Looking for college credit in Criminal Justice? We have a list!
Step 1: Look local! Your local community college may offer dual enrollment courses to high school students, and sometimes for reduced for free tuition! Local community colleges will have “excellent” transferability -the highest level.
Step 2: Look at our out of state dual enrollment list. The colleges on this list will have “excellent” transferability- the highest level.
|Introduction to Criminal Justice||Straighterline||limited|
|Criminal Justice||DSST Exam||good|
|Criminal Justice 101: Intro to Criminal Justice||Studycom||limited|
|Criminal Justice 107: Criminal Law||Studycom||limited|
|Criminal Justice 106: Forensic Science||Studycom||limited|
|Criminal Justice 305: The Juvenile Justice System||Studycom||limited|
|Criminal Justice 306: Research Methods in Criminal Justice||Studycom||limited|
|Criminal Justice 104: Introduction to Criminology||Studycom||limited|
|Criminal Justice 381: Victimology||Studycom||limited|
Forensic and Investigative Sciences
Target audience: high school students
Students who complete all the courses in a level will receive a certificate.
These courses in the certificate are NOT for college credit, but you’ll award high school credit and can use this on a resume or as an elective.
The Forensic and Investigative Sciences Level I is designed for high school students and will give graduates a recognized credential that can translate into greater recognition in a future career in forensics. (recommended 2 High School credits)
The Forensic and Investigative Sciences Level II After completing the required courses offered through the Texas Forensic Science Academy graduates will have an intermediate understanding of forensics topics. (recommended 2 high school credits)