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General Studies - With a Specialization in Administration of Justice, AA&S


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Plan Code 697-01, CIP Code 24.0101

Award: Associate of Arts and Sciences

Program Liason: John Bolling, jbolling@mgcc.edu

Length: Four Semesters (Two years of full-time study)

Purpose: The General Studies Associate of Arts and Sciences, Specialization in Administration of Justice supports transfer of Mountain Gateway Community College students into careers in law enforcement, corrections, criminology and other areas in criminal justice for which a baccalaureate degree is the minimum requirement. The Specialization in Administration of Justice will allow MGCC students to take 15 hours of highly transferable Administration of Justice classes and complete general education coursework required by senior institutions.

Admission Information: In addition to the general admission requirements to the College, students whose placement test scores indicate the need to increase their level of proficiency in reading, writing and/or mathematics will be required to take appropriate developmental courses. Enrolling in developmental courses may increase the length of time necessary for completing the chosen course or program of study but will enhance the student’s preparation for college-level coursework and increase chances for successful attainment of academic, occupational and personal goals.

Admission Requirements: General admission requirements of the College apply to this program.

Graduation Requirements: Students must complete the required courses in curriculum and achieve a 2.0 minimum grade point average to receive this academic award.

Transfer Major Objectives: Students who transfer after completing this program may wish to major in fields such law enforcement, corrections, or criminology.

Related Certificate: General Education

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