Criminal Justice at Western Piedmont Community College
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Criminal Justice Requirements:
- General Core Curriculum
- Completion of an associate degree in Criminal Justice (or a related discipline)
- Liberal Arts Requirements
- Major Requirements
- Course Equivalencies
- Sample Two-Year Plan
Completion of the Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice degree or a related field. Community college coursework must include three specific Criminal Justice courses, CJC 111, CJC 121, and CJC 132. These courses are equivalent to Lees-McRae College courses CRI 221, CRI 311, and CRI 325.
Click here for list of courses offered at Mayland, Wilkes, and Western Piedmont Community Colleges as they transfer to Lees-McRae College to meet the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science requirements for a major in Criminal Justice.