000 Introduction To Sociology  3  
SUMMER SEMESTER
CRJ 2280 Criminal Justice Internship    4
CRJ 2290 Criminal Justice Seminar    1
Year Total: 15 15 5
 
Second YearCredits
FallSpringSummer
FALL SEMESTER
CRJ 2010 Criminal Investigation3    
CRJ 2030 Evidence and Criminal Procedures3    
EMS 2200 Emergency Medical Responder4    
Elective(s) (see below)3    
SOC or PSY Elective3    
SPRING SEMESTER
CRJ 1070 Corrections in America  3  
CRJ 2020 Criminal Law  3  
CRJ 2040 Criminology  3  
CRJ 2260 Police Community Relations  3  
HPE 1000 Wellness  1  
Elective(s) (see below)  3  
Year Total: 16 16  
 
Total Credit Hours:   67

Electives:

Select any course from AA/AS/AAS OR any recommended course from the list below:

CSP 1203; ECN 1202; HPE 1003, 1020, HIS 2000, 2001; HSR 1000, 1201, 1202, 1203, PSI 1000, PSY 2004, 2005, 2006, 2200; SOC 1002, 2001, SPN 1001; THE 1006; Any FRS course

For additional information please consult any counselor at (815) 224-0360 or  ron_groleau@ivcc.edu  (815) 224-0482. Please note: Fall/Spring course offerings per semester.  Most CRJ courses are offered in the fall or spring semester, not both. EMS 2201 Emergency Medical Technician (8 sh) may be substituted for EMS 2200 (3 sh).  The additional 4 hours will be used as approved electives.
2/14/17