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1 How to Use the Articulation Plans In an effort to maximize the transfer of credit, we attempt to match-up the community college associate degree with the University bachelor degree that has the best fit. This does not mean that you can pursue only this degree. You can choose to pursue any bachelor degree at University that you desire; however, the credits may not have the same fit with other bachelor degrees. The Articulation Plans were specifically designed for use by counseling and advising staffs of the community colleges throughout Michigan and Northern Indiana as they work with students interested in transferring from the community college to University. Students may use these Plans if they desire, but the Guide was designed specifically for use by students interested in transferring to University. The Guide is easier to use and less complicated. Click on the back arrow of your browser to access the Guide for the community college you attend. HOW TO DETERMINE WHICH ARTICULATION PLAN YOU SHOULD FOLLOW. Click on the bookmark labeled Cover Page. 2. Scroll through the associate degree programs listed on the left hand side of the page and locate the name of the associate degree program you are pursuing at the community college. a. If the associate degree you are pursing at the community college is not on the list, please contact an admissions representative at the University location nearest you for assistance. 3. Click on the program name you are pursuing at the community college and the corresponding University Articulation Plan will appear. 4. Print two copies of the Articulation Plan - one for your records and one to give to your University admissions representative. 5. When you meet with your University admissions representative make sure to let him/her know the specific Articulation Plan you are interested in following to earn your bachelor s degree from University. HOW TO INTERPRET THE ARTICULATION PLANS The Articulation Plans are composed of 8 columns of information:. The first three (3) columns identify University information. The first column contains the University course code, the second column contains the University course name and the third column contains the number of credits this course is worth at University. 2. The next three columns (columns four, five and six) identify the community college information. The fourth column contains the community college course code, the fifth column contains the community college course name and the sixth column contains the number of credits this course is worth at the community college. The course codes, course names and credits that appear in red identify the courses that make up the associate degree at the community college and show these courses fit into the bachelor degree at University. 3. The seventh column, labeled 3 rd Year, identifies courses that may be taken either at the community college or at University. A student may transfer up to 90 credit hours from the community college. 4. The eighth column, labeled, identifies those courses that must be taken at University to meet program major and residency requirements in order to earn a bachelor s degree through University. 5. The bottom of each column is totaled to identify the number of credits that will be earned by completing the associate s degree, courses taken in the 3 rd Year and courses that must be taken at University. 6. At the bottom of the Articulation Plan are two green boxes. One box identifies the total number of credits that will be taken to earn the bachelor s degree through University, the second box identifies the total number of course that must be taken at University to earn the bachelor s degree through University. If you are a student and have questions about this Articulation Plan or the process to become a University student, please contact an admissions representative at the University location nearest you. If you are an advisor, counselor or faculty member and have questions about this Articulation Plan, please contact Christopher Marx, Director of Articulation at

2 Degree Agreement Associate Degree Programs Bachelor Degree Programs Page Accounting Accounting Fraud Investigation 3 Accounting Accounting Information Management 4 Accounting Professional Accountancy 5 Accounting Finance 6 Computer Science and Information Technology- Information Security and Technology Computer Science and Information Technology- Information Security and Technology Computer Science and Information Technology- Network Technology Computer Science and Information Technology- Network Technology Computer Science and Information Technology- Programming Computer Science and Information Technology- Programming Computer Science and Information Technology- Programming Computer Networking 7 Information and Computer Security 9 Computer Networking 0 Network Security 2 Biometric Security 3 Computer Gaming and Simulation 4 Computer Information Systems 5 Criminal Justice- Corrections Biometric Security 7 Criminal Justice- Law Enforcement with Basic Police Training Public Safety and Security Management 8 Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement Biometric Security 9 Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement Public Safety and Security Management 20 Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement with Basic Police Training/MCOLES Biometric Security 2 Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement with Police Training Biometric Security 22 Dental Assisting Health Services Administration 23 Dental Hygiene Health Services Administration 24 Diagnostic Medical Sonography Health Services Administration 25

3 Associate Degree Programs Bachelor Degree Programs Page Fire Science Technology- Fire Science Tech Option Public Safety and Security Management 26 General Management Human Resource Management 27 General Management International Business 28 General Management Management 29 General Management Strategic Management 30 General Studies Business Professional Studies 3 Legal Support Professional Paralegal Studies 32 Manufacturing and Industrial Technology Applied Business 33 Marketing Management Marketing 34 Mechanical Engineering Technology Applied Business 35 Mechanical Engineering Technology Business Professional Studies 36 Medical Office Professions Health Services Administration 37 Medical Office Professions Medical Case Management 38 Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing 39 Office Services Management Sport Management 40 Office Services Management Strategic Human Resources Management 4 Office Services Management Strategic Management 42 Physical Therapy Assistant Health Services Administration 43 Radiography Health Services Administration 44 Respiratory Care Health Services Administration 45 Skilled Trades (Apprenticeship) Applied Business 46 Surgical Technology Health Services Administration 47 2

4 BBA Accounting Fraud Investigation Accounting ACC FRD BBA 20 credits Associate In Business Studies #072 Foundations of Excellence 39 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 *COM2 Fundamentals of Oral Comm. 3 ECON200 Microeconomics 3 ECN222 Principles of Economics II 4 ECON20 Macroeconomics 3 ECN22 Principles of Economics I 4 ENGL09 Composition 3 *ENG College Composition I 3 ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 *ENG2 College Composition II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 FRSM00 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) Open Elective 3 CST33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 MTH 8 or Mathematical Explorations or MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH 208 Elementary Statistics 3 SOSC20 Diversity in Society 3 3 Humanities Elective 3 Humanities Elective 3 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Gov't Requirement 3-4 Science/Math Elective 3 Science/Math Elective 3 Foundations of Business 32 credits Delta College ACCT20 Accounting Foundations I 4 ACC2 Principles of Accounting I 4 ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II 4 ACC22 Principles of Accounting II 4 ACCT220 Accounting Information Technology 3 ACC24 Microcomputer Accounting Apps. 4 BITS2 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets 3 CST 55 Microsoft Excel 3 BUSN20 Introduction to Business or Business Elective 3 MGT53 Introduction to Business 3 BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL203 Business Ethics 3 FINC2 Corporate Finance 3 ACC 235 Financial Management 3 LEGL20 Business Law Foundations 3 MGT25 Business Law I 3 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 MKTG2 Marketing Foundations 3 MGT 243 Principles of Marketing 3 Major 48 credits Delta College ACCT23 Cost Accounting 3 ACC233 Cost Accounting 3 ACCT30 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACC227 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACCT302 Intermediate Accounting II 4 ACC228 Intermediate Accounting II 4 ACCT30 Accounting Fraud Examination 3 3 ACCT35 Federal Taxation I 3 ACC25 Federal Tax Accounting 3 ACCT320 Auditing & Assurance Services 3 3 ACCT350 Accounting Information Systems 3 3 ACCT40 Internal Auditing I 3 3 ACCT402 Internal Auditing II 3 3 ACCT42 EDP Computer Auditing 3 3 ACCT495 Accounting Issues and Research 4 4 IAAS22 Security Foundations 3 3 IAAS332 Authentication and Audits 3 3 LEGL2 Criminal Law 3 LSP235 Criminal Law and Procedure 3 PSMG250 Investigative Technology and Procedures 3 CJ2 Private Security and Investigative Methods 3 Open Electives credit Delta College OAT5 Business Communication I 3 Accounting Research and ACC285 Application 2 LW LW and LWA or 2 credit LW course 2 General Electives 5 * Preferred Course 24 credits to complete" 90 credits 34 # Recommended Course DU courses to complete

5 BBA Accounting Information Management Accounting ACCT BBA 20 credits Associate In Business Studies #072 Foundations of Excellence 39 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 *COM2 Fundamentals of Oral Comm. 3 ECON200 Microeconomics 3 ECN222 Principles of Economics II 4 ECON20 Macroeconomics 3 ECN22 Principles of Economics I 4 ENGL09 Composition 3 *ENG College Composition I 3 ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 *ENG2 College Composition II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 FRSM00 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) Open Elective 3 CST33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 MTH 8 or Mathematical Explorations or MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH 208 Elementary Statistics 3 SOSC20 Diversity in Society 3 3 Humanities Elective 3 Humanities Elective 3 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Gov't Requirement 3-4 Science/Math Elective 3 Science/Math Elective 3 Foundations of Business 32 credits Delta College ACCT20 Accounting Foundations I 4 ACC2 Principles of Accounting I 4 ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II 4 ACC22 Principles of Accounting II 4 ACCT220 Accounting Information Technology 3 ACC24 Microcomputer Accounting Apps. 4 BITS2 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets 3 CST 55 Microsoft Excel 3 BUSN20 Introduction to Business or Business Elective 3 MGT53 Introduction to Business 3 BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL203 Business Ethics 3 FINC2 Corporate Finance 3 ACC 235 Financial Management 3 LEGL20 Business Law Foundations 3 MGT25 Business Law I 3 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 MKTG2 Marketing Foundations 3 MGT 243 Principles of Marketing 3 Major 42 credits Delta College ACCT23 Cost Accounting 3 ACC233 Cost Accounting 3 ACCT30 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACC227 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACCT302 Intermediate Accounting II 4 ACC228 Intermediate Accounting II 4 ACCT35 Federal Taxation I 3 ACC25 Federal Tax Accounting 3 ACCT38 Payroll and State Tax 3 3 ACCT320 Auditing & Assurance Services 3 3 ACCT350 Accounting Information Systems 3 3 ACCT420 Government/Not-for-Profit Accounting 3 3 ACCT495 Accounting Issues and Research 4 4 Choose 2 Hours of Accounting Electives from list below or choose a specialty: Internal Auditing Specialty Management Accounting Specialty Accounting Electives [AI] 2 2 ACCT34 Cost Management 3 ACCT36 Federal Taxation II 3 ACCT40 Internal Auditing I 3 ACCT402 Internal Auditing II 3 ACCT45 Advanced Accounting Topics 3 ACCT42 EDP Computer Auditing 3 ACCT440 Advanced Strategic Management Accounting 3 ACCT490 Accounting Internship 3 FINC22 Advanced Corporate Finance 3 Internal Auditing Specialty [AIIA] 2 or 2 ACCT34 Cost Management 3 ACCT40 Internal Auditing I 3 ACT402 Internal Auditing II 3 ACCT42 EDP Computer Auditing 3 Management Account Specialty [AIMA] 2 or 2 Choose 2 credits from the following: ACCT34 Cost Management 3 ACCT45 Advanced Accounting Topics 3 ACCT42 EDP Computer Auditing 3 ACCT440 Advanced Strategic Management Accounting 3 FINC22 Advanced Corporate Finance 3 Open Electives 7 credits Delta College OAT5 Business Communication I 3 ACC285 Accounting Research and Application 2 LW course 2 General Electives 5 * Preferred Course 24 credits to complete" 90 credits 34 # Recommended Course DU courses to complete

6 BBA/MBA Professional Accountancy Accounting PROACCB/MBA 50 credits Associate In Business Studies #072 Foundations of Excellence 39 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 *COM2 Fundamentals of Oral Comm. 3 ECON200 Microeconomics 3 ECN222 Principles of Economics II 4 ECON20 Macroeconomics 3 ECN22 Principles of Economics I 4 ENGL09 Composition 3 *ENG College Composition I 3 ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 *ENG2 College Composition II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) Open FRSM00 Elective 3 CST33 Computer Concepts p and Competencies 4 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH 208 Elementary Statistics 3 SOSC20 Diversity in Society 3 3 Humanities Elective 3 Humanities Elective 3 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Gov't Requirement 3-4 Science/Math Elective 3 Science/Math Elective 3 Foundations of Business 32 credits Delta College ACCT20 Accounting Foundations I 4 ACC2 Principles of Accounting I 4 ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II 4 ACC22 Principles of Accounting II 4 ACCT220 Accounting Information Technology 3 ACC24 Microcomputer Accounting Apps. 4 BITS2 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets 3 CST 55 Microsoft Excel 3 BUSN20 Introduction to Business or Business Elective 3 MGT53 Introduction to Business 3 BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL203 Business Ethics 3 FINC2 Corporate Finance 3 ACC 235 Financial Management 3 LEGL20 Business Law Foundations 3 MGT25 Business Law I 3 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 MKTG2 Marketing Foundations 3 MGT 243 Principles of Marketing 3 Major 76 credits Delta College ACCT23 Cost Accounting 3 ACC233 Cost Accounting 3 ACCT30 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACC227 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACCT302 Intermediate Accounting II 4 ACC228 Intermediate Accounting II 4 ACCT35 Federal Taxation I 3 ACC25 Federal Tax Accounting 3 ACCT38 Payroll and State Tax 3 3 ACCT320 Auditing & Assurance Services 3 3 ACCT350 Accounting Information Systems 3 3 ACCT45 Adv Accounting Topics 3 3 ACCT420 Government/Not-for-Profit Accounting 3 3 ACCT495 Accounting Issues & Research 4 4 MGMT420 Corporate Governance & Ethics 3 3 ACCT600 Professional Accountancy Seminar ACCT640 Managerial Accounting 3 3 ACCT650 CPA Responsibilities and Ethics 3 3 ACCT730 Taxation Corporations and Trust 3 3 BUSN650 Business Analysis 3 3 ECON625 Managerial Economics 3 3 FINC620 Financial Management 3 3 MGMT645 Organizational Development and Culture 3 3 MGMT650 Business Analysis 3 3 MGMT755 Strategic Planning & Management 3 3 MISG620 Accounting Information Systems 3 3 MKTG60 Marketing Strategies 3 3 MBA Accounting Electives (ACCT ) 6 6 Capstone CAPS790 or CAPS799 Delta College Capstone Internship or Capstone Experience 3 3 Open Electives 3 credits Delta College OAT5 Business Communication I 3 ACC285 Accounting Research and Application 2 LW LW and LWA or 2 credit LW course 2 General Electives 5 * Preferred Course 6 credits to complete" 90 credits 7 # Recommended Course 24 DU courses to complete

7 BBA Finance Accounting FINANCE BBA 20 credits Associate In Business Studies #072 Foundations of Excellence 39 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 *COM2 Fundamentals of Oral Comm. 3 ECON200 Microeconomics 3 ECN222 Principles of Economics II 4 ECON20 Macroeconomics 3 ECN22 Principles of Economics I 4 ENGL09 Composition 3 *ENG College Composition I 3 ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 *ENG2 College Composition II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) Open FRSM00 Elective 3 CST33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 MTH 8 or Mathematical Explorations or MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH 208 Elementary Statistics 3 SOSC20 Diversity in Society 3 3 Humanities Elective 3 Humanities Elective 3 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Gov't Requirement 3-4 Science/Math Elective 3 Science/Math Elective 3 Foundations of Business 32 credits Delta College ACCT20 Accounting Foundations I 4 ACC2 Principles of Accounting I 4 ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II 4 ACC22 Principles of Accounting II 4 BITS2 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets 3 ACC24 Microcomputer Accounting Apps. 4 BUSN20 Introduction to Business or Business Elective 3 CST 55 Microsoft Excel 3 BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 MGT53 Introduction to Business 3 CISP2 Computer Foundations 3 PHL203 Business Ethics 3 FINC2 Corporate Finance 3 ACC 235 Financial Management 3 LEGL20 Business Law Foundations 3 MGT25 Business Law I 3 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 MKTG2 Marketing Foundations 3 MGT 243 Principles of Marketing 3 Major credits Delta College ACCT30 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACC227 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACCT35 Federal Taxation I 3 ACC25 Federal Tax Accounting 3 FINC22 Advanced Corporate Finance 3 3 FINC25 Investment Planning 3 3 FINC220 Money & Banking 3 3 FINC22 Financial Analysis 3 3 FINC320 International Finance 3 3 FINC402 Portfolio Management 3 3 FINC403 Health Care Finance 3 3 Choose 3 of the following electives [FN] or the Financial Planning Specialty: 9-0 credits 6 ACCT302 Intermediate Accounting II 4 ACC228 Intermediate Accounting II 4 FINC222 Behavioral Finance 3 FINC230 Financial Planning & Insurance 3 FINC30 Retirement Plan/Employee Benefits 3 FINC30 Real Estate Finance 3 FINC40 Estate Planning 3 Financial Planning Specialty [FFP] 5 credits ACCT36 Federal Taxation II 3 FINC222 Behavioral Finance 3 FINC230 Financial Planning & Insurance 3 FINC30 Retirement Plan/Employee Benefits 3 FINC40 Estate Planning 3 Open Electives 6-2 credits Delta College ACC233 Cost Accounting 3 OAT5 Business Communication I 3 ACC285 Accounting Research and Application 2 LW LW and LWA or 2 credit LW course 2 General Electives 5 * Preferred Course 23 credits to complete" 90 credits 33 # Recommended Course DU courses to complete

8 BS Computer Networking Associate in Applied Science NETW BS 20 credits Computer Science and Information Technology (CST) Information Security and Technology - #765 Foundations of Excellence 42 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 COM2 Fundamentals of Communication 3 ENG or College Composition I or Business ENGL09 Composition 3 OAT 5 Communications I 3 ENG 2 College Composition II or or ENG 3 Technical Communications or Business ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 or OAT 52 Communications II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) FRSM00 Open Elective 3 CJ 0 W Intro. To Criminal Justice 3 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 MATH35 College Algebra 3 3 MATH40 Finite Mathematics 3 MTH20 Finite Mathematics 3 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH208 Elementary Statistics 3 PHYS00 Applied Physics 2 PHY PHYS00L Applied Physics Lab General Physics I 4 SOSC20 Diversity in Society SSI 288 or 3 SSI 289 Exploring Diversity or Exploring Diversity (with project) 2-3 Humanities Elective 3 PHL 20 Information Technology Ethics and Law 2 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Government 3 Social Science Elective 3 PSY 2 General Psychology 4 Foundations of Technology 24 credits Delta College BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL 203 Business Ethics 3 CISP Systems Foundations 3 CST 235 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CISP220 Web Applications 3 3 CISP247 Database Design 3 3 CISP250 Discrete Structures 3 3 GPMT350 Principles of Project Management 3 3 IAAS22 or Security Foundations or CST 266 Information and Security 4 IAAS224 Implementing Network Security 3 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 Major credits Delta College PC Hardware Concepts and NETW0 PC Operating System 3 CST 28 Troubleshooting 4 NETW20 PC Maintenance and Management 3 CST 228 Advanced PC Troubleshooting 4 TECH497 Capstone/Computer Networking 3 3 Microsoft MCSA Certification [MCSA] 9 credits NETW4 MS Client & Server OS 3 #CST 63 Intro. To Windows Network Admin. 2 NETW24 MS Implement Network Infrastructure 3 3 IAAS224 or Implementing Network Security or IAAS244 or MS Implementing Security or NETW243 MS Administer SQL Server 3 #CST 263 Advanced Microsoft Networking 3

9 Choose CCNA or Network Security Certification: Cisco CCNA Certification [CCNA] 2 credits NETW Cisco Networking Fundamentals 3 CST 64 Intro. To Cisco Internetworking 2 NETW2 Cisco Networking Router IOS 3 CST 264 Adv. Cisco Internetworking 3 NETW2 Cisco Networking LAN Design 3 3 NETW22 Cisco Networking WAN Design 3 3 Network Security+ [NSSP] 2 credits or 2 IAAS35 or Cisco Networking Security I or IAAS32 Securing the Infrastructure 3 IAAS36 or Cisco Networking Security II or IAAS322 Network Defense/Countermeasure 3 IAAS42 Computer Forensics 3 NETW220 Data Communications and Networks 3 Choose one of the following certification specialties: Microsoft MCSE [MCSE] 5 credits 5 NETW34 MS Plan & Implement Active Directory 3 NETW342 MS Planning Network Infrastructure 3 NETW44 or MS Designing Active Directory or NETW442 MS Designing Network Security 3 Technology Electives 6 Cisco CCNP [CCNP] 6 credits or 6 NETW3 Cisco Networking Advanced Routing 4 NETW32 Cisco Networking Secure WAN's 4 NETW4 Cisco Networking Advanced Switching 4 NETW42 Cisco Networking Optimize WAN's 4 Open Electives 8-9 credits Delta College MTH2 Trigonometry 3 CST 33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 CJ 82 Intro. To Security 3 CJ 20 Intro. To Criminal Investigation 3 CJ 2 Private Security and Investigative Methods 3 CJ 25 Intro. To Homeland Security 3 CJ 220 Crime Laboratory Techniques 3 CST 20 PC Operating Systems Command Techniques CST 26 Unix/Linux Operating System 2 CST 6 Networking Essentials 2 CST 260 TCP/IP Theories and Practice 2 CST 267 Intro. To Computer Forensics 3 Elective LW Elective LWA/LW LWA Course or LW Course -2 **Student who complete IAAS224 as a part of the Foundations of Technology must take an additional IAAS prefixed course which must be used as a substitution in the MCSA Certification Specialty. + Students selecting the Network Security Specialty are required to take IIAS224 in the Foundations of Technology. * Preferred Course 35 credits to complete 90 credits 45 # Recommended Course 5 DU courses to complete 2

10 BS Information & Computer Security Associate in Applied Science INFO SEC BS 20 credits Computer Science and Information Technology (CST) Information Security and Technology - #765 Foundations of Excellence 42 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 COM2 Fundamentals of Communication 3 ENG or College Composition I or Business ENGL09 Composition 3 OAT 5 Communications I 3 ENG 2 College Composition II or ENGL0 Advanced Composition or ENG 3 Technical Communications or Business 3 or OAT 52 Communications II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) FRSM00 Open Elective 3 CJ 0 W Intro. To Criminal Justice 3 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 MATH35 College Algebra 3 3 MATH40 Finite Mathematics 3 MTH20 Finite Mathematics 3 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH208 Elementary Statistics 3 PHYS00 Applied Physics 2 PHY PHYS00L Applied Physics Lab General Physics I 4 SOSC20 Diversity in Society SSI 288 or 3 SSI 289 Exploring Diversity or Exploring Diversity (with project) 2-3 Humanities Elective 3 PHL 20 Information Technology Ethics and Law 2 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Government 3 Social Science Elective 3 PSY 2 General Psychology 4 Foundations of Technology 24 credits Delta College BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL 203 Business Ethics 3 CISP Systems Foundations 3 CST 235 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CISP220 Web Applications 3 3 CISP247 Database Design 3 3 CISP250 Discrete Structures 3 3 GPMT350 Principles of Project Management 3 3 IAAS22 or Security Foundations or CST 266 Information and Security 4 IAAS224 Implementing Network Structure 3 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 Major 42 credits Delta College CISP27 UNIX Operating Systems 3 CST 26 Unix/Linux Operating System 2 IAAS245 Disaster Recovery 3 3 IAAS325 Wireless Networking & Security 3 3 IAAS330 Information Warfare and Security 3 3 IAAS33 DB and Distributed Systems 3 3 IAAS332 Authentication and Audits 3 3 IAAS48 Information Security and Assurance 3 3 IAAS482 Vulnerability Assessment 3 3 IAAS483 Detection, Prev and Response Processes 3 3 IAAS49 Cryptography 3 3 IAAS492 Legal & Ethical Issues in Info Assurance 3 3 NETW0 PC Operating Systems 3 CST 28 PC Hardware Concepts and Troubleshooting 4 NETW or Cisco Networking Fundamentals or NETW220 Data Communications and Networks 3 #CST64 Introduction to Cisco Internetworking 2 TECH497 School of Technology Capstone 3 3 Open Electives 2 credits Delta College Recommended Electives: IAAS222 Biometrics Fundamentals IAAS223 Applicable Biometrics IAAS326 Biometric Spoofing GPMT400 Resource Management of Projects CST 228 Advanced PC Troubleshooting 4 Choose Course from group 2 electives 3 MTH2 Trigonometry 3 CST 33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 CJ 82 Intro. To Security 3 CJ 20 Intro. To Criminal Investigation 3 CJ 2 Private Security and Investigative Methods 3 CJ 25 Intro. To Homeland Security 3 CJ 220 Crime Laboratory Techniques 3 CST 20 PC Operating Systems Command Techniques CST 6 Networking Essentials 2 CST 260 TCP/IP Theories and Practice 2 CST 267 Intro. To Computer Forensics 3 Elective LW Elective LWA/LW LWA Course or LW Course -2 * Preferred Course 4 credits to complete 90 credits 5 # Recommended Course 7 DU courses to complete

11 BS Computer Networking Associate in Applied Science NETW BS 20 credits Computer Science and Information Technology (CST) Network Technology - #735 Foundations of Excellence 42 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 COM2 Fundamentals of Communication 3 ENG or College Composition I or Business ENGL09 Composition 3 OAT 5 Communications I 3 ENG 2 College Composition II or or ENG 3 Technical Communications or Business ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 or OAT 52 Communications II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) FRSM00 Open Elective 3 MTH2 Trigonometry 3 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 MATH35 College Algebra 3 3 MATH40 Finite Mathematics 3 MTH20 Finite Mathematics 3 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH208 Elementary Statistics 3 PHYS00 Applied Physics 2 PHY General Physics I 4 PHYS00L Applied Physics Lab SOSC20 Diversity in Society SSI 288 or 3 SSI 289 Exploring Diversity or Exploring Diversity (with project) 2-3 Humanities Elective 3 PHL 20 Information Technology Ethics and Law 2 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Government Requirement 3-4 Social Science Elective 3 Social Science Elective Course 3 Foundations of Technology 24 credits Delta College BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL 203 Business Ethics 3 CISP Systems Foundations 3 CST 235 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CISP220 Web Applications 3 3 CISP247 Database Design 3 3 CISP250 Discrete Structures 3 3 GPMT350 Principles of Project Management 3 3 IAAS22 or Security Foundations or CST 266 Information Security 4 IAAS224 Implementing Network Security 3 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 #MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 Major credits Delta College PC Hardware Concepts and NETW0 PC Operating System 3 CST 28 Troubleshooting 4 NETW20 PC Maintenance and Management 3 CST 228 Advanced PC Troubleshooting 4 TECH497 Capstone/Computer Networking 3 3 Microsoft MCSA Certification [MCSA] 9 credits NETW4 MS Client & Server OS 3 CST 63 Intro. To Windows Network Administration 2 NETW24 MS Implement Network Infrastructure 3 3 IAAS224 or Implementing Network Security or IAAS244 or MS Implementing Security or NETW243 MS Administer SQL Server 3 3

12 Choose CCNA or Network Security Certification: Cisco CCNA Certification [CCNA] 2 credits NETW Cisco Networking Fundamentals 3 NETW2 Cisco Networking Router IOS 3 NETW2 Cisco Networking LAN Design 3 NETW22 Cisco Networking WAN Design 3 Network Security+ [NSSP] 2 credits or 2 IAAS35 or Cisco Networking Security I or IAAS32 Securing the Infrastructure 3 3 IAAS36 or Cisco Networking Security II or IAAS322 Network Defense/Countermeasure 3 3 IAAS42 Computer Forensics 3 3 NETW220 Data Communications and Networks 3 CST 6 Networking Essentials 2 Choose one of the following certification specialties: Microsoft MCSE [MCSE] 5 credits 5 NETW34 MS Plan & Implement Active Directory 3 NETW342 MS Planning Network Infrastructure 3 NETW44 or MS Designing Active Directory or NETW442 MS Designing Network Security 3 Technology Electives 6 Cisco CCNP [CCNP] 6 credits or 6 NETW3 Cisco Networking Advanced Routing 4 NETW32 Cisco Networking Secure WAN's 4 NETW4 Cisco Networking Advanced Switching 4 NETW42 Cisco Networking Optimize WAN's 4 Open Electives 8-9 credits Delta College CST 26 Unix/Linux Operating System 2 CST 33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 CST 20 PC Operating System Command Line Interface CST 23 Windows Operating System CST 70 Principles of Computer Programming I CST 260 TCP/IP Theories and Practice 2 Database Mgmt/Networking Electives 6-7 Advanced Database Mgmt/Networking Elect. 6 ACC 2 Principles of Accounting 4 LW 220 Lifelong Wellness LWEL Lifelong Wellness Elective **Student who complete IAAS224 as a part of the Foundations of Technology must take an additional IAAS prefixed course which must be used as a substitution in the MCSA Certification Specialty. + Students selecting the Network Security Specialty are required to take IIAS224 in the Foundations of Technology. * Preferred Course 4 credits to complete 90 credits 5 # Recommended Course 7 DU courses to complete 2

13 BS Network Security Associate of Applied Science NETW SEC BS 20 credits Computer Science and Information Technology (CST) Network Technology - #735 Foundations of Excellence 42 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 COM2 Fundamentals of Communication 3 ENG or College Composition I or Business ENGL09 Composition 3 OAT 5 Communications I 3 ENG 2 or College Composition II or ENG 3 or Technical Communications or Business ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 OAT 52 Communications II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) FRSM00 Open Elective 3 MTH2 Trigonometry 3 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 MATH35 College Algebra 3 3 MATH40 Finite Mathematics 3 MTH20 Finite Mathematics 3 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH208 Elementary Statistics 3 PHYS00 Applied Physics 2 PHY PHYS00L Applied Physics Lab General Physics I 4 SOSC20 Diversity in Society SSI 288 or 3 SSI 289 Exploring Diversity or Exploring Diversity (with project) 2-3 Humanities Elective 3 PHL 20 Information Technology Ethics and Law 2 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Government Requirement 3-4 Social Science Elective 3 Social Science Elective Course 3 Foundations of Technology 24 credits Delta College BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL 203 Business Ethics 3 CISP Systems Foundations 3 CST 235 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CISP220 Web Applications 3 3 CISP247 Database Design 3 3 CISP250 Discrete Structures 3 3 GPMT350 Principles of Project Management 3 3 IAAS22 or Security Foundations or CST 266 Information Security 4 IAAS224 Implementing Network Structure 3 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 #MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 Major 39 credits Delta College CISP27 UNIX Operating Systems 3 CST 26 Unix/Linux Operating System 2 IAAS245 Disaster Recovery 3 3 IAAS32 Securing the Infrastructure 3 3 IAAS322 Network Defense/Countermeasure 3 3 IAAS325 Wireless Networking and Security 3 3 IAAS42 Computer Forensics 3 3 IAAS48 Information Security and Assurance 3 3 NETW0 PC Operating Systems 3 CST 28 PC Hardware Concepts and Troubleshooting 4 NETW or Cisco Networking Fundamentals or NETW220 Data Communications & Networks 3 CST 6 Networking Essentials 2 NETW2 or Cisco Networking Router IOS or NETW24 MS Implement Network Infrastructure 3 CST264 Advanced Cisco Networking 3 NETW4 MS Client & Server OS 3 CST 63 Intro. To Windows Network Administration 2 NETW20 PC Maintenance & Management 3 CST 228 Advanced PC Troubleshooting 4 TECH497 School of Technology Capstone 3 3 Open Electives 5 credits Delta College Recommended Electives: IAAS222 Biometrics Fundamentals IAAS223 Applicable Biometrics IAAS326 Biometric Spoofing GPMT400 Resource Management of Projects CST 33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 PC Operating System Command Line CST 20 Interface CST 23 Windows Operating System CST 70 Principles of Computer Programming I CST 260 TCP/IP Theories and Practice 2 Database Mgmt/Networking Electives 6-7 Advanced Database Mgmt/Networking Elect. 6 ACC 2 Principles of Accounting 4 LW 220 Lifelong Wellness LWEL Lifelong Wellness Elective * Preferred Course 29 credits to complete 90 credits 39 # Recommended Course 3 DU courses to complete

14 BS Biometric Security Associate in Applied Science BIO SEC BS 20 credits Computer Science and Information Technology (CST) Programming - #737 Foundations of Excellence 42 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 COM2 Fund of Oral Communication 3 ENG or College Composition I or Business ENGL09 Composition 3 OAT 5 Communications I 3 ENG 2 or College Composition II or ENG 3 or Technical Communications or Business ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 OAT 52 Communications II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) FRSM00 Open Elective 3 CST 83 Java Programming 3 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 MATH35 College Algebra 3 3 MATH40 Finite Mathematics 3 MTH20 Finite Mathematics 3 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH208 Elementary Statistics 3 PHYS00 Applied Physics 2 PHYS00L Applied Physics Lab PHY General Physics I 4 SSI 288 or Exploring Diversity or SOSC20 Diversity in Society 3 SSI 289 Exploring Diversity (with project) 2-3 Humanities Elective 3 SPH 4 Interpersonal Communications 3 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Government 3-4 Social Science Elective 3 Social Science Elective Course 3 Foundations of Technology 24 credits Delta College BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL 203 Business Ethics 3 CISP Systems Foundations 3 CST 235 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CISP220 Web Applications 3 CST20 Advanced Web Page Development 2 CISP247 Database Design 3 3 CISP250 Discrete Structures 3 MTH260 Discrete Mathematics 3 GPMT350 Principles of Project Management 3 3 IAAS22 or Security Foundations or IAAS224 Implementing Network Security 3 CST 266 Information Security 4 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 Major 42 credits Delta College BIOL0 Foundations of Cell Biology 3 BIOL30 Intro. To Chemistry and Cell Biology 3 CISP23 C++ Programming I 3 CST 80 C++ Programming 4 CISP232 C++ Programming II 3 CST 280 Advanced C++ Programming 4 CISP325 Data Mining 3 3 IAAS222 Biometric Fundamentals 3 3 IAAS223 Applicable Biometrics 3 3 IAAS326 Biometric Spoofing 3 3 IAAS330 Information Warfare & Security 3 3 IAAS332 Authentication and Audits 3 3 IAAS340 Biometric ID & Privacy Laws 3 3 IAAS350 Credential Hardening 3 3 IAAS425 Biometric Security Architectures 3 3 IAAS446 Advances in Biometric Techniques 3 3 TECH497 School of Technology Capstone 3 3 Open Electives 2 credits Delta College Recommended Electives: CISP27 Unix Operating Systems CST 26 Unix/Linux Operating System 2 CISP280 Artificial Intelligence CISP32 Data Structures CISP35 Database -MySQL CISP420 Distributed Architectures MTH2 Trigonometry 3 CST 55 Microsoft Excel 3 CST 33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 CST0 Web Page Development Using HTML CST 257 Database MS Access 3 CST 7 Visual Basic Programming I 2 CST 27 Visual Basic Programming II 3 ACC 2 Principles of Accounting I 4 CST 03 Windows Foundations I CST 70 Principles of Computer Programming CST 77 Principles of Computer Programming II CST 258 Intro. To Structured Query Language CST 273 MS Applications using Visual BASIC 2 Elective LW Elective LWA/LW LWA Course or LW Course -2 PHL 20 Information Technology Ethics and Law 2 * Preferred Course 35 credits to complete 90 credits 45 # Recommended Course 5 DU courses to complete

15 BS Computer Gaming and Simulation Associate in Applied Science GAM SIM BS 20 credits Computer Science and Information Technology (CST) Programming - #737 Foundations of Excellence 42 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 COM2 Fund of Oral Communication 3 ENG or College Composition I or Business ENGL09 Composition 3 OAT 5 Communications I 3 ENG 2 or College Composition II or ENG 3 or Technical Communications or Business ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 OAT 52 Communications II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) FRSM00 Open Elective 3 CST 83 Java Programming 3 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 MATH35 College Algebra 3 3 MATH40 Finite Mathematics 3 MTH20 Finite Mathematics 3 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH208 Elementary Statistics 3 PHYS00 Applied Physics 2 PHY PHYS00L Applied Physics Lab General Physics I 4 SSI 288 or Exploring Diversity or SOSC20 Diversity in Society 3 SSI 289 Exploring Diversity (with project) 2-3 Humanities Elective 3 SPH 4 Interpersonal Communications 3 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Government 3-4 Social Science Elective 3 Social Science Elective Course 3 Foundations of Technology 24 credits Delta College BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL 203 Business Ethics 3 CISP Systems Foundations 3 CST 235 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CISP220 Web Applications 3 CST20 Advanced Web Page Development 2 CISP247 Database Design 3 3 CISP250 Discrete Structures 3 MTH260 Discrete Mathematics 3 GPMT350 Principles of Project Management 3 3 IAAS22 or Security Foundations or IAAS224 Implementing Network Security 3 CST 266 Information Security 4 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 Major 42 credits Delta College BITS302 Graphic Illustration Software 3 3 CISP23 C++ Programming I 3 CST 80 C++ Programming 4 CISP232 C++ Programming II 3 CST 280 Advanced C++ Programming 4 CISP237 Java Programming I 3 CST83 Java Programming 3 CISP239 Java Programming II 3 3 CISP24 Visual Basic Programming I 3 CST 7 Visual Basic Programming I 2 CISP244 Introduction to Game Theory 3 3 CISP280 Artificial Intelligence 3 3 CISP32 Data Structures 3 3 CISP34 Web Design 3 3 CISP335 Game Development 3 CST86 Intro. To Game Programming 2 CISP370 3D Game Development 3 3 CISP448 Collaborative Game Development 3 3 TECH497 School of Technology Capstone 3 3 Open Electives 2 credits Delta College Recommended Electives: BITS303 Web Authoring Applications CISP27 UNIX Operating Systems CST 26 Unix/Linux Operating System 2 CISP35 Database -MySQL CISP420 Distributed Architectures MTH2 Trigonometry 3 CST 55 Microsoft Excel 3 CST 33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 CST0 Web Page Development Using HTML CST 257 Database MS Access 3 CST 27 Visual Basic Programming II 3 ACC 2 Principles of Accounting I 4 CST 03 Windows Foundations I CST 70 Principles of Computer Programming CST 77 Principles of Computer Programming II CST 258 Intro. To Structured Query Language CST 273 MS Applications using Visual BASIC 2 Elective LW Elective LWA/LW LWA Course or LW Course -2 PHL 20 Information Technology Ethics and Law 2 * Preferred Course 29 credits to complete 90 credits 39 # Recommended Course 3 DU courses to complete

16 BS Computer Information Systems Associate in Applied Science CMP INFO BS 20 credits Computer Science and Information Technology (CST) Programming - #737 Foundations of Excellence 42 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 COM2 Fund of Oral Communication 3 ENG or College Composition I or Business ENGL09 Composition 3 OAT 5 Communications I 3 ENG 2 or College Composition II or ENGL0 Advanced Composition ENG 3 or 3 OAT 52 Technical Communications or Business Communications II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) FRSM00 Open Elective 3 CST 83 Java Programming 3 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 MATH35 College Algebra 3 3 MATH40 Finite Mathematics 3 MTH20 Finite Mathematics 3 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH208 Elementary Statistics 3 PHYS00 Applied Physics 2 PHY PHYS00L Applied Physics Lab General Physics I 4 SOSC20 Diversity in Society SSI 288 or 3 SSI 289 Exploring Diversity or Exploring Diversity (with project) 2-3 Humanities Elective 3 SPH 4 Interpersonal Communications 3 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Government 3-4 Social Science Elective 3 Social Science Elective Course 3 Foundations of Technology 24 credits Delta College BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL 20 Information Technology Ethics and Law 2 CISP Systems Foundations 3 CST 235 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CISP220 Web Applications 3 CST20 Advanced Web Page Development 2 CISP247 Database Design 3 3 CISP250 Discrete Structures 3 MTH260 Discrete Mathematics 3 GPMT350 Principles of Project Management 3 3 IAAS22 or Security Foundations or IAAS224 Implementing Network Security 3 CST 266 Information Security 4 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 Major credits Delta College BITS22 Microcomputer Apps: Database 3 CST257 Database MS Access 3 CISP27 UNIX Operating Systems 3 CST 26 Unix/Linux Operating System 2 Object Oriented Programming I Choose between Java, VB.Net or C++ 3 CST 80 C++ Programming 4 Object Oriented Programming II Sequential to language chosen in Object Oriented Programming I 3 CST 280 Advanced C++ Programming 4 CISP325 Data Mining 3 3 CISP40 Systems Analysis and Design 3 3 NETW0 PC Operating Systems 3 CST28 PC Hardware Troubleshooting 4 TECH497 School of Technology Capstone 3 3

17 Choose one of the following specialties (2-6 credits) Database Management [CTDM] 6 credits Delta College CISP280 Artificial Intelligence 3 CISP3 Database - Oracle 4 CISP35 Database - MySQL 3 CISP420 Distributed Architectures 3 IAAS33 Database and Distributed Systems 3 Global Project Management [CTGT] 2credits Delta College GPMT385 Special Topics: Global Project Mgmt 3 GPMT400 Resource Management of Projects 3 GPMT40 Global Sourcing for Projects 3 GPMT445 Simulation and Case Study in Project Mgmt 3 Programming [CTPR] 5 credits Delta College Choose two of the following OOP sequenced languages, not included in the Major core: VB.NET I + VB.NET II; CST 7 Visual Basic Programming I 2 C++ I and C++ II; CST 27 Visual Basic Programming II 3 Java I and Java II 2 CISP32 Data Structures Web Development [CTDV] 6 credits Delta College CISP2 E-Business Foundations 3 CISP238 Server Side Scripting I 3 CISP30 Server Side Scripting II 3 CISP34 Web Design 4 CISP405 B2B e-commerce 3 Web Design [CTDS] 6 credits Delta College CISP2 E-Business Foundations 3 BITS30 Image Editing Applications 3 BITS302 Graphic Illustration Software 3 BITS303 Web Authoring 3 CISP34 Graphic Design 4 Open Electives BUSN20 Introduction to Business 4-8 credits Delta College Recommended Electives for Database Management: GPMT400 Resource Management for Projects GPMT40 Global Sourcing for Projects Recommended Electives for Project Management: CISP35 Database-MySQL CISP420 Distributed Architectures Recommended Electives for Programming: CISP238 Server Side Scripting I CISP30 Server Side Scripting II Recommended Electives for Web Development: BITS303 Web Authoring Applications CISP35 Database-MySQL Recommended Electives for Web Design: Choose one of following not included in major core: VB.NET I &II, C++ I &II, or Java I and II MTH2 Trigonometry 3 CST 55 Microsoft Excel 3 CST 33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 CST0 Web Page Development Using HTML CST 257 Database MS Access 3 ACC 2 Principles of Accounting I 4 CST 03 Windows Foundations I CST 70 Principles of Computer Programming CST 77 Principles of Computer Programming II CST 258 Intro. To Structured Query Language CST 273 MS Applications using Visual BASIC 2 LW Elective LW Elective LWA/LW LWA Course or LW Course -2 * Preferred Course 20 credits to complete 90 credits 30 # Recommended Course 0 DU courses to complete 2

18 BS Biometric Security Associate in Applied Science BIO SEC BS 20 credits Criminal Justice- Corrections Option Foundations of Excellence 42 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 COM2 Fund of Oral Communication 3 ENG or College Composition I or Business ENGL09 Composition 3 OAT 5 Communications I 3 ENG 2 or College Composition II or ENG 3 or Technical Communications or Business ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 OAT 52 Communications II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) FRSM00 Open Elective 3 SOC2 Principles of Sociology 3 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 MATH35 College Algebra 3 3 MATH40 Finite Mathematics 3 MTH20 Finite Mathematics 3 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH208 Elementary Statistics 3 PHYS00 Applied Physics 2 PHY PHYS00L Applied Physics Lab General Physics I 4 SSI 288 or Exploring Diversity or SOSC20 Diversity in Society 3 SSI 289 Exploring Diversity (with project) 2-3 Humanities Elective 3 Humanities 3 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Government 3-4 Social Science Elective 3 PSY2 General Psychology 4 Foundations of Technology 24 credits Delta College BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL 203 Business Ethics 3 CISP Systems Foundations 3 CST 235 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CISP220 Web Applications 3 CST20 Advanced Web Page Development 2 CISP247 Database Design 3 3 CISP250 Discrete Structures 3 MTH260 Discrete Mathematics 3 GPMT350 Principles of Project Management 3 3 IAAS22 or Security Foundations or IAAS224 Implementing Network Security 3 CST 266 Information Security 4 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 Major 42 credits Delta College BIOL0 Foundations of Cell Biology 3 3 CISP23 C++ Programming I 3 CST 80 C++ Programming 4 CISP232 C++ Programming II 3 CST 280 Advanced C++ Programming 4 CISP325 Data Mining 3 3 IAAS222 Biometric Fundamentals 3 3 IAAS223 Applicable Biometrics 3 3 IAAS326 Biometric Spoofing 3 3 IAAS330 Information Warfare & Security 3 3 IAAS332 Authentication and Audits 3 3 IAAS340 Biometric ID & Privacy Laws 3 3 IAAS350 Credential Hardening 3 3 IAAS425 Biometric Security Architectures 3 3 IAAS446 Advances in Biometric Techniques 3 3 TECH497 School of Technology Capstone 3 3 Open Electives 2 credits Delta College Recommended Electives: CISP27 Unix Operating Systems CISP280 Artificial Intelligence CISP32 Data Structures CISP35 Database -MySQL CISP420 Distributed Architectures CST 33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 Elective LW Elective LWA/LW LWA Course or LW Course -2 OAT70 Keyboarding 2 SOC25 Sociology of Minority Groups 3 CJ0 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 CJ30 Intro to Corrections 3 CJ32 Client Relations in Corrections 3 CJ35 Correctional Institutions and Facilities 3 CJ233 Client Growth and Development 3 CJ275 Probation and Parole 3 CJ237 Jails and Local Detention 3 CJ238 Legal Issues in Corrections 3 CJ250 The Juvenile Offender 3 General Electives 0-5 * Preferred Course 38 credits to complete 90 credits 48 # Recommended Course 6 DU courses to complete

19 BBA Public Safety & Security Management Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement with Basic Police Training PSMG BBA 20 credits Associate in Applied Arts Foundations of Excellence 39 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 COM2 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 ECON200 Microeconomics 3 ECN 222 Principles of Economics II 4 ECON20 Macroeconomics 3 ECN 22 Principles of Economics I 4 ENGL09 Composition 3 ENG College Composition I 3 #ENG 2 / College Composition II / ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 3 Technical Communication 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) Open FRSM00 Elective 3 PSY 2 General Psychology 4 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 8 or MTH 9 Mathematical Explorations or Intermediate Algebra 4 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH 208 Elementary Statistics 3 SOSC20 Diversity in Society 3 Work experience and State certification 3 Humanities Elective 3 Humanities Elective 3 Any Delta American Government Social Science Elective 3 POL required course 3-4 Natural Science with Lab (refer to Group III Science/Math Elective 3 Graduation Requirements) 4-5 Foundations of Business 32 credits Delta College ACCT20 Accounting Foundations I 4 ACC 2 Principles of Accounting I 4 ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II 4 ACC 22 Principles of Accounting II 4 BITS2 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets 3 3 BUSN20 Introduction to Business or Business Elective 3 MGT 53 Introduction to Business 3 BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 Work experience and State certification 3 CISP2 Computer Foundations 3 *CST 33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 FINC2 Corporate Finance 3 3 LEGL20 Business Law Foundations 3 3 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 3 MKTG2 Marketing Foundations 3 3 Major 40 credits Delta College Specialty courses comprising the major area of the associate's degree Specialty Courses (including portfolio credits earned 2 at Delta College) 2 HRMG40 Human Resource Management for Public Entities 3 3 MGMT375 Leadership Theory and Discovery 3 3 PSMG30 Public Safety Administration 3 3 PSMG35 Fiscal Management for Public Entities 3 3 PSMG402 Asset Protection and Management 3 3 PSMG44 Strategic Public Safety and Security Management 4 4 Open Electives 9 credits Delta College Recommended Electives: IAAS22 Security Foundations 3 PSMG2 Security Management Foundations 3 PSMG300 Emergency Preparedness/Homeland Security 3 Elective LW Elective LWA/LW LWA Course or LW Course -2 OAT70 Keyboarding 2 SOC 2 Principles of Sociology 3 SOC 25 Sociology of Minority Groups 3 CJ 27 Criminal Law 3 LW Lifelong Wellness CJ0 Police Recruit Training 6 OAT53 Police Report Writing LW280 Self Defense/Fitness Course 2 Advanced First Aid and Emergency LWT75 Care 3 * Preferred Course 27 credits to complete 90 credits 37 # Recommended Course 2 DU courses to complete

20 BS Biometric Security Associate in Applied Science BIO SEC BS 20 credits Criminal Justice- Law Enforcement Option Foundations of Excellence 42 credits Delta College COMM20 Presentation Techniques 3 COM 2 Fund of Oral Communication 3 ENG or College Composition I or Business ENGL09 Composition 3 OAT 5 Communications I 3 ENG 2 or College Composition II or ENG 3 or Technical Communications or Business ENGL0 Advanced Composition 3 OAT 52 Communications II 3 ENGL3 Professional Writing 3 3 Career & Education Seminar or (if exempt) FRSM00 Open Elective 3 SOC2 Principles of Sociology 3 MATH25 Intermediate Algebra 3 MTH 9 Intermediate Algebra 4 MATH35 College Algebra 3 3 MATH40 Finite Mathematics 3 MTH20 Finite Mathematics 3 STAT220 Introduction to Statistics 3 MTH208 Elementary Statistics 3 PHYS00 Applied Physics 2 PHY PHYS00L Applied Physics Lab General Physics I 4 SSI 288 or Exploring Diversity or SOSC20 Diversity in Society 3 SSI 289 Exploring Diversity (with project) 2-3 Humanities Elective 3 Humanities 3 Social Science Elective 3 POL American Government 3-4 Social Science Elective 3 PSY2 General Psychology 4 Foundations of Technology 24 credits Delta College BUSN20 Professional Ethics 3 PHL 203 Business Ethics 3 CISP Systems Foundations 3 CST 235 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CISP220 Web Applications 3 CST20 Advanced Web Page Development 2 CISP247 Database Design 3 3 CISP250 Discrete Structures 3 MTH260 Discrete Mathematics 3 GPMT350 Principles of Project Management 3 3 IAAS22 or Security Foundations or IAAS224 Implementing Network Security 3 CST 266 Information Security 4 MGMT2 Management Foundations 3 MGT 245 Principles of Management 3 Major 42 credits Delta College BIOL0 Foundations of Cell Biology 3 BIOL30 Intro. To Chemistry and Cell Biology 3 CISP23 C++ Programming I 3 CST 80 C++ Programming 4 CISP232 C++ Programming II 3 CST 280 Advanced C++ Programming 4 CISP325 Data Mining 3 3 IAAS222 Biometric Fundamentals 3 3 IAAS223 Applicable Biometrics 3 3 IAAS326 Biometric Spoofing 3 3 IAAS330 Information Warfare & Security 3 3 IAAS332 Authentication and Audits 3 3 IAAS340 Biometric ID & Privacy Laws 3 3 IAAS350 Credential Hardening 3 3 IAAS425 Biometric Security Architectures 3 3 IAAS446 Advances in Biometric Techniques 3 3 TECH497 School of Technology Capstone 3 3 Open Electives 2 credits Delta College Recommended Electives: CISP27 Unix Operating Systems CISP280 Artificial Intelligence CISP32 Data Structures CISP35 Database -MySQL CISP420 Distributed Architectures Approved Natural Science Course with Lab 4-5 CST 33 Computer Concepts and Competencies 4 Elective LW Elective LWA/LW LWA Course or LW Course -2 OAT70 Keyboarding 2 SOC25 Sociology of Minority Groups 3 CJ0 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 CJ Police Administration 3 CJ2 Police Operations 3 CJ20 Intro to Criminal Investigation 3 CJ220 Crime Laboratory Techniques 3 CJ250 The Juvenile Offender 3 CJ270 Evidence and Criminal Procedure 3 CJ27 Criminal Law 3 General Electives 3-4 * Preferred Course 35 credits to complete 90 credits 45 # Recommended Course 5 DU courses to complete

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