Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
This program ushers students to academic and professional environments related to the Criminal Justice field. The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice provides students a detailed view of the field with specific emphasis on the legal, forensic, and academic aspects of the discipline.
Students who graduate from this program can pursue professional positions in the public or private sector, or pursue a graduate degree in law or in the social sciences. The program is structured to address current topics in the field such as multiculturalism, alternate sentencing methods, rehabilitation processes, and cybercrimes, among others.
- Police Sergeant
General Requirements for Admission:
The applicant must provide evidence of a standard high school diploma or one of the equivalents as defined by the Department of Higher Education HEA Sec. 484(d) and detailed below:
- A GED Certificate.
- A certified or other official completion documentation demonstrating that the student has passed a state-authorized examination (such as the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) or a state-recognized equivalent of a high school diploma.
- A conferred associate degree.
- Successfully completed at least 60 semester or trimester credit hours or 72 quarter credit hours that does not result in the awarding of a degree, but that is acceptable for full credit toward an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, may provide the official transcripts from the transferring institution.
- Conditional acceptance is available for students applying while still in high school. Students must receive their high school diploma or equivalent prior to being admitted to AGMU. Students must provide evidence of a high school diploma or equivalent prior to receiving a diploma or degree from AGMU.
Applicants must provide evidence of previous credits, courses or studies documenting graduation from secondary school to an authorized University member. Only original documents will be considered as evidence. Original documents such as:
- A General Education Diploma (GED) or other diploma or graduation document.
- Certification prepared by a secondary institution or agency recognized by the US Department of Education.
- Applicants who have completed previous college-level coursework must provide an official transcript from the transferring institution (this means a document issued by the institution which includes an official seal, generally with a stamp stating “official transcript”).
- Applicants who have not completed 60 semester or 72 quarter hours at a recognized institution of higher education must provide evidence of a high school diploma or its equivalent as defined above.
If the applicant cannot leave the original document for his admission record, the admission’s officer will make a copy and certify with their initials that it is a copy from the original.
Additional requirements may apply to specific academic programs.