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Associate of Applied Science - AAS | Roane State Community College

Associate of Applied Science - AAS

Major: Criminal Justice - AAS
Roane State Community College
Credit Hours Required: 60

Courses

The following list of degree requirements is for informational purposes only and may be subject to change. Upon acceptance to the institution, you should work closely with an academic advisor to ensure that your degree and course plans are current and accurate.
 
First Semester: 15 credit hours
ENGL 1010 - English Composition I - 3 credit hours
SPCH 1010 - Foundations of Speech - 3 credit hours
PSYC 1030 - Introduction to Psychology - 3 credit hours
CRMJ 1010 - Introduction to Criminal Justice - 3 credit hours
POLS 1025 -  Introduction to Political Science - 3 credit hours
 
Second Semester: 15 credit hours
SOCI 1010 - Introduction to Sociology - 3 credit hours
CRMJ 2010 - Introduction to Law Enforcement - 3 credit hours
CRMJ 2020 - Corrections - 3 credit hours 
MATH 1530 - Probability and Statistics (recommended) OR choose from: 1010, 1130, 1630 or higher content level math course OR Natural Science Elective - 3 credit hours
Elective - 3 credit hours
 
Third Semester: 15 credit hours
CRMJ 1355 - Understanding Terrorism - 3 credit hours
CRMJ 1340 - Criminal Investigation - 3 credit hours
CRMJ 1311 - Criminal Law - 3 credit hours
POLS 1030 - American Government - 3 credit hours
PHIL 121 - Elementary Ethics (recommended) OR Humanities Elective - 3 credit hours
 
Fourth Semester: 15 credit hours
CRMJ 1020 - Introduction to Legal Process - 3 credit hours
CRMJ 2381 - Special Topics OR other CRMJ courses may be substituted - 3 credit hours
CRMJ 2311 - Juvenile Justice - 3 credit hours
CRMJ 1330 - Criminal Evidence and Procedures - 3 credit hours
Elective - 3 credit hours
 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
  • Students must complete all Math Learning Support requirements before the degree will be rewarded.
  • All Criminal Justice students seeking an Associate of Applied Science degree must take the ETS Proficiency Profile Exam and the Criminal Justice Graduate Exit Exam (CJGE) prior to receiving a diploma. The CJGE consists of 80 multiple choice questions covering the subject areas of:  Introduction to Criminal Justice, Introduction to Law Enforcement, Introduction to Corrections and Introduction to the Legal Process. There is no study guide for this exam.
  • Students who complete a Law Enforcement Training Academy will receive 15 hours of proficiency credit. 
NOTE: See the institution's current year school catalog for additional information on program/degree requirements and academic policies and procedures.