Criminal Justice Self Audit

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Student Name:

Social Security Number

Date of Matriculation at Brockport

Advisor's Name

Transfer College Name

Instructions: If a course is transferred and defined as meeting the intent of the required course which is listed, indicate this by putting a "T" in the Transfer column and enter the prefix, number and title of the course in the Special Notes Column. If the course was taken at Brockport, indicate the grade and the term it was completed. If an International Education experience is approved as a substitute for a course or elective hours, place an "X" in the column titled Completed through International Education. Use the Special Notes column to indicate such things as waivers and repeats.

Transferred

Brockport Grade

Semester Completed

Completed through International Ed

Special Notes

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology

PSH 110 General Psychology or PSH 112 General Psychology with Lab

PLS 113 American Political Systems

An approved minorities course

An approved statistics course

Two upper division (300/400 level) courses, one each in two of the following three disciplines: Sociology, Psychology, or Political Science

Criminal Justice Major

CRJ 101 Intro to Criminal Justice

CRJ 203 Police Process

CRJ 207 Corrections Process

CRJ 305 Adjudication Process or PLS 320 Law & Legal Process

CRJ 311 Criminal Law

CRJ 343 Juvenile Justice Process

CRJ 471 Research Methods or CRJ 475 Legal and Justice Research Methods

CRJ 494 Criminology

C.J. Electives and/or International Criminal Justice Educational Experience

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General Education: ENL P F Perspectives on Women

(S, S BY SOC/PLS) QNT H H Contemporary Issues

L N Computer Literacy

Compartive Perspective

Minor Requirements: CRJ 101, 203, or 207, 305, & 9 hours of approved CRJ electives

Last Updated 10/12/17

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