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California State University, Long Beach
Criminology and Criminal Justice B.S.
This program is designed to accommodate the needs of new college students, continuing students, transferring students, and experienced criminal justice practitioner. We offer sufficient courses in the evenings for students to graduate with this degree without taking daytime classes.
Students intending to transfer from community colleges to this University are advised to complete general education requirements while attending the community college. Courses equivalent to CRJU 101 and lower-division cognate courses (SOC 100, PSY 100, POSC 100 and PHIL 170), should be taken while attending community college. Other criminal justice courses taken at community colleges will be accepted as lower-division electives provided the college where they were taken designated them as transferable to CSU. These courses cannot be substituted for upper-division criminal justice courses.
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