✪ This degree requires fulfillment of the Michigan Transfer Agreement General Education requirements. All courses used to fulfill the MTA must have a grade of “C” or higher. A minimum of 30 general education (GE) credits must be taken. If the minimum number of credits from each GE category is taken, an additional course will be necessary from any of the five general education categories.
* Mathematics courses higher than noted above may substitute for the MTA requirement.
** Students must choose two natural sciences from two different subject areas to meet the MTA requirement, and at least one must be a lab science course. See advisor for details.
*** Students must choose courses in Humanities from two different subject areas to meet MTA. See advisor for details.
# This program allows students to select areas of program emphasis in criminal justice such as law enforcement, corrections, public safety, homeland security, and criminal justice generalist.
It is CRITICAL that students see their advisor to make an academic plan for this degree. Not all courses are offered every semester.
All Internships and Co-ops require that the student pass a criminal background check.