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Credit Courses, Degrees and Certificates in Criminal Justice

Richland College

Important note: Before applying to any law enforcement agency, please check with its recruiters to see how many hours of study are required for admission. Requirements vary from agency to agency, and it is your responsibility to know the credit hours needed for the position you are seeking.

The catalog lists which college offers a particular degree or certificate. Get more information about the courses required for:

  • An Associate in Arts Degree with a Field of Study in Criminal Justice is designed for students who plan to major in criminal justice and transfer to a four-year college or university. This degree plan constitutes a semester credit hour transfer block to any public Texas four-year college or university with a criminal justice major.

You should verify the transferability of all Criminal Justice courses prior to applying to a university.