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/programs/Pages/Criminal-Justice-Transfer-Pathway.aspxLiberal Arts and Fine ArtsYesMichael Johnson 22/7/2024 11:11 AM
Associate of Science Degree - Criminal Justice Transfer Pathway
Associate of Science Degree - Criminal Justice Transfer PathwayWorksheet for AS Degree - Criminal Justice Transfer Pathway
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Students who successfully complete the Criminal Justice Transfer Pathway will be prepared to transfer to a baccalaureate program in Criminal Justice. With a degree in criminal justice, you can work in a number of careers fields within the justice system such as court administrators, social workers, parole officers, correctional officers and management positions.

​The Criminal Justice Transfer Pathway provides students the opportunity to study specific types of crime, the theories of crime and punishment, the psychological and social origins of criminal behavior, and social value systems. Students will also examine criminal law and criminal justice systems, penology, rehabilitation, recidivism, social attitudes concerning crime and the justice system, and criminal justice policy.

​Saint Paul College has a transfer articulation agreement between the following program and post-secondary institution for the baccalaureate degree program listed below. For more information please go to​.

Criminal Justice Transfer Pathway

  • BS Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Emphasis Bemidji State University
  • BA Criminal Justice Metropolitan State University
  • BS Criminal Justice Minnesota State University, Mankato
  • BA Criminal Justice Minnesota State University, Moorhead
  • BA Criminal Justice St. Cloud State University
  • ​Differentiate law enforcement, courts, and corrections components of the U.S. criminal justice system.
  • Apply criminological theory to contemporary problems and issues. 
  • Analyze the importance of diversity with regard to people, cultures, and roles in the criminal justice system.
  • Use a variety of criminological sources.
  • Communicate about diverse issues in the criminal justice system.​


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