Kalamazoo Valley Community College

Criminal Justice-FSU
Liberal Arts
Associate of Arts
Date: 31-MAR-14 Effective Term: Fall 2014
Applications to the Ferris Criminal Justice Program, Law Enforcement track, are accepted only at the end of the Fall semester of the sophomore year. Forty-six semester credits must have been completed at this time according to the criteria detailed below. Acceptance is on a competitive and space available basis. Students will compete based on their grade points in the "core" classes and on cumulative grade point average. A minimum 'overall' grade point average of 2.5 is required before a student will be considered for the junior level. Each course must have a 2.0 or better grade to transfer. Entrance into the Law Enforcement Track is available only in the Fall. Students who do not meet the above deadlines or course requirements may be accepted into the Ferris Pre- Law Enforcement Track and compete for seats into Law Enforcement the following year. Admission to Corrections or Generalist track requires a minimum 2.0 GPA.

Program Required Courses Minimum Credits: 37.00

BUS 103 Business Computer Applications 3
ENG 111 College Writing II: Literature 3
LEN 101 Intro Law Enforc/Crim Justice 3
LEN 102 Police Organization/Administra 3
LEN 204 Delinquency Prevention/Control 3
MATH 116 Intermediate Algebra 4
PSY 150 Introductory Psychology 3
SOC 102 Principles of Sociology 3
-AND- ACC 101 Principles of Accounting 1 4
-OR- BUS 101 Business Principles/Practices 3
-AND- COM 101 Public Speaking 3
-OR- COM 113 Interpersonal Communication 3
-AND- ENG 110 College Writing I 3
-OR- ENG 160 College Writing and Research 4
-AND- SOC 200 The Family 3
-OR- SOC 205 Racial and Ethnic Relations 3

Humanities/Fine Arts Minimum Credits: 6.00

ART 101 2D Design and Color Theory 3
ART 103 Drawing and Composition I 3
ART 105 Painting I 3
ART 132 Introduction to Photography 3
ART 170 Film Communication 4
ENG 201 English Literature I 4
ENG 202 English Literature II 4
ENG 203 American Lit:Beginnings/1865 4
ENG 204 American Lit II:Civil War-Pres 4
ENG 205 World Literature 4
ENG 206 Shakespeare 4
ENG 207 African American Literature 4
ENG 208 Lesbian/Gay Literature 4
ENG 209 Study of the Novel 4
ENG 210 Studies in Poetry 4
ENG 214 Literary Interpretation 4
ENG 216 Detective Fiction 4
ENG 217 Science Fiction 4
ENG 218 American Voices 4
ENG 219 Short Stories 4
ENG 220 Creative Writing 3
ENG 230 Women in Literature 4
ENG 242 Children's Literature 4
ENG 244 Literature for Adolescents 4
FRL 101 Elementary French I 4
FRL 102 Elementary French II 4
FRL 103 Elementary German I 4
FRL 104 Elementary German II 4
FRL 105 Elementary Spanish I 4
FRL 106 Elementary Spanish II 4
FRL 107 Elementary Russian I 4
FRL 108 Elementary Russian II 4
HRY 100 Early Western Civilization 3
HRY 101 Modern Western Civilization 3
HRY 102 American History to 1877 3
HRY 103 American History since 1865 3
HRY 104 American History 1945-Present 3
HRY 207 History of Russia 3
HRY 210 History of the Far East 3
HRY 211 Era of the American Revolution 3
HRY 212 History/American Civil War 3
HRY 220 History of Michigan 3
HRY 230 Women in History 3
HRY 240 African American Experience 3
HRY 251 World History to 1500 3
HRY 252 World History since 1500 3
HRY 260 History of the Middle East 3
HUM 101 Modern Culture and the Arts 4
HUM 120 Honors Seminar:Writing/Cities 3
HUM 200 Making Connections 3
HUM 203 A Study of Love 3
HUM 204 Meditation 3
HUM 205 Mythology 3
HUM 207 Old Testament/Hebrew Bible St 3
HUM 208 New Testament Studies 3
HUM 210 China: Culture and History 3
HUM 225 The Arts In The Community 3
MUS 101 Music Appreciation 3
MUS 102 The History of Rock 'n' Roll 3
MUS 103 Theory and Musicianship I 3
PHI 100 Great Ideas: In Search/Human 3
PHI 201 Introduction/Philosophy 3
PHI 205 Ethics 3
PHI 209 Comparative Religions 3

Science Minimum Credits: 8.00

BIO 100 Fundamentals of Biology 4
BIO 101 Cellular Biology 4
BIO 104 Organismal Biology 4
BIO 105 Environmental Issues 4
BIO 110 Anatomy and Physiology 4
BIO 120 Ecology and Field Biology 4
BIO 121 Field Studies/Environmentl Bio 4
BIO 130 Microbiology 4
CHM 100 Fundamentals of Chemistry 4
CHM 120 General Chemistry I 4
CHM 130 General Chemistry II 4
GEO 110 Physical Geology 4
GEO 120 Physical Geography 4
PHY 100 Fundamentals of Physics 4
PHY 111 College Physics I 4
PHY 112 College Physics II 4
PHY 124 Astronomy of the Solar System 4

Political Science Minimum Credits: 3.00

PSI 100 Introduction/Political Science 3
PSI 101 American Government 3
PSI 102 State and Local Government 3

Wellness/Physical Education Minimum Credits: 2.00

WPE 101 Principles of Fitness & Health 2
WPE 109 Water Safety Instructor 2
WPE 110 Lifeguard Training 2
WPE 112 Safety and First Aid 2
WPE 115 Beginning Coaching Techniques 3
WPE 116 Advance Coaching Techniques 3
WPE 117 Sports Officiating-Basketball 1
WPE 120 Nutrition for Wellness 2
WPE 122 Coaching Techniques-Basketball 2
WPE 124 Holistic Health 3
WPE 125 Contemporary Health Issues 3
WPE 128 Managing Stress 1
WPE 131 Fundamentals of Personal Train 3
WPE 135 Womens Self Defense 1
WPE 140 Elementary Move & Activities 3
WPE 145 Physical Educ Method:Early Ele 3
WPE 150 Foundat's/Health, Phys Ed, Rec 3
WPE 152 Swimming for Fitness 1
WPE 153 Weight Training for Fitness 1
WPE 155 Aerobic Exercise 1
WPE 156 Water Aerobics 1
WPE 159 Beginning Golf 1
WPE 160 Beginning Swimming 1
WPE 161 Beginning Tennis 1
WPE 162 T'ai Chi 1
WPE 163 Yoga 1
WPE 168 Volleyball 1
WPE 170 Introduction/Massage Therapy 1
WPE 171 Beginning Pilates 1
WPE 173 Free Weight Training 1
WPE 176 Scuba Diving 2
WPE 177 Karate 2
WPE 178 Indoor Cycling/Fitness 1
WPE 179 Cardio Training - Basic 1
WPE 181 Intermediate Pilates 1
WPE 253 Independent Physical Training 1
WPE 260 Intermediate Swimming 1
WPE 263 Intermediate Yoga 1

Elective Courses Minimum Credits: 6.00

ACR 800 Any Transferable Course 0

  Minimum Total Credits: 62