AAOT Criminal Justice Degree

The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree  meets the State of Oregon Transfer degree requirements allowing students to transfer to an Oregon public university and some out-of-state universities having met all lower-division general education requirements; with the appropriate course planning, all lower division major requirements may also be met. Students should work closely with an advisor to select the best degree option and review specific transfer requirements.

Criminal Justice
Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer

(90 credits; six quarters to complete if attending full time)

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS OREGON TRANSFER (90 CREDITS)

GENERAL EDUCATION/FOUNDATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
(Courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher)
Health (3 credits with HHP prefix) 3
HHP activity courses (1 credit each) are not to be duplicated
MTH 105 Intro to Contemporary Mathematics 4
(or higher for which Intermediate Algebra is a prerequisite)
SP 111 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3
or SP 114 Argumentation and Critical Discourse
or SP 115 Introduction to Intercultural Communication
or SP 218 Interpersonal Communication
or SP 219 Small Group Communication
WR 121 English Composition 4
WR 122 English Composition 4
or WR 227 Technical Writing

GENERAL EDUCATION/DISCIPLINE STUDIES
(See COCC catalog for course listings. One of the courses must be a cultural literacy course, designated with an asterisk.)

ARTS AND LETTERS
At least three (3) courses chosen from at least two (2) prefixes.

SOCIAL SCIENCE
At least four (4) courses from at least two (2) prefixes.

SCIENCE/MATH/COMPUTER SCIENCE
At least four (4) courses from at least two (2) prefixes including at least three (3) laboratory courses in biological and/or physical science.

ELECTIVES
Choose any college-level course that brings the total credits to 90 quarter hours. This may include up to 12 credits of Career and Technical Education courses designated by COCC as acceptable.
CJ 100 Survey of the Criminal Justice System 3
CJ 101 Introduction to Criminology 4
CJ 120 Judicial Process 3
CJ 253 Corrections 4
CJ 201 Introduction to Juvenile Justice 3
CJ 280 Cooperative Work Experience 2

ADVISING INFORMATION
If transferring to Southern Oregon University: CJ 210, 211 are recommended.
If transferring to Portland State University: CJ 101, 110 and 253 are recommended.
If transferring to Western Oregon University: CJ 100 is recommended.

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