GCC 2018-19 Catalog - Page 82



Criminal Justice – LAW ENFORCEMENT – 2 years
FIRST YEAR
CREDITS
ORI 100 College Experience ................................................. 1
ENG 101 English Composition I ........................................... 3
ENG 102 English Composition II ......................................... 3
PSY 101 General Psychology ............................................... 4
PLS 101 Introduction to American Government ................... 3
CJC 101 Introduction to Corrections ..................................... 3
CJC 102 Correctional Institutions/Facilities .......................... 3
CJC 103 Client Growth & Development/Criminology ......... 3
CJC 104 Client Relations ...................................................... 3
CJC 110 Intro to Criminal Justice ........................................ 3
CJC 210 Law Enforcement Function .................................... 3
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SECOND YEAR
CREDITS
PED 202 Responding to Emergencies ................................... 2
or
PED 203 Adv. First Aid & Emergency Care ........................ 3
CJC 215 Juvenile Justice ....................................................... 3
CJC 225 Community Based Corrections ............................... 3
CJC 235 Criminal Law .......................................................... 3
General Science/Lab Science ............................................ 7-8
College Level Math .............................................................. 4
Humanities Electives..................................................... ..... 6-8
General Transfer Elective ...................................................... 3
** PE Electives........................................................................
31-35
Total Credits: 64-67
Criminal Justice – HOMELAND SECURITY – 2 years
FIRST YEAR
CREDITS
ORI 100 College Experience ...................................................... 1
ENG 101 English Composition I .............................................. 3
ENG 102 English Composition II ............................................. 3
PSY 101 General Psychology ................................................... 4
PLS 101 Introduction to American Government .......................3
CJC 101 Introduction to Corrections ........................................ 3
CJC 102 Correctional Institutions/Facilities ............................. 3
CJC 103 Client Growth & Development/Criminology ............ 3
CJC 104 Client Relations ..........................................................................3
CJC 110 Introduction to Criminal Justice ................................. 3
CJC 210 Law Enforcement Function ........................................ 3
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SECOND YEAR
CREDITS
PED 202 Responding to Emergencies ................................... 2
or
PED 203 Adv. First Aid & Emergency Care ........................ 3
CJC 206 Introduction to Homeland Security ........................ 3
CJC 207 Emergency Management and Planning .................. 3
CJC 235 Criminal Law .......................................................... 3
General Science/Lab Science ............................................ 7-8
College Level Math .............................................................. 4
Humanities Electives..................................................... ..... 6-8
General Transfer Elective ...................................................... 3
** PE Electives.........................................................................
31-35
Total Credits: 64-67
NOTES FOR ALL CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRACKS:
**Students pursuing baccalaureate degrees may also wish to complete future physical education requirements while at GCC. Check the
requirements of the university in which you plan to enroll.
Students are encouraged to contact the Transfer Coordinator to determine which courses are accepted at their desired transfer institution.
All courses must be completed with a minimum of a “C” to be eligible for transfer credit.
Humanities: The two required Humanities courses must come from two different disciplines, excluding studio and performance
classes.
Social Sciences: The two required Social Science courses must come from two different disciplines.
Natural Sciences: The two required Natural Science courses must come from two different disciplines. One must include laboratory
experience.
Communications: Students will take one course in English Composition and a second course in English Composition or one course
in Communications.
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