ECC Sample Clauses

ECC. Course UML Course Equivalency First Semester ENG 101 English Comp I 42.101 College Writing I SOC 101 Intro Sociology 48.101 Intro to Sociology CRJ 101 Intro to Criminal Justice 44.110 Criminal Justice System Math elective* Math elective CIS 110 Computer Applications 92.202 Microcomp & Appl Software Second Semester ENG 102 English comp II 42.102 College Writing II GOV 101 American Gov't. & Politics 46.101 Intro American Politics CRJ 103 Modern Policing 44.141 Police Functions PSY 101 Intro to Psychology 47.101 Intro Psychology CRJ 102 Intro to Corrections 44.151 Intro to Corrections Thrid Semester SOC 104 Introduction to Criminology 44.221 Intro Criminology PHI 121 Practical Logic 45.199 Logic CRJ 201 Critical Incident Response 44.299 Crisis Intervention CRJ 202 Criminal Law 44.234 Criminal Law Elective** Natural Science elective*** Elective Natural Science elective Fourth Semester GOV 211 Civil Rights & Liberties 46.299 Civil Rights & Liberties CRJ 250 Senior Seminar -OR- 44.299 Sr. Seminar CRJ 291 CJ Internship 44.299 Practicum Natural Science elective*** Elective** Natural Science elective Elective CJ Elective 44. CJ Elective *Math Elective (1) 3-4 credits **CJ Electives (2) 6 credits ***Natural Science electives (2) 6-8 credits (Lab Sciences required for Transfer) Free Electives 6 credits Humanities recommended see page 2 for approved electives page 2 Approved Electives *Math Elective MAT 111 Contemporary Math I 92. 111 Math Perspectives MAT 120 College Algebra 92. 121 Precalculus **CJ Elective CRJ 203 Security Concepts 44. 111 Intro to Security CRJ 204 Criminal Investigation 44.299 CJ course CRJ 210 Current Issues in CJ 44. 299 CJ course CRJ 291 CJ Internship 44. 299 Field Practicum Exp

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