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.
*Open only to students who are currently employed in the CJ field,or have worked in the field in the last five years.
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.
*Must be completed in the senior year