Sample Schedule (2 year plan)First Semester
|SDV-199||College Essentials||1 s.h.|
|ENG-105||Composition I||3 s.h.|
|MAT-156||Introduction to Statistics a||3 s.h.|
|SOC-110||Introduction to Sociology||3 s.h.|
|CRJ-100||Intro to Criminal Justice||3 s.h.|
|CRJ-111||Police and Society||3 s.h.|
|ENG-106||Composition II||3 s.h.|
|POL-111||American National Gov b OR
POL-112 American State/Local Gov
|Criminal Justice Electives||6 s.h.|
|Science class (see catalog for options)||3-4 s.h.|
|PSY-111||Intro to Psychology||3 s.h.|
|CRJ-120||Intro to Corrections||3 s.h.|
|LIT-230||Law Enforcement in Contemporary Literature||3 s.h.|
|Criminal Justice Electives||3 s.h.|
|Humanities e||3 s.h.|
|SPC-112||Public Speaking||3 s.h.|
|PHI-105||Intro to Ethics||3 s.h.|
|Criminal Justice Electives||3-6 s.h.|
|General Education Elective c||2-4 s.h.|
|Natural Science Class||3-4 s.h.|
Note: Please check with transfer institution for their specific requirements or check with a NIACC counselor/advisor for further transfer planning.
a – Appropriate math level needed before enrolling in any math class. See NIACC catalog for list of the mathematics courses. If you are only planning on getting the AA degree with the Criminal Justice certificate, Math for Liberal Arts (MAT-110) will meet the mathematics requirement.
b – If transferring to ISU.
c – Choose two of the following three: PSY-121 (Developmental Psychology), SOC-115 (Social Problems), or SOC-120 (Marriage and Family)
d – Internship can also be taken during the third semester or during the summer term following the 2nd semester. (Highly recommended)
e HIS-260, Latin American history and Culture if transferring to UNI.
Suggested elective and additional General Education courses:
American Indian History
Intro to Chemistry
Intro to Statistics
Strategies for Academic Success
- AA Degree meets the General Education Requirements for the College of Liberal Arts at most transfer institutions.
- Check with transfer institution for Foreign Language Requirement.
- Admission requirements vary from institution to institution. Contact the transfer institution or check with a NIACC counselor/advisor for assistance.