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CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEGREES

UNIVERSITY TRANSFER

 

Beginning with the Fall Term 2004, the A.S. Degree in Criminal Justice Technology is fully transferable to the University pursuant to a Florida Statewide Articulation Agreement through the Florida Department of Education. Under the provision of Rule 6A-10.024, Articulation Between Universities, Community Colleges, and School Districts, all A.S. Criminal Justice Technology graduates shall articulate into a Criminal Justice baccalaureate degree in the designated university program. That means persons who graduate from a Florida Community College with an A.S. Degree in Criminal Justice Technology shall be able to transfer to a State University (and most Private Universities) as a Junior to seeking a bachelors degree. As such, students desiring a Criminal Justice Degree with the intention of going forward to the University for a bachelor's degree, do not need an A.A. Degree as in the past but can seek the A.S. Criminal Justice Technology Degree.

 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE
A.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
{64 CREDIT HOURS}

General Education & Related Courses (18 Credits)

Criminal Justice Required & Elective Courses (46 Credits)


UNIVERSITY
B.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE
{66 CREDIT HOURS}

General Education & Related Courses (18 Credits)

Criminal Justice Required & Elective Courses (48 Credits)


A.S. TO B.S.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAM
130 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS