1 The University of Mississippi A Great American Public University The University of Mississippi Fall 2014 Catalog Information CURRICULUM FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE HOMELAND SECURITY EMPHASIS This curriculum reflects course suggestions to fulfill requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree at UM-Tupelo. Degree and admission requirements are subject to change. This curriculum may not reflect the requirements of Associate of Arts programs at ICC. Consult your academic advisor for Associate s degree requirements. Freshman and Sophomore Courses Available from Itawamba Community College APPLIED SCIENCES CORE CURRICULUM - 38 hours English 12 hours, ENG 1113, 1123 English Composition I, II Choose any literature. ENG 2923 Professional Writing does not fulfill requirement. WRIT 250 Advanced Composition Available only at UM-Tupelo after transfer. Fine Arts 3 hours Choose any 3-hour Art, Music, or Theatre course. Humanities or Fine Arts 3 hours Choose one MFL, PHI, REL, an additional literature, or an additional 3-hour fine art. Social Science 6 hours SOC 2113 Introduction to Sociology PSY 1513 General Psychology Mathematics 6 hours Statistics MAT 2323 Statistics or BAD 2323 Business Statistics College Algebra or more advanced mathematics course MAT 1313 College Algebra, MAT 1323 Trigonometry, or MAT 1613 Calculus I-A Natural Sciences with Labs 8 hours Principles of Biology I, General Biology I, or Anatomy & Physiology I (required) BIO 1114 with lab, BIO 1134 with lab, or BIO 2514 with lab Natural Science Choose a second natural science with lab. If BIO 1114 is chosen for first science, BIO 1134 will not work, and vice versa. BIO 1613 Nutrition will not satisfy this requirement.
2 Freshman- and Sophomore-level Criminal Justice Core Courses available from ICC, continued ADDITIONAL SUPPORT COURSES FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJORS History 6 hours, Choose any two. A maximum of 62 hours of community college credit may be applied toward a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree at The University of Mississippi.
3 The Uniiversiitty of Miissiissiippii Tupello Bachellor of Sciience iin Criimiinall Justtiice CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORE COURSES - 21 hours CRJ 1313 Introduction to Criminal Justice at ICC CRJ 2323 Criminal Law at ICC CJ 300 Ethics in Legal Studies CJ 322 Criminal Justice Communications CJ 399 Social Justice & Community Service CJ 490 Criminal Justice Internship CJ 499 Colloquium in Criminal Justice HOMELAND SECURITY EMPHASIS - 18 hours CRJ 1373 Introduction to Homeland Security at ICC CRJ 2713 Foundations of Terrorism at ICC CJ 376 Elite Forces and Special Operations CJ 400 Homeland Security Operations CJ 420 Homeland Security Law CJ 435 Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century CRIMINAL JUSTICE ELECTIVES - 9 hours MINOR hours A minor may be declared in any liberal arts department and in a few selected areas outside liberal arts. Most minors require 18 hours. Check the current University catalog for details. Department Course Number Course Title Hours *GENERAL ELECTIVES (as needed to assure 124 semester hours for graduation) Department Course Number Course Title Hours *Coursework to fulfill this requirement is available either at UM-Tupelo or online through UM Online. It is suggested that students complete this requirement with UM-Tupelo, ensuring that transfer credit does not exceed 62 hours.
4 Description of Applied Sciences Core Requirements LITERATURE. Recommended courses are ENGL 221, 222, 223, 224, 225 and 226. FINE ARTS. Courses that meet the fine arts requirement are Art History 101, 102, 201, 202; Music 101, 102, 103, 104, 105; Dance 200; and Theatre 201. HUMANITIES. The course may be chosen from courses with any of the following prefixes: African American Studies (AAS), Classics (CLC), Gender Studies (GST), Literature, Modern Languages, Philosophy (PHIL), Religion (REL), and Southern Studies (SST). MATHEMATICS. Courses that meet the mathematics requirement are MATH 121, 123, 125, 261, 267. STATISTICS. Courses that meet the statistics requirement are MATH 115, ECON 230, BUS 230 and PSY 202. HUMAN BIOLOGY WITH LAB. UM courses that meet this requirement are BISC 102/103, 160/161, 206 or 207. Some transfer courses like Zoology and Botany may show up on the transfer equivalency as being equivalent to our BISC 102 or 160; however, the School of Applied Sciences will not accept those courses as meeting the human biology requirement. ADDITIONAL SCIENCE WITH LAB. This course may be chosen from any of the following areas of science: Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Physics or Astronomy. ASTR 101 and 102 do not include laboratory work; ASTR 103 and 104 do include laboratory work and satisfy this requirement. A student cannot receive credit for taking ASTR 101 or 102 with either 103 or 104. In addition, students cannot receive credit for taking both BISC 102/103 and BISC 160/161 or BISC 104/105 and 162/163. College/School- wide Degree Requirements Professional core course work for newly admitted students, readmitted students, and transfer students must be current within a seven-year period at the time of admission to a program, unless more current course work is required by accreditation standards; there will be no limit on general course work. Within the University of Mississippi s academic residency requirement which states that at least 30 semester hours of residence credit must be taken in the school or college recommending the degree, at least 15 of those hours must be professional courses required in the major. Total Hours Required - At least 124 semester hours with passing grades must be completed for any School of Applied Sciences degree. Advanced Work Requirement - At least one-third of the hours applied toward a degree must be at the 300-, 400-, or 500- level. For example, a student qualifying for a degree with 124 semester hours must show at least 42 hours of work at the 300 level or above. Exercise and Leisure Activity Courses - While exercise and leisure activity (EL) courses are not required, a maximum of 6 hours of these courses may be counted toward a School of Applied Sciences degree. These Courses are taken only on a pass-fail grading basis. For majors requiring students to complete a minor At least 6 credit hours of minor course work must be taken from The University of Mississippi. Unless otherwise stated in the catalog, a 2.0 must be obtained on all work applied to the minor both overall and in residence. Consult catalog for specific requirements for individual minors. Applying for degree - Each senior must apply for a degree by submitting an Intent to Graduate Form (available in the George Street House or on the School of Applied Sciences web site) to the dean's office in the semester preceding the semester in which the student expects to graduate. The dean's office sets the application deadlines and notifies students of their specified deadlines by . This deadline will allow the student time to make any schedule changes required to complete all degree requirements and should guard against the disappointment of having graduation delayed.
5 University Degree Requirements Minimum Grade-point Average - For the award of a bachelor s degree from any school or college of The University of Mississippi, a student must earn a GPA of at least 2.00 on all course work submitted in fulfillment of the course requirements for the degree. In addition, the student must earn a minimum GPA of 2.00 on all course work attempted at The University of Mississippi. Finally, the student must have a minimum 2.00 GPA on all college work attempted at any institution of higher learning. Residency Requirement - At least 25 percent of the semester credit hours required for an undergraduate degree (e.g., 31 hours for a 124-hour degree) must be taken in residence. At least 30 semester hours of residence credit must be taken in the school or college recommending the degree. Both hours taken before and after a student declares a major in a particular school or college may be used to satisfy the 30-hour residence requirement. Community College Credit Hour Limit - The limit on the acceptance of credit from a junior or community college is onehalf the total requirements for graduation in a given curriculum. Last 21 Hour Residency Requirement - Students must acquire at least 15 of their last 21 credit hours in residence at the university. That is, no more than 6 of the last 21 hours may be transfer credit. A student may not apply courses taken from the university s Independent Study department or via the university s study abroad or exchange programs towards this 15 hour requirement unless the student has obtained written approval from the student s academic department and dean before enrolling in the course.
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