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CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEGREES

UNIVERSITY TRANSFER

 

Beginning with the Fall Term 2004, the A.S. Degree in Criminal Justice Technology became fully transferable to most University Bachelor Degree Programs.  A.S. Criminal Justice Technology graduates can articulate into a Criminal Justice baccalaureate degree in either a B.S. or B.S.A.S. in Criminal Justice at most universities including USF. That means persons who graduate from a Florida Community College with an A.S. Degree in Criminal Justice Technology can transfer to a most state and private universities as a Junior to seek 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.

In most cases the following breakdown applies:

 

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

General Education & Related Courses (18 Credits)

Criminal Justice Required & Elective Courses (42 Credits)


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

General Education & Related Courses (18 Credits)

Criminal Justice Required & Elective Courses (42 Credits)


 

 

See Below for Transfer Tracks to USF 

University of South Florida - HCC Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies Student Transfer Tracks