This Associate in Science degree program is designed for individuals currently employed, or desiring a career in the field of Criminal Justice. This Chipola program requires 66 hours to complete the degree. Students who articulate into a BS program may only receive credit for 64 hours. Students that have completed the State of Florida, Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program and have passed the state certification exam will receive 24 criminal justice elective credits toward this program. Students that have completed the Corrections Basic Recruit Training Program, and have passed the state certification exam will receive 18 criminal justice elective credits toward this program.
The courses are treated like transfer credit. Students will not have the Workforce Development credit posted to their permanent record until they have completed 2 college credit semester hours, have earned a 2.0 GPA, and are currently enrolled at Chipola College. For degree completion, at least 25 percent of the college semester hours must be earned through instruction in the academic instruction of Chipola
For Criminal Justice Academic Degree Plan, click here.
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