Crime Scene
Area of Study

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Designation

Associate of Arts

Choose 15 credits including required courses

Core Classes

Course Description Credits
CRJ110 Introduction to Criminal Justice: SS3 3
CRJ145 Correctional Process 3
CRJ125 Policing Systems 3
CRJ127 Crime Scene Investigation 3
CRJ135 Judicial Function 3
CRJ205 Principles of Criminal Law 3
CRJ209 Criminal Investigation I 3
CRJ230 Criminology 3
CRJ235 Delinquent Behavior 3
CRJ236 CRJ Research Methods 3
CRJ257 Victimology 3
CRJ268 Criminal Profiling 3

Written Communication (6 Semester Credits)

Course Description Credits
ENG121 English Composition I:CO1 3
ENG122 English Composition II:CO2 3

Oral Communication (3 Semester Credits)

Course Description Credits
COM115 Public Speaking 3
COM125 Interpersonal Communication 3
COM220 Intercultural Communication: SS3 3

Mathematics (3 Semester Credits)

Course Description Credits
MAT120 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 4
MAT121 College Algebra : MA1 4
MAT122 College Trigonometry: MA1 3
MAT125 Survey of Calculus: MA1 4
MAT135 Introduction to Statistics: MA1 3

7 Semester Credits

Natural and Physical Sciences

Course Description Credits
AST101 Planetary Astronomy with Lab: SC1 4
AST102 Stellar Astronomy with Lab: SC1 4
ANT111 Bio Anthropology 4
BIO104 Biology:A Human Approach: SC1 4
BIO105 Science of Biology: SC1 4
BIO111 General College Biology I with Lab: SC1 5
BIO112 General College Biology II with Lab:SC1 5
BIO201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab:SC1 4
BIO202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab:SC1 4
BIO204 Microbiology with Lab: SC1 4
BIO208 General College Microbiology with Lab: SC1 5
CHE101 Introduction to Chemistry I with Lab: SC1 5
CHE102 Introduction to Chemistry II with Lab: SC1 5
CHE111 General College Chemistry I with Lab: SC1 5
CHE112 General College Chemistry II with Lab: SC1 5
ENV101 Environmental Science with Lab: SC1 4
GEY111 Physical Geology with Lab: SC1 4
GEO111 Physical Geography: Landforms with Lab: SC1 4
GEO112 Physical Geography: Weather & Climate with Lab 4
PHY105 Conceptual Physics with Lab: SC1 4
PHY111 Physics Algebra Based I with Lab: SC1 5
PHY112 Physics Algebra Based II with Lab: SC1 5
PHY211 Physics Calculus Based I with Lab: SC1 5
PHY212 Physics Calculus Based II with Lab: SC1 5
SCI105 Science in Society: SC2 3
SCI155 Integrated Science I with Lab: SC1 4
SCI156 Integrated Science II with Lab: SC2 4

Take courses from two different areas, Art (ART, MUS, THE), Literature and Humanities (HUM, LIT), Ways of Thinking (PHI), Foreign Languages (SPA)

Arts and Humanities (6 Semester Credits)

Course Description Credits
ART110 Art Appreciation: AH1 3
ART111 Art History Ancient to Medieval GT-AH1 3
ART112 Art History Renaissance to 1900:GT-AH1 3
ART207 Art History 1900 to Present 3
MUS120 Music Appreciation: AH1 3
MUS121 Music History Medieval to Classical: AH1 3
MUS122 Music History Romantic to Present: AH1 3
MUS123 Survey of World Music: GT-AH1 3
MUS125 History of Jazz: AH1 3
THE105 Theatre Appreciation: AH1 3
THE108 Theater Script Analysis: AH1 3
THE211 Development of Theatre: Greek Renaissance 3
THE215 Playwriting: AH1 3
HUM103 Introduction to Film Art: GT-AH2 3
HUM115 World Mythology: GT-AH2 3
HUM121 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 3
HUM122 Humanities: Mediev-Mod: AH2 3
HUM123 Humanities: Modern Wrld: AH2 3
LIT115 Introduction to Literature I 3
LIT201 World Literature to 1600: AH2 3
LIT202 World Literature After 1600: AH2 3
LIT205 Ethnic Literature : AH2 3
LIT211 American Literature to Civil War: AH2 3
LIT212 American Literature After Civil War: AH2 3
LIT221 British Literature to 1770: AH2 3
LIT222 British Literature Since 1770: AH2 3
LIT225 Introduction to Shakespeare: AH2 3
PHI111 Introduction to Philosophy: AH3 3
PHI112 Ethics:AH3 3
PHI113 Logic: AH3 3
PHI114 Comparative Religions: AH3 3
PHI115 World Religions-West: AH3 3
PHI116 World Religions-East: AH3 3
PHI205 Business Ethics:AH3 3
PHI214 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 3
PHI218 Environmental Ethics: AH3 3
SPA211 Spanish Language III: AH4 3
SPA212 Spanish Language IV : AH4 3

History (3 Semester Credits)

Course Description Credits
HIS101 Western Civilization:Antiquity-1650 HI1 3
HIS102 Western Civilization: 1650-Present HI1 3
HIS111 The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 3
HIS112 The World: 1500-Present: HI1 3
HIS121 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 3
HIS122 US History since Civil War:HI1 3
HIS203 Civil War Era American History:GT-HI1 3
HIS208 American Indian History 3
HIS225 Colorado History: HI1 3
HIS236 U.S. History Since 1945 3
HIS247 20th Century World History:HI1 3

Take courses from two different areas, Economics and Political Systems (AGE, ECO, POS), Geography (GEO), Human Behavior, Culture, or Social Frameworks (AGR, ANT, ETH, JOU, PSY, SOC)

Social and Behavioral Sciences (6 Semester Credits)

Course Description Credits
AGE102 Agriculture Economics: GT-SS1 3
ECO101 Economics of Social Issues: SS1 3
ECO201 Principles of Macroeconomics: SS1 3
ECO202 Principles of Microeconomics: SS1 3
POS105 Introduction to Political Science:SS1 3
POS111 American Government: SS1 3
POS205 International Relations: SS1 3
GEO105 World Regional Geography: SS2 3
GEO106 Human Geography: SS2 3
AGR260 World Interdependence /Population/Food: SS3 3
ANT101 Cultural Anthropology 3
ANT107 Introduction to Archaeology 3
ANT215 Indians of North America 3
ANT250 Medical Anthropology 3
JOU105 Introduction to Mass Media 3
PSY101 General Psychology I: SS3 3
PSY102 General Psychology II : SS3 3
PSY205 Psychology of Gender: GT-SS3 3
PSY217 Human Sexuality: SS3 3
PSY226 Social Psychology: SS3 3
PSY227 Psychology of Death/Dying: SS3 3
PSY235 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3
PSY238 Child Development: SS3 3
PSY240 Health Psychology: SS3 3
PSY249 Abnormal Psychology: SS3 3
SOC101 Introduction to Sociology I : SS3 3
SOC102 Introduction to Sociology II: SS3 3
SOC205 Sociology Of Family Dynamics:SS3 3
SOC231 Sociology of Deviant Behavior:SS3 3