Curriculum Guides

2013-2014

Criminal Justice Technology (2220)

A.A.S. - Associate of Applied Science

Major: Criminal Just Tech - Correctns (222001AAS)

College of Applied Science and Technology

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
2220:270 Community Corrections3
2220:103 Introduction to Corrections3
2220:106 Juvenile Justice Process3
2820:105 Basic Chemistry3
Oral Communication:7600:105 or 106 or 2420:2633
Elective:Any2
Min Credit Total 17
Summer
Min Credit Total 0

Year 2

Fall
2020:222 Technical Report Writing3
2040:240 Human Relations3
2220:275 Legal Aspects of Corrections3
2260:260 Introduction to Addiction3
2260:255 Effective Workplace Relatnshps3
Elective:2200:xxx Technical Elective3
Min Credit Total 18
Spring
2040:242 American Urban Society3
2220:298 Applied Ethics in Crim Justice3
2220:260 Critical Incident Intervent CJ3
2260:262 Basic Helping Skills4
2260:269 Criminal Justice & Addiction3
Min Credit Total 16
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 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 and Sciences for an additional two years of study leading to a B.A. in Sociology.
See an adviser for eligible Technical Elective courses.
The following credit hour requirements apply to this degree: 65 minimum total credits; 16 credits in residence; the final 16 credits must be taken from The University of Akron.

Guide Updated: 01-14-2014