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2015-2016 Official General Catalog 
2015-2016 Official General Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Criminal Justice-Corrections: A.S.

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Associate in Science Transfer Program

This program is designed for full-time students desiring employment after two years of study in a corrections field as well as for students wishing to transfer to a four year college upon graduation from SUNY Broome Community College. The course of study includes a mixture of SUNY approved general education requirements, core criminal justice courses, and courses directly related to corrections. Students currently employed in corrections will also benefit from this course of study. Careful planning and selection of courses is necessary to complete the program in two years.

SEQUENCE OF COURSES: This model is a two-year course schedule for students meeting all program requirements and who decide to pursue full-time study. Schedules will be redesigned for those requiring preparatory courses or those deciding to pursue part-time study. Many students find it helpful to ease their course load during the school year by taking general education requirements during summer terms. Students placed into ENG 090 are required to take CRJ 111 before taking any other Criminal Justice Course.

Program Director and Chair:
Kerry Weber
Office: Business Building, Room 107
Telephone: 607 778-5008
E-mail: kalickweberkc@sunybroome.edu


Spring Semester 15 Credits

  • Humanities Elective Credits: 3
  • Technology Elective (BIT course) Credits: 3


Fall Semester 15 Credits

  • Social Science (CRJ 246 Victimology recommended) Credits: 3

Spring Semester 14.50-15.50 Credits

  • Natural Laboratory Science Credits: 4
  • Criminal Justice Elective Credits: 3
  • Foreign Language/Arts (Gen Ed Approved) Credits 3-4

Approved Humanities, Arts, and Language courses:


Foreign Language

 Any Foreign Language course above the 100 level.

Total Credits: 60.50-61.50

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