Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU)
To prepare students to transfer to FGCU’s Bachelor of Science in Criminology program.
Law enforcement officer, correctional officer, juvenile justice officer, public or private security guard, or detective. With bachelor’s degree graduates may qualify for local, state and federal law enforcement or corrections positions.
64 credit hours, up to 72 credit hours if student earns the A.A. degree at the same time for transfer to FGCU
Admission requirements for TPP programs are the same as admission to the College: standard high school diploma or GED diploma. Most TPP program courses require students to be College-ready, which means the student must have appropriate placement scores, complete any needed developmental education or meet the requirements for a documented exemption.
Division of Technology and Professional Programs
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Note: Students may earn only one A.S. degree in Criminal Justice Technology. Students should choose either program 2138, 2156 or 2157.
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