GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE FOR TRANSFER

The Associate of Science in Administration of Justice for Transfer Degree is designed to prepare the student for transfer to four year institutions of higher education and specifically intended to satisfy lower-division requirements for the Baccalaureate Degree in Administration of Justice at a California State University. The knowledge and skills offered in this degree lead students to develop foundational knowledge in the field of administration of justice including those topics and issues related to global, national, and local aspects of the field of study.
The Administration of Justice AS-T degree requires completion of the major and the CSU General Education (40 units) or IGETC (37-39 units) requirements.
All courses used to satisfy the major for the Associate in Science degree must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

PREREQUISITE COURSES REQUIRED COURSES FOR MAJOR UNITS
  ADMJ 101 Introduction to the Administration of Justice 3
ADMJ 101 or equivalent

ADMJ 103

Concepts of Criminal Law

3

  List A - Select two courses from the following
ADMJ 101 or equivalent ADMJ 116 Criminal Investigation 3
ADMJ 101 or equivalent (may be taken concurrently) ADMJ 118 Youthful Offenders 3
ADMJ 101 or equivalent ADMJ 120 Legal Aspects of Evidence 3
  List B - Select two course from the following
  Any course(s) from List A not used above 3
Eligibility for ENGL 120, 199, or ESL 151 SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
MATH 101, 120, 131, 220B, or 2 units of Math 220, or placement test scores MATH 136 Statistics 4
Eligibility for ENGL 101

PSYCH 101

General Psychology

3

   TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED

18-19

Units for the major may be double counted for CSUGE or IGETC. Elective units to reach the 60-unit degree requirement must be CSU transferable.
NOTE: ADDITIONAL COURSEWORK MIGHT BE REQUIRED IF PREREQUISITES ARE NOT MET.  SEE A COUNSELOR TO PREPARE A STUDENT EDUCATIONAL PLAN.


August 2014 GCC Catalog 2014-2015

Important Notice: In the event of a discrepancy between the information presented above and the online and/or print versions of the GCC Catalog, please contact a counselor or the office of Admissions and Records.

Administration of Justice AST (2013-2014 catalog)