Criminal Justice - (CJ1) Advisement Checklist

QCC/JJ DUAL/JOINT DEGREE PROGRAM: A.S. IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE (QCC) AND B.A. IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE (JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE)

GENERAL EDUCATION CORE REQUIRMENTS CREDITS TAKEN
_____ Remedial courses. Any remedial courses required
based on performance on the CUNY ACT Assessment Tests
   

EN 101 English Composition I 3 _____________
EN 102 English Composition II 3 _____________
______ History 110, 11 or 112 3 _____________
MA 120 College Algebra and Trigonometry 3 _____________
MA 440 Pre-calculus Mathematics** 4 _____________
______ Laboratory Science 4 _____________
______ Foreign Language** 6-8 _____________
______     _____________
SP 211 Speech Communication 3 _____________
______ Physical Education (400, 500 or 600 series) 1 _____________
SOCY 101
Introductory Sociology 3 _____________
PLSC 101
American Government and Politics 3 _____________
PHIL 101
Introduction to Philosophy 3 _____________
______ Social Science/History/Humanities elective 3 _____________
    ¹See list below    
______ Free elective 1-3 _____________
       
Sub-Total  45  

CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR    
CRIM 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 _____________
CRIM 102 Criminology 3 _____________
CRIM 202 Corrections and Sentencing 3 _____________
CRIM 203 Criminal Law  3 _____________
CRIM201OR     _____________
CRIM 204 Crime and Justice in the Urban    _____________
  Community 3 _____________
Sub-Total  15  

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR A.S. 60  

** Certain QCC courses receive more credits than JJC courses (MA 440, and Foreign Languages 111, 112). This leaves an imbalance of 1-3 credits at QCC; at a minimum, students will receive 60 transfer credits toward the B.A. at John Jay.

¹ To satisfy the Social Sciences/History/Humanities Elective students must take one of the following:



Social Sciences Disciplines