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Criminal Justice Degree Suggested Schedule



ATA in Criminal Justice

First Year

Second Year

* or ENGL 103 or ENGL 170. Students who do not receive an appropriate test score will require additional coursework to develop necessary skills for entry into class.

** See Department Chair for alternative PE recommendations.

*** (or MATH& 107). Students who do not receive an appropriate test score will require additional coursework to develop necessary skills for entry into class.

**** Electives include BUS 200, 201; CHEM 121, 131; ECE 105; FIRE 242; GIS 101, 102, 105 106; HSERV 101, 105, 141, 145, 221; JOUR 101; AHE 103; OFTEC 101, 103, 105, 118, 122, 126, 132, 134; POLS 200, 202, 204; SOSC 132; ASL 121; CHIN 121; FRCH 121; GREEK 121; JAPN 121; LUSED 121; SPAN 121; TAGA 121.

***** or PSYC& 200.

NOTE: Schedule may be adjusted to accommodate course offerings each quarter. Classes are suggested and with the approval of the Department Chair, appropriate substitutions may be made.

ATA in Park Services and Protection

First Year

Second Year

* or ENGL 103 or ENGL 170. Students who do not receive an appropriate test score will require additional coursework to develop necessary skills for entry into class.

** See Department Chair for alternative PE recommendations.

*** or MATH& 107 or BMT 111. Students who do not receive an appropriate test score will require additional coursework to develop necessary skills for entry into class.

**** Electives include ART 181, 231, ASL& 121, ASTR& 100, AT 100, CJ& 110, EASC 102, ENVC 123, 130, 133, 202, 231, 232, 245, FIRE 140, 162, 242, GEOL& 110, GEOL 208, GIS 101, 102, 105, 106, HIST& 214, NASC 100, 160, 161, OFTEC 99, 105, POLS 204, PSYC& 220, SPAN& 121, WT 131and 231.

***** or PSYC& 200.

****** Take CJ 241, 242, 243, 244, and 245 over two quarters for a total of 30 credits or take the other courses listed under second year winter and spring quarters.

NOTE: This degree focuses on visitor and resources operation and protection, and emergency services in natural resource recreation areas in the U.S. Career options include park ranger, seasonal park aide, park technician, forest protection officer, landscape tech., U.S. Fish and Wildlife agent, parks interpretive specialist, grounds maintenance specialist, outdoor recreation specialist, construction and maintenance project specialist, and park manager.