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apply. A definite commitment on the part of the department and of the student would be made at the conclusion of their fifth semester (midway through the junior year). Students accepted into the program upon admission would be able to complete it without having to take summer courses. Students who are admitted later, and who have completed fewer than 68 credit hours by the end of their sophomore year, will need to take summer credits during the third and summer. Students who are interested in the program, but who are not accepted at admission will be encouraged to complete several major courses during the sophomore year and to take a full load. All students interested in the 4+1 program must apply to the graduate program during their junior year. With a provisional acceptance, they will be able to take two graduate courses during their senior year. Upon successful completion of their undergraduate degree, students will be fully admitted to the graduate program and will take the remaining graduate courses during the fall following their senior year. 4+1 Matrix BA to MS Matrix (Numerals in front of courses indicate credits) FRESHMAN Fall 3 College Composition/LENG 111 3 Intro to Criminal Justice/CRJS 110 3 Modern Language 1 3 Foundations of Theology/LTHE 101 3 Basic Sociology/SOCI 110 2 First Year Seminar/CRJS 108 17 SOPHOMORE Fall 3 The Bible: An Intro/LTHE 201 3 Political Science/POLI 111 3 Fine Arts Series 3 Criminological Theory/CRJS 240 3 Careers in Criminal Justice/CRJS 242 3 English Literature Series 18 JUNIOR Fall 3 Criminal Justice Statistics/CRJS 360 3 Criminal Justice Ethics/CRJS 350 3 Investigative Concepts/CRJS 310 3 CRJS Elective 3 LPHI 237 or any LTHE 300 course 1 Leadership Seminar 16 SENIOR Fall 3 Crime Scene Techniques/GCRIM 501 3 General Elective 6 CRJS Electives 3 CRJS Upper-Level Elective 15

Spring 3 Critical Analysis and Composition/ LENG 112 3 Intro to Philosophy/LPHI 131 3 History Without Borders/LHST 111 3 Correctional Process/CRJS 201 3 Modern Language 2 3 Intro to Psychology/PSYC 111 18

Spring 3 Human Communication & Society/ SPCH 113 3 Philosophy II Series 3 Research Methods/CRJS 240 3 Cyber Crime and Society/CRJS 241 3 Natural Science 3 Criminal Law and Proc./CRJS 320 18

Spring 3 Cultural Diversity/CRJS 325 3 Internship/CRJS 490 12 General Electives

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Spring 3 Senior Seminar/CRJS 495 3 Courtroom Procedures/GCRIM 508 6 General Electives 3 CRJS Upper-Level Elective 15

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Gannon University Undegraduate Catalog 2019-2020  

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