CSCU Pathway Transfer A. S. Degree: Criminology Studies Addendum and Justification for Designated General Education Courses. Draft October 5, 2015

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1 1 CSCU Pathway Transfer A. S. Degree: Criminology Studies Addendum and Justification f Designated General Education Courses Draft October 5, 2015 The Criminology Studies Transfer Pathway provides a common pathway f students graduating with an A. S. degree from the Connecticut Community Colleges and transferring to one of the CSUs Charter Oak. The Criminology Studies pathway is one route to five very different degrees. First of all, Criminal Justice and Criminology are, in many ways, very different fields. They have different histies and different purposes. The pathway wk group had to balance these two divergent histies and purposes. Secondly, the pathway has to weave together one program iented toward a 60-credit career degrees in Criminal Justice with another program aiming at a 120-credit degree in Criminology. An additional challenge has been the different types of CSU programs: CCSU offers a BA in Criminology; ECSU offers a BA in Sociology with a Criminology min; SCSU offers a BA in Sociology with a Criminal Justice concentrations; and WCSU offers a degree in Justice and Law Administration through its Business School. In addition, ECSU is developing a BA in Criminology. These widely different programs reflect the different staffing conditions of the four institutions and their evolving ability to meet student needs. (F simplicity's sake, this document will refer to all 5 four-year programs as "Criminology" programs.) The Criminology Studies Pathway has to prepare Community College students f each of these programs simultaneously. As a result, courses taken in this proposed pathway will be received at the five institutions in very different ways. Please note. In the proposed Criminology Studies Pathway, line 25 provides a wking list of CJS and CJSrelated courses from which a student can choose. Including these courses in the pathway ensures the CJS programs remain viable and provides students the needed flexibility enumerated above. The TAP Criminology wkgroup recommends that specific general education courses be designated in the Framewk 0. These designated courses are imptant to the success of our students transferring seamlessly and completing the A. A./B. A. degrees in a timely manner. ENG 101 Composition: This course is a standard required course f students to complete their Written Competencies in the Framewk 0 as well as possible additional general education courses. It is recommended as the Written Communications I course. MAT 167/MAT 168 Principles of Statistics: This course is required by all CSU/COSC Criminology programs and is a prerequisite f the research and methods courses. Because the Framewk0 requires only one Quantitative Reasoning course, designating this competency prevents students from needing to take an additional Mathematics courses befe beginning their upper-division wk at the CSUs/COSC.

2 2 SOC 101 Principles of Sociology OR PSY 111 General Psychology: SOC 101 course is required in the Criminology programs at ECSU and SCSU, but not CCSU and WCSU. PSY 111 is required at WCSU. Both are in the Pathway60; they will, however, be received differently at the four campuses. By designating one the other in the Framewk, students will have remaining credits f beginning their feign language requirements.

3 1 PROPOSED PATHWAY CSCU Pathway Transfer A.A. Degree: Criminology Studies 1 FRAMEWORK0 2 Section A: Common Designated Competencies Written Communication I ENG 101 Composition credits 4 Written Communication II General Education Elective credits 5 Scientific Reasoning General Education Elective -4 credits 6 Scientific Knowledge & Understanding General Education Elective -4 credits 7 Quantitative Reasoning MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) credits MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) 4 credits [F students who complete a 4- credit quantitative reasoning course: credits will be received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] 8 Histical Knowledge & Understanding General Education Elective credits 9 Social Phenomena SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology credits 10 Aesthetic Dimensions General Education Elective credits 11 Section B: Campus Designated Competencies 12 Competency 1 General Education Elective credits 1 Competency 2 General Education Elective credits 14 Framewk0 Total 0-2 credits Commented [CB1]: Art, is this satisfacty? 15 PATHWAY0 16 General Education #1 General credits Education #2 17 PSY 111 General Psychology I credits Maj Program Requirements 20 CJS 101 Intro to Criminal Justice credits 21 CJS 102 Intro to Crections credits 22 CJS 105 Intro to Law Enfcement (HCC, credits

4 2 MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, TxCC) CJS 120 Police and Community (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NWCC, NCC, TxCC) 2 CJS 201 Criminology (ACC, CCC, HCC, TRCC) SOC 240 Criminology (MXCC, NWCC) 24 CJS Constitutional Law (ACC, CCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 21 Evidence & Criminal Procedure (ACC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) 25 Choose 1 of the following: 26 CJS 211 Criminal Law I (ACC, CCC, HCC, 27 MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) 28 CJS 202/SOC 241 Juvenile Delinquency 29 (ACC, CCC, TRCC) 0 CJS 220 Criminal Investigation(ACC, CCC, 1 HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, 2 TRCC, TxCC) CJS 225 Fensic Science (NCC, MxCC, 4 NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC) CJS 228 Fensic Evidence (HCC) CJS 280 Victimology (CCC, HCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 290 Practicum in CJ (ACC, CCC, HCC, MxCC, NCC, QVCC, TxCC) CJS 294 Contempary Issues in CJ (CCC, HCC, NCC, MxCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 298 Special Topics in CJ (CCC, MxCC, NWCC, TRCC) 5 credits credits credits Commented [CB2]: Elizabeth Steeves and Fran Coan: what is the status of BIO 208 w/lab and how is it received at CSUs? 28 Unrestricted Electives 6 credits 29 Students should consider beginning completing wk on feign language requirements not already met in high school and beginning wk on min requirements of some CSUs. They may also complete other General Education requirements (f CCSU, WCSU, SCSU, and CO but NOT ECSU). Include the phrase in parentheses only if additional General Education courses are designated above.

5 0 Pathway0 Total 0 credits 1 Criminology Studies Pathway Total credits

6 4 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 1 Central Connecticut State University Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree Criminology All related requirements courses must have a grade of C- higher 1 Community Colleges*: CCSU 2 Credits Credits Framewk0** 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency: 6 Section A 7 Written I English 101 English Written II Gen Ed Skill Area I Communication 9 Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed -4 Study Area IV Natural Sciences Scientific Knowledge Gen Ed Study Area IV Natural Sciences Quantitative MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) credits STAT 104 Elementary Statistics MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) [F students who complete a 4-credit quantitative reasoning course: credits will be 4 credits

7 5 12 Histical Knowledge received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] Gen Ed* Study Area II Histy 1 Social Phenomena SOC 101 SOC 110 Introduction Gen Ed Study Area I Arts and Humanities 14 Aesthetic Dimensions 15 Section B 16 Competency: Gen Ed Skill Area IV University Requirement Commented [CB]: Art, is this satisfacty? 17 Competency: Gen Ed Study Area III Behavial Sciences 18 Framewk0 Credits (0-1): Pathway0 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 General Education #1 Study Area II Social Sciences 22 PSY 111 General Psychology I Study Area III PSY 112 Introduction to Psychology 2 Study Area I Arts and Humanities, PHIL 144 Mal Issues 24 Study Area I Literature 25 Skill Area II Math/Stat/ Comp Sci 26 Skill Area III Feign Language Proficiency (Can be met with completion of the third year higher of a feign language in high school the completion of a second semester at the college level. Credits will adjust accdingly.) 6 27 General Education Credits: Maj Program Courses 101 CJS 101 Intro to Criminal Justice CRM 110 Intro to CJ Systems 102 CJS 102 Intro to Crections CRM 28 Crections 10 CJS 105 Intro to Law Enfcement (HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, TxCC) CRM 20 Law Enfcement and Society CJS 120 Police and Community (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NWCC, NCC, TxCC) 104 CJS 201 Criminology (ACC, CCC, HCC, TRCC) SOC 240 Criminology (MXCC, NWCC) CRM 260 Criminology

8 6 105 CJS Constitutional Law (ACC, CCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 21 Evidence & Criminal Procedure (ACC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) 106 Choose 1 of the following: CJS 211 Criminal Law I (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 202/SOC 241 Juvenile Delinquency (ACC, CCC, TRCC) CJS 220 Criminal Investigation(ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 225 Fensic Science (NCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC) CJS 228 Fensic Evidence (HCC) CJS 280 Victimology (CCC, HCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 290 Practicum in CJ (ACC, CCC, HCC, MxCC, NCC, QVCC, TxCC) CJS 294 Contempary Issues in CJ (CCC, HCC, NCC, MxCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 298 Special Topics in CJ (CCC, MxCC, NWCC, TRCC) CJS 21 Criminal Procedure CRM 2xx 116 CRM 22 Research Methods in Criminal Justice 117 CRM 00/400, electives CRM 400, 2 electives CRM 45 Supervised Field Studies in CJ 120 Program Course Credits: Min Course Credits: Open Electives 201 Students who have fulfilled feign language requirements in high school who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill feign language and/ min requirements will end up with me open elective credits at the CCSU. 202 Open Elective credits: Total Credits at the Community College Total Credits f the 4-Year Degree 120 Commented [CB4]: Elizabeth Steeves and Fran Coan: what is the status of BIO 208 w/lab and how is it received at CSUs?

9 7 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 1 Eastern Connecticut State University Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree Sociology with Criminology Min (current) In der to graduate with a BA in Sociology, a student must have a GPA of 2.0 in the set of required courses f the maj. 1 Community Colleges*: CCSU 2 Credits Credits Framewk0** 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency: 6 Section A 7 Written I English 101 ENGL Written II Gen Ed T1 College Writing, Literature and Thought 9 Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed -4 T1 Natural Sciences Scientific Knowledge Gen Ed T2 Natural Sciences Quantitative MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) credits MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) [F students who complete a 4-credit quantitative 4 credits MAT 216

10 8 12 Histical Knowledge reasoning course: credits will be received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] Gen Ed* T1 Histical Perspectives 1 Social Phenomena PSY 111, General PSY 100 General Psychology Psychology Gen Ed Arts in Context 14 Aesthetic Dimensions 15 Section B 16 Competency: Gen Ed FYI 100 Commented [CB5]: Art, is this satisfacty? 17 Competency: Gen Ed Health and Wellness 18 Framewk0 Credits (0-1): Pathway0 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 General Education List #1 Or General Education List 2 Individuals and Societies Creative Expressions 22 Cultural Perspectives 2 Individuals and Societies Creative Expressions [See line 21] 24 Applied Infmation Technologies 25 Tier Capstone (Must be taken at 0 ECSU): SOC 400 (see line 114 below) 26 Feign Language Proficiency (Can be met by completing at least two years of a single feign language in high school two semesters of a single feign language at the college level. Credits will adjust accdingly.) 6 27 General Education Credits: Maj Program Courses 100 SOC 101 Principles of SOC SOC 100 Intro to Sociology 1010 CJS 101 Intro to Criminal Justice SOC 101 Criminal Justice and Society 102 CJS 102 Intro to Crections SOC 220 Sociology of Crections (Applied toward "Crime Topics") 10 CJS 201 Criminology (ACC, CCC, HCC, SOC 09 Criminology TRCC)

11 9 SOC 240 Criminology (MXCC, NWCC) 104 CJS 105 Intro to Law Enfcement (HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, TxCC) CJS 120 Police and Community (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NWCC, NCC, TxCC) 105 CJS Constitutional Law (ACC, CCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 21 Evidence & Criminal Procedure (ACC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) 106 Choose 1 of the following: CJS 211 Criminal Law I (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 202/SOC 241 Juvenile Delinquency (ACC, CCC, TRCC) CJS 220 Criminal Investigation(ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 225 Fensic Science (NCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC) CJS 228 Fensic Evidence (HCC) CJS 280 Victimology (CCC, HCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 290 Practicum in CJ (ACC, CCC, HCC, MxCC, NCC, QVCC, TxCC) CJS 294 Contempary Issues in CJ (CCC, HCC, NCC, MxCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 298 Special Topics in CJ (CCC, MxCC, NWCC, TRCC) Additional SOC/ANTH UNLESS CJS 202 is taken, then it is SOC 209 and is applied to "Crime Topics" (line 108) 107 SOC 75 Practicum SOC 490 Internships 108 Crime Topics (See lines 102 and 106): SOC 209 Juvenile Delinquency SOC 10 Women and Crime SOC 15 Crime and Media SOC 25 Law and Society ANT 58 Anthropology of Violence SOC 65 SOC 11 Drugs and Society SOC Commented [CB6]: Elizabeth Steeves and Fran Coan: what is the status of BIO 208 w/lab and how is it received at CSUs? Commented [CB7]: Nick, I don't find SOC 65 SOC 18 in ECSU's online catalog. Are these the crect course numbers?

12 Social Inequality/Diversity: SOC 208 Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Lives SOC 240 Sociology of Gender SOC 250 Social Inequality SOC 07 Deviance SOC 12 Sociology of Mental Illness SOC 46 Black Women's Studies ANT 45 Transnation Racial and Ethnic Identity ANT 225 Contempary Puerto Rican Culture and Society ANT 240 Latinos in the U.S. 110 SOC 201 Intro to SOC Maj SOC 00 SOC They 112 SOC 50 Research Methods 4 11 SOC 51 Statistics f Social Research SOC 400 (Tier capstone) Program Course Credits: Open Electives 201 Students who have fulfilled feign language requirements in high school who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill feign language requirements will end up with me open elective credits at the ECSU. 202 Open Elective credits: Total Credits at the Community College Total Credits f the 4-Year Degree 120 *Your wk group may find itself listing several courses at places in this column due to differences in designations at the community colleges. In those cases, please list all courses and, next to each, the CC that offers it. **There is no need to list community college courses in the Framewk0 unless a specific course is designated in the pathway.

13 11 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 1 Eastern Connecticut State University Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree Criminology (proposed) In der to graduate with a BA in Sociology, a student must have a GPA of 2.0 in the set of required courses f the maj. 1 Community Colleges*: CCSU 2 Credits Credits Framewk0** 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency: 6 Section A 7 Written I English 101 ENGL Written II Gen Ed T1 College Writing, Literature and Thought 9 Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed -4 T1 Natural Sciences Scientific Knowledge Gen Ed T2 Natural Sciences Quantitative MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) credits MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) [F students who complete a 4-credit quantitative 4 credits MAT 216

14 12 12 Histical Knowledge reasoning course: credits will be received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] Gen Ed* T1 Histical Perspectives 1 Social Phenomena PSY 111, General PSY 100 General Psychology Psychology Gen Ed Arts in Context 14 Aesthetic Dimensions 15 Section B 16 Competency: Gen Ed FYI 100 Commented [CB8]: Art, is this satisfacty? 17 Competency: Gen Ed Health and Wellness 18 Framewk0 Credits (0-1): Pathway0 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 General Education List #1 Or General Education List 2 Individuals and Societies Creative Expressions 22 Cultural Perspectives 2 Individuals and Societies Creative Expressions [See line 21] 24 Applied Infmation Technologies 25 Tier Capstone (Must be taken at 0 ECSU): SOC 450 (see line 110 below) 26 Feign Language Proficiency (Can be met by completing at least two years of a single feign language in high school two semesters of a single feign language at the college level. Credits will adjust accdingly.) 6 27 General Education Credits: Maj Program Courses 101 SOC 101 Principles of SOC SOC 100-Intro to Sociology 102 CJS 101 Intro to Criminal Justice SOC 101 Criminal Justice and Society (Applied toward Crime Topics," line 110) 10 CJS 102 Intro to Crections SOC 220 Sociology of Crections (Applied toward Crime Topics," line

15 1 104 CJS 201 Criminology (ACC, CCC, HCC, TRCC) SOC 240 Criminology (MXCC, NWCC) 105 Choose 1 of the following: CJS 211 Criminal Law I (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 202/SOC 241 Juvenile Delinquency (ACC, CCC, TRCC) CJS 220 Criminal Investigation(ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 225 Fensic Science (NCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC) CJS 228 Fensic Evidence (HCC) CJS 280 Victimology (CCC, HCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 290 Practicum in CJ (ACC, CCC, HCC, MxCC, NCC, QVCC, TxCC) CJS 294 Contempary Issues in CJ (CCC, HCC, NCC, MxCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 298 Special Topics in CJ (CCC, MxCC, NWCC, TRCC) 110) CRM 210 Criminology If CJS 202, then SOC 209 (Applied toward "Crime Topics" All others transfer as SOC 2xx and count as an Open Elective 106 SOC 50 Methods of Social Research SOC 51 Statistics f Social Research CRM 75 Practicum -6 CRM 490 Internship 109 CRM Crime Topics: CRM 105 SOC 10 Women and Crime SOC 15 Crime and Media SOC 25 Law and Society ANT 58 Anthropology of Violence 0- SOC 65 SOC 11 Drugs and Society SOC Social Inequality/Diversity: SOC 208 Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Lives SOC 240 Sociology of Gender SOC 250 Social Inequality 9 0- Commented [CB9]: Elizabeth Steeves and Fran Coan: what is the status of BIO 208 w/lab and how is it received at CSUs? Commented [CB10]: Nick, what is the title of this course? Commented [CB11]: Nick, I don't find SOC 65 SOC 18 in ECSU's online catalog. Are these the crect course numbers?

16 14 SOC 07 Deviance SOC 12 Sociology of Mental Illness SOC 46 Black Women's Studies ANT 45 Transnation Racial and Ethnic Identity ANT 225 Contempary Puerto Rican Culture and Society ANT 240 Latinos in the U.S. 112 Tier Capstone: CRM Program Course Credits: Open Electives 201 Students who have fulfilled feign language requirements in high school who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill feign language requirements will end up with me open elective credits at the ECSU. 202 Free Unrestricted Credits 6 Free Unrestricted Credits CJS 105 Intro to Law Enfcement (HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, TxCC) CRM 1xx CJS 120 Police and Community (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NWCC, NCC, TxCC) 204 CJS 21 Evidence & Criminal CRM 2xx Procedure 205 CJS 210, 211, 220, 225, 280, 290, 294 SOC 2xx (see line 105 above) Open Elective credits: Total Credits at the Community College Total Credits f the 4-Year Degree 120 *Your wk group may find itself listing several courses at places in this column due to differences in designations at the community colleges. In those cases, please list all courses and, next to each, the CC that offers it. **There is no need to list community college courses in the Framewk0 unless a specific course is designated in the pathway.

17 15 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 1 Southern Connecticut State University Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree Sociology with Criminology and Criminal Justice Concentration Overall GPA of 2.5 required 1 Community Colleges*: CCSU 2 Credits Credits Framewk0** 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency: 6 Section A 7 Written I English 101 FYE, ENGL Written II Gen Ed Written Communication 9 Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed -4 Natural Wld 1 Physical Realm Scientific Knowledge Gen Ed Natural Wld II Life and Environment Quantitative MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) credits SOC 201, Social Science Statistics MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) 4 credits [F students who complete a 4-credit quantitative reasoning course:

18 16 12 Histical Knowledge 1 Social Phenomena SOC 101, Introduction to Sociology 14 Aesthetic Dimensions credits will be received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] Gen Ed* Time and Place SOC 100, Introduction to Sociology Gen Ed Cultural Expressions 15 Section B 16 Competency: Gen Ed Critical Thinking 17 Competency: Gen Ed Tech Fluency 18 Framewk0 Credits (0-1): Pathway0 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 General Education List #1 Or General Education List #2 Global Awareness Or Creative Drive 22 PSY 111 Mind and Body: PSY Global Awareness Creative Drive [See line 21] 24 American Experience 25 Multilingual Communication level (Can be met by completing the third level of a feign language demonstrating knowledge via a STAMP test (Standards-based Measurement of Proficiency) an equivalent. Credits will adjust accdingly.) 9 26 Must be taken at SCSU: 27 Tier Capstone 28 General Education Credits: Maj Program Courses 101 CJS 101 Intro to Criminal Justice SOC 1xx 102 CJS 102 Intro to Crections CRM elective #1 10 CJS 105 Intro to Law Enfcement SOC 1xx (HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, TxCC) Commented [CB12]: Art, is this satisfacty? Commented [CB1]: Greg, Are there course numbers and titles f the SCSU "equivalents" f lines 101 and 10?

19 17 CJS 120 Police and Community (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NWCC, NCC, TxCC) 104 CJS 201 Criminology (ACC, CCC, HCC, CRM elective #2 TRCC) SOC 240 Criminology (MXCC, NWCC) 105 CJS Constitutional Law (ACC, CRM elective # CCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 21 Evidence & Criminal Procedure (ACC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) 106 SOC 10 Racial & Ethnic Relations SOC 15 Sociology of Gender SOC 6 Social Inequality 107 SOC 70 Research Methods f Social Sciences 108 SOC 80 Foundations of Social They 109 SOC 480 Applied Contempary They 110 SOC 440 Quant Analysis of SS Data SOC 47 Quantitative Research Methods 111 SOC 62 Criminology 112 CRM elective #4 11 SOC 490/497 (Seni Seminar, Internship, Hons Thesis: Capstone) Program Course Credits: Open Electives 201 Students who have fulfilled feign language requirements through assessment (STAMP equivalent), who place beyond first semester, who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill feign language requirements will end up with me open elective credits at SCSU. 202 Choose 1 of the following: CRM 2xx

20 18 CJS 211 Criminal Law I (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 202/SOC 241 Juvenile Delinquency (ACC, CCC, TRCC) CJS 220 Criminal Investigation(ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 225 Fensic Science (NCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC) CJS 228 Fensic Evidence (HCC) CJS 280 Victimology (CCC, HCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 290 Practicum in CJ (ACC, CCC, HCC, MxCC, NCC, QVCC, TxCC) CJS 294 Contempary Issues in CJ (CCC, HCC, NCC, MxCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 298 Special Topics in CJ (CCC, MxCC, NWCC, TRCC) 20 Free Unrestricted Electives 6 Free Unrestricted Electives Open Elective credits: Total Credits at the Community Total Credits f the 4-Year Degree College 120 Commented [CB14]: Elizabeth Steeves and Fran Coan: what is the status of BIO 208 w/lab and how is it received at CSUs? *Your wk group may find itself listing several courses at places in this column due to differences in designations at the community colleges. In those cases, please list all courses and, next to each, the CC that offers it. **There is no need to list community college courses in the Framewk0 unless a specific course is designated in the pathway.

21 19 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 1 Western Connecticut State University Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree Justice and Law Administration In der to continue in good standing and graduate from the JLA Division and the Ansell School of Business, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2. better. 1 Community Colleges*: CCSU 2 Credits Credits Framewk0** 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency: 6 Section A 7 Written I English 101 Written Communication I WRT I 8 Written II Gen Ed Written Communication II 9 Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed -4 Scientific Inquiry I Scientific Knowledge Gen Ed Scientific Inquiry II Quantitative MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) [F students who complete a 4-credit quantitative reasoning course: credits will be credits 4 credits Quantitative Reasoning MAT 120

22 20 12 Histical Knowledge 1 Social Phenomena SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 14 Aesthetic Dimensions received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] Gen Ed* Critical Thinking SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology Gen Ed Creative Process 15 Section B 16 Competency: Gen Ed Oral Communication 17 Competency: Gen Ed General Education Elective 18 Framewk0 Credits (0-1): 19 Pathway0 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 General Ed List #1 General Education Elective Or General Ed List #2 22 General Education Elective 2 Intercultural Competence 24 PSY 111: General Psychology Health and Wellness 25 Students must complete a feign 6 language requirement. This may be done by completing a language at the elementary II level above. Students who have completed three years of language in high school with at least a C average have satisfied this requirement. 26 Must be taken at WCSU: 27 First Year Navigation 1-28 Written Communication III 0 embedded in a maj course 29 Culminating Gen Ed Experience may be satisfied by a maj capstone 0 0 General Education Credits: Maj Program Courses 101 CJS 101 Intro to Criminal Justice JLA 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice I 102 CJS 102 Intro to Crections JLA CJS 201 Criminology (ACC, CCC, HCC, JLA 201 Criminology Commented [CB15]: Art, is this satisfacty? Commented [CB16]: Tony, I don't find this course number on WCSU's JLA website ( ms/the-division-of-justice-and-law-administration/#degree). Is this the crect number f receiving CJS 102? What is the crect number and title f receiving CJS 102?

23 21 TRCC) SOC 240 Criminology (MXCC, NWCC) 104 CJS Constitutional Law (ACC, CCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 21 Evidence & Criminal Procedure (ACC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) 105 Choose 1 of the following: CJS 211 Criminal Law I (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 202/SOC 241 Juvenile Delinquency (ACC, CCC, TRCC) CJS 220 Criminal Investigation(ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 225 Fensic Science (NCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC) CJS 228 Fensic Evidence (HCC) CJS 280 Victimology (CCC, HCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 290 Practicum in CJ (ACC, CCC, HCC, MxCC, NCC, QVCC, TxCC) CJS 294 Contempary Issues in CJ (CCC, HCC, NCC, MxCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 298 Special Topics in CJ (CCC, MxCC, NWCC, TRCC) If CJS 210, then JLA 22 Constitutional Law [lines ] If CJS 21, then REG 100 (Applies to Options A, B, C. Otherwise transfers as an Elective) If CJS 211, then JLA 210 Criminal Law If CJS 202, then JLA 205 Juvenile Delinquency All other courses transfer as REG 100 (see Open Electives, line 205) 106 PS JLA 205 Juvenile Delinquency JLA 210 Criminal Law JLA 22 Constitutional Law 108 JLA 205 JLA 210 JLA JLA 205 JLA 210 JLA JLA 200W Writing f Justice Professionals 111 JLA 10 Justice and Law Administration II 112 JLA 240 Commercial Law 11 JLA 400 Research Methodology in JLA 114 MIS 260 Infmation Systems Concepts 115 JLA 05 Justice and Law Administration I 0-0- Commented [CB17]: Elizabeth Steeves and Fran Coan: what is the status of BIO 208 w/lab and how is it received at CSUs?

24 JLA Concentration Options: 118 A. Crections, Probation, Parole, & 12 Offender Rehab (see above, line 104) 119 B. Law Enfcement (see above, 9 line 104) 120 C. Legal Studies (see above, line 104) D. Paralegal Studies E. Criminology Program Course Credits: Open Electives 201 Students who have fulfilled feign language requirements in high school who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill feign language requirements will end up with me open elective credits at WCSU. 202 Free Unrestricted Electives 6 Free Unrestricted Electives CJS 105 Intro to Law Enfcement REG 100 (HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, TxCC) CJS 120 Police and Community (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NWCC, NCC, TxCC) 204 REG 100 (see above, line 104) REG 100 (CJS 220, 225, 280, 290, 294, 0-298; see above, line 105) 206 Open Elective credits: Total Credits at the Community College Total Credits f the 4-Year Degree 120 Commented [CB18]: Tony, Is this the crect number? What is the course title? *Your wk group may find itself listing several courses at places in this column due to differences in designations at the community colleges. In those cases, please list all courses and, next to each, the CC that offers it. **There is no need to list community college courses in the Framewk0 unless a specific course is designated in the pathway.

25 2 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 1 Charter Oak State College Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree Criminal Justice Only grades of C of higher may be included in the concentration. 1 Community Colleges*: CCSU 2 Credits Credits Framewk0** 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency: 6 Section A 7 Written I English 101 Composition Written II Gen Ed Composition Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed -4 Natural Sciences Scientific Knowledge Gen Ed 11 Quantitative MAT 167 Principles of Statistics (ACC, GCC, HCC, NVCC, NWCC, QVCC, TRCC) MAT 167 Statistics with Technology (CCC) MAT 201 Statistics (NCC) MAT 165 Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications (MCC, TXCC 4 credits) MAT 168 Elementary Statistics and Probability (MXCC 4 credits) [F students who complete a 4-credit quantitative reasoning course: credits will be 4 MAT 105 Statistics

26 24 12 Histical Knowledge 1 Social Phenomena SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 14 Aesthetic Dimensions received at the CSU/CSCO as general education credit; 1 credit will be received at the CSU/CSO as free elective credit.] Gen Ed* U.S Histy/Gov Non-U.S Hist SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology Gen Ed Literature and Fine Arts 15 Section B 16 Competency: Gen Ed Oral Communication 17 Competency: Gen Ed Ethical Decision Making 18 Framewk0 Credits (0-1): 19 Pathway0 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 PSY 111: General Psychology GenEd Elective 1: PSY General Ed List #1 Global Understanding 2 IDS 101 Cnerstone 24 US Histy/Gov Non-US Histy 0 (met by CJS 210 OR POL 21, line 106) General Education Credits: Maj Program Courses 101 CJS 101 Intro to Criminal Justice CRJ CJS 102 Intro to Crections CJR 1xx 10 CJS 105 Intro to Law Enfcement CJR 1xx (HCC, MCC, MxCC, NVCC, NCC, TxCC) CJS 120 Police and Community (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, NWCC, NCC, TxCC) 104 CJS 201 Criminology (ACC, CCC, HCC, CRJ 10 TRCC) SOC 240 Criminology (MXCC, NWCC) 105 CJS Constitutional Law (ACC, CCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 21 Evidence & Criminal Procedure (ACC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) If CJS 210, then POL 21, a course required in the maj CJR 2xx Commented [CB19]: Art, is this satisfacty?

27 POL 21 (if not fulfilled line 105) PSA SOC 15/PSA ITE PSY 410/ PSA CRJ Program Electives (needs to be level) Program Course Credits: Open Electives 201 Free Unrestricted Electives 6 Free Unrestricted Electives (15 of these credits need to be Choose 1 of the following: CJS 211 Criminal Law I (ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 202/SOC 241 Juvenile Delinquency (ACC, CCC, TRCC) CJS 220 Criminal Investigation(ACC, CCC, HCC, MCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 225 Fensic Science (NCC, MxCC, NWCC, NVCC, NCC, TRCC) CJS 228 Fensic Evidence (HCC) CJS 280 Victimology (CCC, HCC, NVCC, NCC) CJS 290 Practicum in CJ (ACC, CCC, HCC, MxCC, NCC, QVCC, TxCC) CJS 294 Contempary Issues in CJ (CCC, HCC, NCC, MxCC, NCC, TRCC, TxCC) CJS 298 Special Topics in CJ (CCC, MxCC, NWCC, TRCC) level courses in any subject area) CRJ 2xx 20 Open Elective credits: Total Credits at the Community Total Credits f the 4-Year Degree 120 College 41 Commented [CB20]: Elizabeth Steeves and Fran Coan: what is the status of BIO 208 w/lab and how is it received at CSUs?

28 26 *Your wk group may find itself listing several courses at places in this column due to differences in designations at the community colleges. In those cases, please list all courses and, next to each, the CC that offers it. **There is no need to list community college courses in the Framewk0 unless a specific course is designated in the pathway.

29 27 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 2 Credits remaining in the four-year degree Criminology 1 Central Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses Course Credits 4 Study Area I Arts and Humanities, PHIL 144 Mal Issues 5 Study Area I Literature 6 Skill Area II Math/Stat/ Comp Sci 7 8 Skill Area III Feign Language Proficiency (Can be met with completion of the third year higher of a feign language in high school the completion of a second semester at the college level. Credits will adjust accdingly.) 9 10 General Education Credits Remaining Maj Program Requirements 101 Course Credits 102 CRM 22 Research Methods in Criminal Justice 10 CRM 00/400, electives CRM 400, 2 electives CRM 45 Supervised Field Studies in CJ Min Students should consider beginning wk on a min at the community college Remaining Open Electives 201 Courses Credits 202 Open Elective credits Students who have fulfilled the feign language requirement in high school who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill feign language and/ min requirements will end up with me open elective credits at the CCSU. 204 Total Credits Remaining f the 4-Year Degree 60 6

30 28 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 2 Credits remaining in the four-year degree Sociology with Criminology Min (current) 1 Eastern Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses Course Credits 4 Two of the first four below must be completed at ECSU. 5 Cultural Perspectives 6 Creative Expressions 7 Applied Infmation Technologies 8 Tier Capstone (Must be taken at ECSU): SOC 400 (see line 114 below) 0 9 Feign Language Proficiency (Can be met with three years of the same feign language in high school the completion of a second semester at the college level. Credits will adjust accdingly.) 6 10 General Education Credits Remaining Maj Program Requirements 101 Course Credits 102 Additional SOC/ANTH course if CJS 202 was taken at CC 0-10 SOC Crime Topics: SOC 209, SOC 10, SOC 15, SOC 25, ANT 58, SOC 65, SOC 11, SOC Social Inequality/Diversity: SOC 208, SOC 240, SOC 250, SOC 07, SOC 12, SOC 46, ANT 45, ANT 225, ANT SOC 201 Intro to SOC Maj SOC 00 SOC They 108 SOC 50 Research Methods SOC 51 SOC Stats SOC 400 (Tier capstone) Remaining Open Electives 201 Courses Credits 202 Open Elective credits Students who have fulfilled feign language requirements in high school who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill feign language requirements will end up with me open elective credits at ECSU. 204 Total Credits Remaining f the 4-Year Degree 60 0-

31 29 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 2 Credits remaining in the four-year degree Criminology (proposed) 1 Eastern Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses Course Credits 4 Two of the first four below must be completed at ECSU. 5 Cultural Perspectives 6 Creative Expressions 7 Applied Infmation Technologies 8 Tier Capstone (Must be taken at ECSU): SOC 450 (see line 114 below) 0 9 Feign Language Proficiency (Can be met with three years of the same feign language in high school the completion of a second semester at the college level. Credits will adjust accdingly.) 6 10 General Education Credits Remaining Maj Program Requirements 101 Course Credits 102 SOC SOC CRM CRM Crime Topics: CRM 105, SOC 209, SOC 10, SOC 15, SOC 25, ANT 58, SOC 65, SOC 11, SOC Social Inequality/Diversity: SOC 208, SOC 240, SOC 250, SOC 07, SOC 12, SOC 46, ANT 45, ANT 225, ANT Tier Capstone: CRM Remaining Open Electives 200 Courses Credits 201 Open Elective credits Students who have fulfilled feign language requirements in high school who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill feign language requirements will end up with me open elective credits at ECSU. 20 Total Credits Remaining f the 4-Year Degree 60

32 0 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 2 Credits remaining in the four-year degree Sociology with Criminal Justice Concentration Students must complete 2 W courses at SCSU. 1 Southern Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses Course Credits 4 Multilingual Communication Level (Can be met by completing the third level of a feign language demonstrating knowledge via a STAMP test (Standards-based Measurement of Proficiency) an equivalent. Credits will adjust accdingly.) 9 5 Creative Drive 6 American Experience 9 Tier Capstone 10 General Education Credits Remaining Maj Program Requirements 101 Course Credits 102 SOC 10 (Racial & Ethnic Relations), SOC 15 (Sociology of Gender), SOC 6 (Social Inequality) 10 SOC 70 (Research Methods f SS) 104 SOC 80 (Foundations of Social They) 105 SOC 480 (Applied Contempary They) 106 SOC 440 (Quant Analysis of SS Data), SOC 47 (Quantitative Research Methods 107 SOC 62 (Criminology) 108 CRM elective #4 109 SOC 490/497 (Seni Seminar, Internship, Hons Thesis: Capstone) Remaining Open Electives 201 Courses Credits 202 Open Elective credits Students who have fulfilled feign language requirements through assessment (STAMP equivalent), who place beyond first semester, who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill feign language requirements will end up with me open elective credits at SCSU. 204 Total Credits Remaining f the 4-Year Degree 60

33 1 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 2 Credits remaining in the four-year degree Justice and Law Administration 1 Western Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses Course Credits 4 Health and Wellness 5 Intercultural Competency 8 Remove this language if the program does not require a feign language: Students must complete a feign language requirement f this program. This may be done by completing a language at the elementary II level above. Students who have completed three years of language in high school with at least a C average have satisfied this requirement. 6 9 The following must be taken at WCSU: 10 First Year Navigation 1-11 Written Comm III embedded in a maj course 0 12 Culminating Gen Ed Experience may be satisfied by a maj capstone 0 1 General Education Credits Remaining Maj Program Requirements 101 Course Credits 102 PS JLA 205 JLA 210 JLA JLA 205 JLA 210 JLA JLA 205 JLA 210 JLA JLA 200W 107 JLA JLA JLA MIS JLA JLA 2 11 Concentration Options: 114 A. Crections, Probation, Parole, & Offender Rehab (see above, line 104) B. Law Enfcement (see above, line 104) C. Legal Studies (see above, line 104) D. Paralegal Studies E. Criminology Remaining Open Electives 201 Courses Credits 202 Open Elective credits Remove this language if the program does not require a feign language: Students who have fulfilled feign language requirements in high school who

34 2 use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill feign language requirements will end up with me open elective credits at WCSU. 204 Total Credits Remaining f the 4-Year Degree 60

35 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program Template 2 Credits remaining in the four-year degree Criminal Justice 1 Charter Oak State College 2 Remaining General Education Courses Course Credits 4 IDS 101 Cnerstone 5 US Histy/Gov Non-US Histy (may be met by POL 21 taken at COSC, line 10) General Education Credits Remaining Maj Program Requirements 101 Course Credits 102 If CJS 210 not taken at CC, then POL PSA SOC 15/PSA ITE PSY 410/ PSA CRJ Program Electives (needs to be level) Remaining Open Electives 201 Courses Credits 202 Free Unrestricted Electives (15 of these credits need to be level courses in any subject area) 6 20 Open Elective credits Total Credits Remaining f the 4-Year Degree 60

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