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1 Raritan Valley Community College Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice Argosy University Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice GENERAL EDUCATION ENGL 111 English Composition I ENG101 Composition I ENGL 112 English Composition II ENG102 Composition II SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology General Education Social Science PSYC 10 Introduction to Psychology General Education Social Science General Education Science (w/lab) 4 General Education Natural Science 4 General Education Mathematics or Science -4 General Education Natural Science or Mathematics -4 HIST 201 US History: Beginnings to 1877 General Education Humanities HIST202 US History: 1877 to Present General Education Humanities General Education Humanities General Education Elective PHIL 106 Current Moral & Social Issues General Education Elective PHIL 114 Ethics General Education/Open Elective POLI 121 American Government & Politics General Education/Open Elective SOCI 21 American Minority Relations General Education/Open Elective COMM 101 Speech General Education/Open Elective CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORE COURSES CISY 102 Computer Literacy Open Elective CRMJ101 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJA105 Introduction to Criminal Justice *CRMJ 211 Criminology CJA470 Criminology CRMJ 212 Juvenile Delinquency CJA0 Juvenile Delinquency CRMJ 22 Criminal Law CJA215 Criminal Law CRMJ 2 Criminal Procedure CJA15 Criminal Procedure Criminal Justice Elective CJ/Open Elective Remaining Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Degree Requirements General Education Natural Sciences 0-2 Mathematics -6 COM180 Interpersonal Effectiveness ASP100 Skills for Success Waived with completion of associate s degree or a minimum of 60 transfer credits and 2.0 cumulative GPA student must 0- complete an additional credit General Education course to satisfy the 42 credits of General Education requirement Core CJA 140 Introduction to Corrections CJA225 Criminal Court System CJA25 Police Organizational Structure & Operations CJA45 Criminal Justice Research Methods & Statistics CJA415 Victimology CJA499 Criminal Justice Capstone Criminal Justice Electives or Concentration Requirements Students are required to complete four criminal justice electives, or 12 credit hours. Students may select one of the optional concentrations that will be applied to this requirement or take any four criminal justice courses not listed as core requirements. Corrections CJA460 Penology Theory CJA40 Adult Corrections CJA47 Juvenile Corrections CJA50 Probation & Parole Homeland Security CJA426 Terrorism CJA45 Homeland Security CJA445 Emergency Management-Incident Command Forensic Psychology PSY0 Introduction to Crime & Causes PSY81 Abnormal Psychology PSY422 Forensic Psychology PSY498 Psychology & the Criminal Mind Management BUS42 Business Psychology BUS20 21 st Century Leadership & Beyond MGT411 Human Resource Management

2 CJA455 Transportation Protection & Vulnerability Assessment MGT450 Managing Cultural Diversity Police Security Management CJA25 Criminal Investigations SEC10 Introduction to Security Management CJA20 Interviewing & Interrogation SEC17 Risk Assessment & Management CJA5 Organized Crime SEC2 Computer Systems Security CJA425 Community Policing/Crime Prevention SEC Global Security Substance Abuse PSY70 Introduction to Addiction & Addictive Behavior PSY481 Substance Abuse & the Family PSY496 Substance Abuse Assessment PSY497 Substance Abuse Treatment Open Electives (minimum of credits) Total Credits Semester Credits 120 Transfer of Credit/Degree Requirements Students may transfer a maximum of 72 lower division or 90 total semester credit hours *Lower division courses ( level) that are similar in content to Argosy required courses as determined by the appropriate Argosy office do not need to be retaken; however, the upper division ( level) credit must be replaced with another upper division elective. The following are requirements for the BSCJ degree: o A minimum of 42 upper division credits o Eleven criminal justice core courses or credit hours o Four criminal justice courses, or 12 credits, or one concentration consisting of 12 credits o Eleven courses, or credits of Open Electives

3 Raritan Valley Community College Associate of Science in Business Administration Argosy University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration GENERAL EDUCATION ENGL 111 English Composition I ENG101 Composition I ENGL 112 English Composition II ENG102 Composition II ECON 101 Macroeconomics ECO201 Macroeconomics/Social Science Elective ECON 102 Microeconomics ECO202 Microeconomics/Social Science Elective CISY 102 Computer Literacy Open Elective MATH 110 Statistics I General Education Mathematics Social Science General Education Elective Humanities General Education Humanities Mathematics -4 General Education Mathematics Science w/lab 4 General Education Natural Science BUSINESS CORE COURSES ACCT 101 Financial Accounting 4 ACC201 Principles of Accounting Open Elective 1 ACCT 104 Managerial Accounting 4 ACC202 Principles of Management Accounting Open Elective 1 BUSI 111 Introduction to Business BUS/Open Elective *BUSI 112 Principles of Management MGT416 Management Operations BUSI 11 Business Law I BUS212 Business Law & Corporate Ethics MRKT 101 Principles of Marketing MKT20 Principles of Marketing Select one of the following options: General Business Option: COMM 101 Speech General Education/Open Elective General Education Elective General Education/Open Elective Business Elective (Any course from ACCT, BUSI, ECON or MRKT) BUS/Open Elective Free Elective Open Elective Management Information Systems Option (MIS): COMM 101 Speech General Education/Open Elective CISY 125 Programming for Business Majors 1 Open Elective 1 CISY 12 Systems Analysis & Design Open Elective CISY 211 Systems Development & Implementation Open Elective BUSI 20 Project Management Open Elective Marketing Option: COMM 101 Speech General Education/Open Elective COMM 120 Introduction to Mass Communication General Education/Open Elective Marketing Elective BUS/Open Elective Marketing Elective BUS/Open Elective International Business Option: COMM 201 Intercultural Communication General Education/Open Elective Select three of the following: *BUSI 110 Globalization & Business BUS470 Global Business Management *BUSI 154 International Business BUS/Open Elective *BUSI 19 International Finance BUS44 International Finance Management ECON 202 International Economics BUS/Open Elective Option Credits Select 12-1 credits from courses 100 and above 12-1 Open Electives 12-1 Remaining Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Degree Requirements General Education

4 Humanities Natural Sciences 2 General Education Electives 0- COM180 Interpersonal Effectiveness ASP100 Skills for Success Waived with completion of associate s degree or a minimum of 60 transfer credits and 2.0 cumulative GPA student must 0- complete an additional credit General Education course to satisfy the 42 credits of General Education requirement Core BUS20 21 st Century Leadership & Beyond MGT4 Data Driven Decision-Making FIN401 Financial Management MGT402 Project Management BUS499 Business Policy & Strategic Solutions Business Administration Electives or Concentration Options Students are required to complete four business electives, or 12 credit hours. Students may select one of the optional concentrations that will be applied to this requirement or take any four business courses not listed as core requirements. Accounting ACC415 Auditing ACC418 Corporate Taxation ACC420 Capital Budgeting BUS475 Strategic Cost Management Healthcare Management HCM401 Strategic Planning & Program Development HCM402 Human Resource Management in Healthcare Systems HCM40 Quality Assurance in Healthcare Systems HCM404 Healthcare Policy & Administration International Business BUS4 International Marketing BUS44 International Finance Management BUS46 International Human Resources Management BUS470 Global Business Management Finance ACC420 Capital Budgeting BUS44 International Finance Management FIN40 Corporate Finance FIN44 Financial Decisions for Profit, People and the Planet Human Resources BUS45 Employment Law BUS46 International Human Resources Management MGT420 Compensation & Benefits MGT40 Training & Development Marketing BUS65 Marketing, Sales & Channel Management BUS4 International Marketing MKT41 Consumer Behavior MKT42 Marketing Research & Analysis Organizational Management BUS470 Global Business Management MGT41 Managing Change MGT40 Training & Development MGT450 Cultural Diversity in the Workplace Open Electives (minimum credits) Total Semester Credits 120 Transfer of Credit/Degree Requirements Students may transfer a maximum of 72 lower division or 90 total semester credit hours *Lower division courses ( level) that are similar in content to Argosy required courses as determined by the appropriate Argosy office do not need to be retaken; however, the upper division ( level) credit must be replaced with another upper division elective. The following are requirements for the BSBA degree: o A minimum of 42 upper division credits o Eleven business core courses or credit hours o Four business electives, or 12 credit hours OR one concentration of 12 credits hours o Eleven courses, or credits of Open Electives

5 Raritan Valley Community College Associate of Applied Science in Business Management Argosy University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration GENERAL EDUCATION ENGL 111 English Composition I ENG101 Composition I ENGL 112 English Composition II ENG102 Composition II ECON 101 Macroeconomics ECO201 Macroeconomics/Social Science Elective ECON 102 Microeconomics ECO202 Microeconomics/Social Science Elective CISY 102 Computer Literacy Open Elective COMM 101 Speech General Education Elective Social Science General Education Elective Humanities General Education Humanities BUSINESS CORE COURSES ACCT 101 Financial Accounting 4 ACC201 Principles of Accounting Open Elective 1 ACCT 104 Managerial Accounting 4 ACC202 Principles of Management Accounting Open Elective 1 BUSI 111 Introduction to Business BUS/Open Elective *BUSI 112 Principles of Management MGT416 Management Operations BUSI 11 Business Law I BUS212 Business Law & Corporate Ethics BUSI 161 Business Mathematics BUS/Open Elective *BUSI 192 Principles of Finance OR FIN401 Financial Management OR *BUSI 19 International Finance BUS44 International Finance Management BUSI 250 Business Simulation Seminar BUS/Open Elective MRKT 292 Capstone Internship BUS/Open Elective MRKT 101 Principles of Marketing MKT20 Principles of Marketing Select one of the following options: Financial Services Option BUSI 156 Risk & Financial Management BUS/Open Elective *BUSI 192 Principles of Finance OR FIN401 Financial Management OR *BUSI 19 International Finance BUS44 International Finance Management BUSI 221 Financial Planning & Institutions BUS/Open Elective ECON 210 Money & Banking BUS/Open Elective General Business Option: BUSI 15 Small Business Management BUS/Open Elective BUSI 290 Business Cooperative Education I BUS/Open Elective Business Elective BUS/Open Elective Business Elective BUS/Open Elective Business Elective BUS/Open Elective Marketing Option: MRKT 221 Selling & Sales Management General Education Elective Marketing Elective General Education Elective Marketing Elective BUS/Open Elective Marketing Elective BUS/Open Elective International Business Option: COMM 201 Intercultural Communication General Education/Open Elective Select three of the following: *BUSI 110 Globalization & Business BUS470 Global Business Management *BUSI 154 International Business BUS/Open Elective *BUSI 19 International Finance BUS44 International Finance Management ECON 202 International Economics BUS/Open Elective Option Credits 1 Open Electives 12

6 Select 12-1 credits from courses 100 and above Remaining Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Degree Requirements General Education Humanities Natural Sciences 6 Mathematics 6 COM180 Interpersonal Effectiveness ASP100 Skills for Success Waived with completion of associate s degree or a minimum of 60 transfer credits and 2.0 cumulative GPA student must 0- complete an additional credit General Education course to satisfy the 42 credits of General Education requirement Core BUS212 Business Law & Corporate Ethics BUS20 21 st Century Leadership & Beyond MGT4 Data Driven Decision-Making MGT402 Project Management BUS499 Business Policy & Strategic Solutions Business Administration Electives or Concentration Options Students are required to complete four business electives, or 12 credit hours. Students may select one of the optional concentrations that will be applied to this requirement or take any four business courses not listed as core requirements. Accounting ACC415 Auditing ACC418 Corporate Taxation ACC420 Capital Budgeting BUS475 Strategic Cost Management Healthcare Management HCM401 Strategic Planning & Program Development HCM402 Human Resource Management in Healthcare Systems HCM40 Quality Assurance in Healthcare Systems HCM404 Healthcare Policy & Administration International Business BUS4 International Marketing BUS44 International Finance Management BUS46 International Human Resources Management BUS470 Global Business Management Finance ACC420 Capital Budgeting BUS44 International Finance Management FIN40 Corporate Finance FIN44 Financial Decisions for Profit, People and the Planet Human Resources BUS45 Employment Law BUS46 International Human Resources Management MGT420 Compensation & Benefits MGT40 Training & Development Marketing BUS65 Marketing, Sales & Channel Management BUS4 International Marketing MKT41 Consumer Behavior MKT42 Marketing Research & Analysis Organizational Management BUS470 Global Business Management MGT41 Managing Change MGT40 Training & Development MGT450 Cultural Diversity in the Workplace Open Electives (minimum of credits) Total Semester Credits 120 Transfer of Credit/Degree Requirements Students may transfer a maximum of 72 lower division or 90 total semester credit hours *Lower division courses ( level) that are similar in content to Argosy required courses as determined by the appropriate Argosy office do not need to be retaken; however, the upper division ( level) credit must be replaced with another upper division elective. The following are requirements for the BSBA degree: o A minimum of 42 upper division credits o Eleven business core courses or credit hours o Four business electives, or 12 credit hours OR one concentration of 12 credits hours o Eleven courses, or credits of Open Electives

7 Raritan Valley Community College Associate of Arts in Human Services Argosy University Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Human Services Concentration GENERAL EDUCATION ENGL 111 English Composition I ENG101 Composition I COMM 101 Speech General Education Communications SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology General Education Social Science PSYC 10 Introduction to Psychology PSY101 General Psychology/Social Science PHIL 106 Current Moral & Social Issues General Education Humanities General Education Humanities General Education Humanities General Education Mathematics -4 General Education Mathematics -4 SOCI 21 American Minority Relations General Education Elective ANTH 202 Global Patterns of Racism General Education Elective General Education Social Science Elective General Education/Open Elective HUMAN SERVICES CORE COURSES CISY 102 Computer Literacy Open Elective HMNS 102 Introduction to Social Work & Social Welfare Open Elective HMNS 201 Human Behavior & the Social Environment Open Elective *HMNS 205 Interviewing & Counseling Skills PSY405 Interviewing Techniques HMNS 207 Social Policy & Politics Open Elective HMNS 290 Internship in Human Services I PSY/Open Elective HMNS 291 Internship in Human Services II PSY/Open Elective HMNS 109 Poverty & Society Open Elective SOCI 201 Contemporary Social Problems Open Elective HMNS Electives: Select two courses from the following: *HMNS 105 Introduction to Addiction PSY70 Introduction to Addiction & Addictive Behavior HMNS 208 Assessment & Treatment of Alcoholism & Drug Addiction PSY/Open Elective HMNS 110 Introduction to Disabilities Open Elective HMNS 212 Community Resources & Case Management PSY/Open Elective HMNS 21 Advanced Counseling Skills PSY400 Counseling Theories HMNS 220 Introduction to Gerontology Open Elective HMNS 240 Introduction to Special Education Open Elective *PSYC 211 Abnormal Psychology PSY81 Abnormal Psychology SOCI 202 Marriage & Family Open Elective CRMJ 212 Juvenile Delinquency Open Elective HMNS 204 Woman & Minorities in the Criminal Justice System Open Elective WGST 110 Introduction to Women & Gender Studies Open Elective Remaining Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Degree Requirements General Education Natural Sciences 6 Mathematics 2- COM180 Interpersonal Effectiveness ASP100 Skills for Success Waived with completion of associate s degree or a minimum of 60 transfer credits and 2.0 cumulative GPA student must 0- complete an additional credit General Education course to satisfy the 42 credits of General Education requirement Core (if not completed above) PSY 210 Psychological Statistics PSY260 Child & Adolescent Development PSY02 Research Methods PSY10 Social Psychology PSY50 Physiological Psychology

8 PSY62 Personality Theories PSY6 Cognitive Psychology PSY81 Abnormal Psychology PSY69 Career Choices in Psychology PSY40 Ethics in Psychology PSY492 Advanced General Psychology Psychology Electives or Optional Concentration Students have the option to select four from the following elective options or an Optional Concentration PSY20 Psychology in the Community PSY 250 Writing in Psychology PSY270 Careers in Psychology PSY04 Human Sexuality PSY07 Adulthood & Aging PSY12 Diversity PSY1 Psychology of Gender PSY82 Positive Psychology PSY499 Psychology Field Experience & Seminar Optional Concentration Human Services PSY70 Introduction to Addiction & Addictive Behavior PSY8 Learning & Behavior PSY400 Counseling Theories PSY405 Interviewing Techniques Open Electives (minimum credits) Total Semester Credits 120 Transfer of Credit/Degree Requirements Students may transfer a maximum of 72 lower division or 90 total semester credit hours *Lower division courses ( level) that are similar in content to Argosy required courses as determined by the appropriate Argosy office do not need to be retaken; however, the upper division ( level) credit must be replaced with another upper division elective. The following are requirements for the BAP degree: o A minimum of 42 upper division credits o Eleven psychology core courses, or credit hours o Four psychology electives, or 12 credits, or one optional concentration consisting of 12 credits o Eleven courses, or credits, of Open Electives

9 Raritan Valley Community College Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts Argosy University Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts FIRST SEMESTER ENGL 111 English Composition I ENG101 Composition I General Education Social Science General Education Social Science General Education Mathematics -4 General Education Mathematics -4 General Education Appreciation of the Arts General Education Humanities Foreign Language General Education Humanities SECOND SEMESTER ENGL 112 English Composition II ENG102 Composition II General Education Social Science General Education Social Science Select one of the following: CISY 102 Computer Literacy CISY 10 Computer Concepts & Programming -4 Open Elective -4 CISY 105 Foundations of Computer Science General Education Communication General Education Elective Foreign Language General Education Elective FUTB 115 Dynamics of Fitness & Wellness 1 Open Elective 1 THIRD SEMESTER General Education Science 4 General Education Natural Science 4 Select one from the following: HIST 101 World Civilization I HIST 102 World Civilization II Open Elective HIST 201 US History: Beginnings to 1877 HIST 202 US History 1877 to Present General Education English Literature Open Elective General Education Global & Cultural Awareness Open Elective Free Elective Open Elective FOURTH SEMESTER General Education Mathematics or Science -4 General Education Mathematics or Natural Science -4 Select one from the following not completed above: HIST 101 World Civilization I HIST 102 World Civilization II Open Elective HIST 201 US History: Beginnings to 1877 HIST 202 US History 1877 to Present General Education English Literature Open Elective Free Elective Open Elective Free Elective Open Elective Remaining Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts Degree Requirements General Education Natural Sciences 0-2 Mathematics 0- COM180 Interpersonal Effectiveness ASP100 Skills for Success Waived with completion of associate s degree or a minimum of 60 transfer credits and 2.0 cumulative GPA student must 0- complete an additional credit General Education course to satisfy the 42 credits of General Education requirement Core 9 COM105 Organizational Communication HUM200 Critical Thinking & Problem Solving HUM440 Critical Thinking: Common Sense & Everyday Life SOC416 Sociological Perspectives on Class, Ethnicity & Gender SOC490 Liberal Arts Capstone To complete the Liberal Arts Core Requirements, students choose three courses or 9 credit hours from three Interdisciplinary Categories (The Individual, The Workplace, and Society) as listed in the catalog. 27 EXAMPLE: The Individual:

10 HUM401 American Voices PSY62 Personality Theories PSY260 Child & Adolescent Development EXAMPLE: The Workplace: PSY20 Psychology in the Community BUS81 Solutions-Focused Leadership MGT450 Cultural Diversity in the Workplace EXAMPLE: The Society: CJA105 Introduction to American Criminal Justice COM450 Communication, Gender & Culture PSY10 Social Psychology Additional Liberal Arts Requirements Students are required to choose six courses from the three interdisciplinary categories that have not been taken to satisfy the 18 Liberal Arts Core Requirements, above. EXAMPLES below: BUS212 Business Law & Corporate Ethics BUS42 Business Psychology CJA0 Juvenile Delinquency CJA426 Terrorism PSY07 Adulthood & Aging PSY81 Abnormal Psychology Open Electives (minimum of 21 credits) Total Semester Credits 120 Transfer of Credit/Degree Requirements Students may transfer a maximum of 72 lower division or 90 total semester credit hours *Lower division courses ( level) that are similar in content to Argosy required courses as determined by the appropriate Argosy office do not need to be retaken; however, the upper division ( level) credit must be replaced with another upper division elective. The following are requirements for the BALA degree: o A minimum of 42 upper division credits o Thirteen core courses or 9 credit hours, six courses, or 18 credits, of Additional Liberal Arts courses that have not been taken to satisfy the Liberal Arts Core Requirements o Seven courses, or 21 credits, of Open Electives

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