Criminal Justice: Transfer Graduation Plan for Success

Sample Plan: Part-time Student with Developmental Education

This transfer GPS prepares students to pursue a four-year degree in Criminal Justice at a Florida public university or Florida College System (FCS) institution. Courses listed are common prerequisites for a criminal justice/criminology major at the bachelor's level and will satisfy the general education and elective credits within Eastern Florida State College's A.A. degree program. For more information on common prerequisites, check the statewide advising manual at floridashines.org.

Spaces left blank are provided for planning purposes. Adjust your pace to graduation by taking more or less classes each term, attending year-round or taking modularized developmental education courses. This transfer GPS is a guideline and does not guarantee admission to a college or university. Requirements may vary by institution and can change each year. Students are encouraged to consult an EFSC advisor and check with the advising or admissions office at the intended transfer institution.

Possible Concentrations: Criminal Justice/Criminology
Potential Careers: Correctional Officer, Corrections Counselor, Court Clerk, Court Reporter, Criminal Investigator, FBI Agent, Forensic Psychologist, Forensic Science Specialist, Lawyer, Paralegal , Probation Officer, Police Officer, Private Investigator, Security Officer, Substance Abuse Counselor, Transportation Security Screener and U.S. Marshall
Meta-Major: Public Safety

Foreign Language Requirement: Students initially entering Eastern Florida State College in 2014-15 and thereafter, who are pursing an A.A. degree, must demonstrate competency in a foreign language at a level equal to two years of high school world language (sequential, in the same language) or American Sign Language coursework. This is pursuant to F.S. 1007.262.

Download printable version of Criminal Justice: Part-time Student/with DevEd Sample Transfer GPS

 

Term 1     Term 2     Term 3    
Course # Course Name Cr Course # Course Name Cr Course # Course Name Cr
MATV 0018 Developmental Math 1 3 DV** ENCV 0027 Developmental Reading & Writing 4 DV**   Social Science (POS recommended)
REAV 0007 Developmental Reading 4 DV** MATV 0028 Developmental Math 2 3 DV** SLS 1101 Success Strategies for College and Life 3
  Term Total 7   Term Total  7   Term Total  6

** Developmental Education (DV) course credits are counted toward student's enrollment, but do not apply to college credit degrees.
Students may select the traditional, modular or combined developmental education courses, which may accelerate degree completion. Speak with a Student Advisor to determine your best option.

Term 4     Term 5     Term 6     
Course # Course Name Cr Course # Course Name Cr Course # Course Name Cr
ENC 1101 Composition 1 3 ENC 1102 Composition 2 3   Behavioral Science  3
MAT 1033 Intermediate Algebra 3 MGF 1106 Liberal Arts Math 1 3   Elective (CCJ, CJC, CJE recommended)  3
  Term Total 6   Term Total  6   Term Total 6

 

Term 7     Term 8     Term 9    
Course # Course Name Cr Course # Course Name Cr Course # Course Name Cr
MGF 1107 Liberal Arts Math 2 3   Humanities 3   Social/Behavioral Option 2
  Elective (CCJ, CJC, CJE recommended) 3   Elective (CCJ, CJC, CJE recommended) 3   Life/Biological Science 4
  Term Total 6   Term Total  6   Term Total 6 

 

Term 10      Term 11     Term 12    
Course # Course Name Cr Course # Course Name Cr Course # Course Name Cr
SPC 2608 Fundamentals of 
Speech Communication
3   Physical Science 3   Humanities 3
  Elective (CCJ, CJC, CJE recommended) 3   Elective (CCJ, CJC, CJE recommended) 3   Elective (CCJ, CJC, CJE recommended) 3
  Term Total 6   Term Total 6
   Term Total 6
            Cumulative College Credit Total
60

Note: All Prerequisites must be observed. This may increase the time and credits required to complete the degree. This is a guideline and does not guarantee admission to a college or university. Requirements may vary by institution and can change each year. Students are encouraged to consult an EFSC advisor or check with the advising or admissions office at the intended transfer institution.