1 ARTICULATION AGREEMENT Associate Degree in Criminal Justice and Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Entered into this day of, (date) (month) Robert Bogomolny, President James F. LaCalle, President Wim Wiewel Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Luba Chliwniak Vice President for Instruction Larry Thomas Dean, College of Liberal Arts Don Avery Dean, Social Sciences Kathleen Block Director, Criminal Justice Program This agreement is effective with new UB admits beginning in spring This agreement will be reviewed biennially
2 ARTICULATION AGREEMENT (hereafter referred to as Harford), a community college in Harford County, Maryland, and the (hereafter referred to as UB), a public state university in Baltimore, Maryland and a member of the University System of Maryland, agree to offer an articulated program leading to the award of a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (B.S.). PURPOSE OF AGREEMENT This agreement is entered into in the interests of our students. The general purpose of this agreement is to make clear the terms of this articulation agreement. This agreement will allow for the efficient transfer of students between campuses, including transfer credit, admissions and financial aid/scholarship. It will provide opportunities for students beyond the classroom, serving as a basis for student involvement and faculty interaction. It will set expectations for administrators, faculty and staff at both institutions, and foster a working relationship between the parties. Finally, it will encourage students to continue their education for their own personal and professional development. ADMINSTRATIVE PRINCIPLES The following general principles guide the operation of this Agreement: 1. The program is designed for graduates of the Associate of Arts degree in Criminal Justice at Harford. A maximum of 63 credit hours from Harford will be allowed towards fulfillment of the one hundred twenty (120) credit hours required for baccalaureate completion. 2. In accordance with Code of Maryland Regulation, all courses meeting general education requirements at Harford will transfer to UB as general education. Other general education requirements will be met by using required or elective courses at UB as noted in this agreement. 3. The maximum number of credits that will be accepted by UB toward degree requirements from non-direct classroom instruction (including CLEP, AP, other nationally recognized standardized examination scores and other four-year institutions) is 30 credits. If the course is evaluated by Harford and applied to the academic major, UB will accept the course automatically as a transfer course. If the credit is not on the Harford transcript, the student may submit the score report to be evaluated by UB and credit will be applied as determined by UB s evaluation. Credit awarded for experiential learning ( life experience ) if awarded by Harford is recognized by, and is transferable to, UB. It is possible that not all transferable credit accepted by UB will be applicable to the degree. 4. Credit hours completed at any Maryland state public 2 or 4-year institution, and accepted as transfer credit by Harford, will count toward the total credits transferred into UB. Official transcripts from all previously attended institutions will be required. 5. Once the associate s degree is completed and the student has been admitted to UB, the student will be instructed to contact the appointed academic advisor and register for classes.
3 6. While Harford and UB do not presently have a dual admissions program, should one be agreed to, this agreement will not preclude students from participation and students may apply for and receive the benefits of dual-admission. 7. Harford will provide potential student directory information, as defined in FERPA, to UB for matters of recruitment, marketing and data management. UB does not include address, phone or as directory information. Educational records maintained by each institution are subject to the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and the regulations promulgated under it. 8. UB will establish a mechanism to provide information on the academic progress of the Harford student enrolled as a result of this agreement. 9. Students may complete the UB curriculum part-time or full-time, online or face-to-face, or in any combination thereof. 10. This articulation agreement becomes effective on the date set forth on the first page of this document. This agreement will be reviewed biennially, and appropriately marked as such. 11. Harford and UB agree to monitor the performance of this agreement and to revise it as necessary. 12. The agreement may be terminated by either party after adequate notice, defined as one semester or 6 months, at which time appropriate measures will be put into place regarding the continued transfer of students. 13. The office of record for program articulation agreements at the is the Office of Community College Relations. For admission to UB, the following apply: 1. Students must maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average in order to transfer at the 56-credit level or higher. Should students choose to transfer prior to completion of their associate s degree, they will be responsible for meeting eligibility requirements. 2. In order to be eligible for admission, students must comply with all UB admissions requirements, including posted deadlines and appropriate documentation. 3. Should this articulation agreement concern a program with additional admissions requirements or prerequisite coursework, students must have met all standards prior to enrollment at UB. 4. Students who have satisfied the requirements of the articulation agreement will be given every consideration for financial assistance and will be eligible to compete for academic scholarships at UB.
4 APPENDICIES As part of this agreement, the following have been included. 1. Course-by-course articulations, including satisfaction of general education requirements at both Harford and the. 2. Upper division requirements, to be completed at the. These appendices can be changed on a routine basis, by mutual agreement, without the procedural process review or revision of the entire articulation agreement.
5 APPENDIX I: CRIMINAL JUSTICE COURSE ARTICULATIONS The following pages indicate the course-to-course equivalency, as agreed upon within the articulation agreements. Course-to-course articulation, including General Education Harford Course Credits UB Equivalent Harford Requirements UB Requirements CJ101 3 Lower Level Elective CJ103 3 Lower Level Elective CJ104 3 Lower Level Elective CJ111 3 Lower Level Elective CJ213 3 Lower Level Elective PS101 or PS102 3 Lower Level Elective General Elective (CJ109 3 Lower Level Elective recommended) CJ201 3 Lower Level Elective PS106 3 Lower Level Elective SOC101 3 Lower Level Elective Satisfies Social/Behavioral Science General Education (GB) SOC102 3 Lower Level Elective Satisfies Diversity requirement PSY101 3 Lower Level Elective Satisfies Social/Behavioral Science General Education (GB) PHIL205 3 Lower Level Elective Satisfies Arts and Humanities General Education (GH) BA210 or CIS Lower Level Elective CMST101 or CMST105 3 Lower Level Elective When taken together, waives the Courts and Law Area Requirement. A grade of C or better is required. When taken together, waives the Law Enforcement Area Requirement. A grade of C or better is required. A PHL course satisfies the UB Graduation Requirement ENG101 3 Lower Level Elective Satisfies English Composition ENG109 3 Lower Level Elective Bio/Phys Lab Science 4 Lower Level Elective Satisfies Biological/Physical Lab Science (GL) Bio/Phys Science 3 Lower Level Elective Satisfies Bio/Phys. Science General Education (GS) MATH Lower Level Elective Satisfies Math General Education (GM) Arts/Humanities Elective 3 Lower Level Elective Satisfies Arts and Humanities General Education (GH) Physical Education 1 Lower Level Elective Elective Physical Education 1 Lower Level Elective Fitness Elective TOTAL 66-67* * A total of 63 credits will transfer to UB Waives UB s APST308 with a C or better. A Literature course satisfies the UB Graduation Requirement
6 APPENDIX II: UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS All Harford transfer students will be required to take a minimum of 60 credits of upper division coursework at UB. Completion of the Criminal Justice degree program at UB requires students to successfully complete the following course work: Course Number Course Title Credit Hours Explanation Upper Division General Education Core Requirements (9 credits) IDIS300 Ideas in Writing 3 IDIS302 Ethical Issues in Business and Society 3 IDIS304 or IDIS301 Arts and Ideas or World Cultures 3 IDIS304 (Arts and Ideas) will meet the lower division fine arts general education requirement, if necessary Academic Program Requirements ( 18 credits) CRJU301 Social Justice in the Urban Community 3 CRJU302 Criminal Justice Research Methods 3 CRJU304 Criminal Justice Professional Studies 3 CRJU306 Criminological Perspectives 3 CRJU308 Statistics for the Social Sciences 3 CRJU485 Advanced Criminal Justice Studies 3 BSCJ Area Requirements (9 credits) Law Enforcement Area CRJU320 or CRJU420 3 Waived with completion of CJ109 and CJ201 Courts + Law Area CRJU330 or CRJU430 or CRJU432 3 Waived with completion of CJ104 and CJ111. Corrections Area CRJU341 or CRJU441 or CRJU442 3 Electives (Credits) BSCJ Elective 12 For those without a satisfied internship, includes CRJU490 (3). General Elective 15 Total to be taken at UB: 60
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