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2013-2014

Criminal Justice Technology (2220)

A.A.S. - Associate of Applied Science

Major: Criminal Just Tech - Law Enfor (222006AAS)

Summit College

Year 1

Fall
2020:121 English3
2030:161 Math for Modern Technology4
2220:100 Introduc to Criminal Justice3
3850:100 Introduction to Sociology3
Physical Education/Wellness:Any1
Min Credit Total 14
Spring
2220:104 Evidence & Crim Legal Process3
2220:105 Intro: Police Studies3
2820:105 Basic Chemistry3
7600:106 Effective Oral Communication3
2220:102 Principles of Criminal Law3
Min Credit Total 15
Summer
Min Credit Total 0

Year 2

Fall
2020:222 Technical Report Writing3
2040:240 Human Relations3
2220:298 Applied Ethics in Crim Justice3
Elective:Any2
Elective:2220:xxx Technical Elective6
Min Credit Total 17
Spring
2040:242 American Urban Society3
2220:260 Critical Incident Intervent CJ3
2220:251 Criminal Investigation3
2220:253 Basic Forensic Methods3
Elective:2220:296 CT: Criminal Justice6
Min Credit Total 18
Summer
Min Credit Total 0

Year 3

Fall
Min Credit Total 0
Spring
Min Credit Total 0
Summer
Min Credit Total 0

Year 4

Fall
Min Credit Total 0
Spring
Min Credit Total 0
Summer
Min Credit Total 0
Degree Distribution Requirements
This curriculum guide is a recommended plan of study. Students with questions about degree requirements should contact an academic advisor.
Students who have successfully completed the requirements for the Associate Degree in Criminal Justice Technology may: 1) continue study in Summit College for an additional two years leading to a B.S. in Emergency Management; 2) transfer to the Buchtel College of Arts & Sciences for an additional two years of study leading to a B.S. in Political Science/Criminal Justice; 3) transfer to the Buchtel College of Arts & Sciences for an additional two years of study leading to a B.A. in Sociology.
Students should see an adviser for eligible Technical Electives.
The following credit hour requirements apply to this degree: 64 minimum total credits; 16 credits in residence; the final 16 credits must be taken from The University of Akron.

Guide Updated: 01-14-2014