Criminal Justice Transfer Information Kirkwood

Kirkwood Credits Transferring to Mount Mercy

CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR
Effective 2013-2014

MOUNT MERCY COURSE

 

KIRKWOOD EQUIVALENT COURSE

 

REQUIRED

 

 

 

CJ 101:  Intro to Criminal Justice

3SH

CRJ-100: Intro to Criminal Justice

3SH

CJ 154:  CJ Theory

3SH

CRJ-200: Criminology

3SH

CJ 203:  Policing

3SH

CRJ-111: Police in Society

3SH

CJ 244:  Corrections

3SH

CRJ-120: Intro to Corrections

3SH

CJ 297:  Criminal Law

3SH

CRJ-130: Criminal Law

3SH

CJ 365:  Diversity & CJ

3SH

CRJ-202: Cultural Awareness for CJ 

3SH

In addition to the required classes shown above, transfer students will also need to take the following required courses at Mount Mercy:  CJ 299 (Criminal Justice Information, Communication, and Ethics, CJ 302(Criminal Justice Research Methods), CJ 305 (White-Collar Crime), and CJ 410 (Criminal Justice Senior Seminar).  Students will also need to take a one-hour capstone course.  Lastly, three criminal justice electives are required for the major.  

ELECTIVES

CJ 228:   Juvenile Justice

3SH

CRJ-201: Juvenile Delinquency                    

3SH

CJ 246:   Criminal Investigation

3SH

CRJ-141: Criminal Investigations

3SH

CJ 390:   Special Topics: Correctional Law

3SH     

CRJ-136: Correctional Law 

3SH

CJ 355:   Crim. Proc.                               

3SH

CRJ-133: Const. Crim. Procedure      

3SH

Other criminal justice courses from Kirkwood transfer as elective (OT) credits, which can be counted toward the 123 semester hours required for graduation with a B.A. degree from Mount Mercy.  A student may transfer up to 63 semester hours from Kirkwood to Mount Mercy.

Transfer students must complete at least 15 SH of coursework for the criminal justice major at Mount Mercy. Also, if a course is not listed, it may still be considered for transfer credit, subject to approval. 

All information is subject to final verification by the Registrar.