Degree Completion Program
What is a Completion Degree?
A Completion Degree is a personalized version of a Bachelor’s degree created exclusively for students who have completed an Associate’s degree at an accredited institution. A student who expects to transfer a completed Associate’s degree should communicate with a Wilmington University Academic Advisor before registering for courses. A transcript with documentation of the conferred degree must be received by Wilmington University to confirm eligibility. Find out more information about Wilmington University's Degree Completion Programs here
What You Can Expect To Learn
As a transfer student who holds an associate's degree from a partner institution, the following Criminal Justice courses are required. A maximum of 75 transfer credits can be accepted into the program; 45 credits must be completed at Wilmington University. If you have fewer than 75 transfer credits, you will take electives to fulfill the degree requirements necessary for the Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice.
CRJ 301 Juvenile Justice
CRJ 303 Administration of Criminal Justice Organizations
CRJ 304 Constitutional Law
CRJ 316 Criminal Law
CRJ 318 Criminal Investigation
CRJ 341 Community Corrections
CRJ 350 Computer Operations in Criminal Justice
CRJ 410 Multicultural Issues in Criminal Justice
CRJ 411 Criminal Evidence and Procedures
CRJ 412 Ethics in Criminal Justice
CRJ 413 Research Methods in Criminal Justice
CRJ 450 Seminar in Criminal Justice
Choose THREE of the following*:
Upper Level LES, ORG, POL, PSY, SOC, or CRJ Elective
*Students that have not transferred in CRJ-205 must take CRJ-334 as one of their electives
- Some courses have prerequisites and should be taken in the correct sequence.
- If your associate's degree is in an academic discipline different than the one you plan to study at Wilmington University, you may be required to take additional courses to ensure your success in your chosen program of study.
This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2014-2015 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2014 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.