The student entering the Technology Program in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement will possess an Associate of Arts degree with a minimum of 2.5 cumulative grade point average, having completed approximately 40 hours of a technology curriculum. The student will complete the remaining General Education requirements, upper division, and elective courses in the field of Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement and related general electives at the University. Sixty hours of additional course work are ordinarily required to complete the technology degree.
After completing ENGL 101 and ENGL 102, Expository Writing and Argument and Research, students must take and successfully pass the Bowie State University English Proficiency Examination. Transfer students who completed their English Composition requirements at another institution must take the English Proficiency Examination during their first semester of enrollment at the University.
Approval of the total course of study by the Coordinator is required. Programs should avoid duplication of previous course work. The student is advised to consult with the Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Coordinator to plan elective courses in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement.