Program Details

Transfer Program

Forensic Studies - Arts and Sciences Transfer Recommendation

Program Information:

Associate of Arts

Faculty Advisors: Francois Derasse · Phone: 410-386-8213 · Email: fderasse@carrollcc.edu

This program provides students with the background necessary for transfer into a four-year institution’s forensic science program. Its combination of science, math, criminal justice and general studies courses was developed in close collaboration with Towson University, University of Baltimore and Stevenson University. The courses listed below are specifically for transfer to the University of Baltimore. Students who wish to transfer to other institutions should contact an advisor at that institution prior to taking courses at Carroll.

 

Recommended Program Electives (any 29 elective credits required for graduation)
 
 CHEM-106  Principles of General Chemistry 2  4 credits
 CHEM-201  Organic Chemistry 1  4 credits
 CHEM-202  Organic Chemistry 2  4 credits
 CRIM-111  Criminal Evidence and Procedure  3 credits
 FCSI-210  Introduction to Forensic Science  3 credits
 PHYS-101  Fundamentals of Physics 1  4 credits
 PHYS-102   Fundamentals of Physics 2, recommended  4 credits
   Refer to ARTSYS and the receiving institution's
 catalog to select transferable courses 
 3 credits
 
General Education Requirements 
 
 Arts and Humanities  6 credits
 Biological and Physical Sciences 
 (BIOL-101 Fundamentals of Biology 1, recommended)
 4 credits
 Biological and Physical Sciences 
 (CHEM-105 Principles of General Chemistry,
 recommended)
 3 - 4 credits
 Emerging Issues  3 credits
 English Composition and Literature  6 credits
 Mathematics 
 (MATH-123 Precalculus, Part 1, recommended)
 3 - 5 credits
 Social and Behavioral Sciences  3 credits
 Social and Behavioral Sciences 
 (CRIM-101 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
 recommended)
 3 credits
 Total Credits   60

Diversity/ World View requirement is met (ENGL-102).

The Carroll diploma will specify the degree conferred (i.e. Associate of Arts). Students may take 29 credits from any subject to fulfill Carroll graduation requirements and work toward transfer-college course requirements. Arts and Sciences recommendation program titles (i.e. Forensic Studies) will not appear on the Carroll transcript or diploma.
 

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