Virginia Community College System (VCCS) Transfer Guide
2017-2018 Criminology, Law and Society, B.A.
These are suggested courses which fulfill degree requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Criminology, Law and Society. Transfer associate's degree programs and courses vary among the 23 VCCS colleges. Be sure to consult your community college academic advisor each semester to make sure you are on track to graduate in an A.A. or A.A.& S or A.S. degree.
|ENG 111 and ENG 112||ENGH 101 and ENGH ----|
|MTH 154||MATH 106|
|CST 100 or 105 or 110 or 126||COMM 100 or 101|
|ITE 115||IT 103|
|Global Understanding||Global Understanding|
|200 level English Literature or ENG 125||ENGH 2--- or ENGH 201|
|Natural Science Lecture and Lab||Natural Science Lecture and Lab|
|Natural Science Lecture||Natural Science Lecture|
|ADJ 100||CRIM 100|
|HIS 101 or 102 or 112||HIST 101 or 102 or 125|
|Foreign Language proficiency||Foreign Language proficiency|
|PHI or REL||PHIL or RELI|
Mason accepts ENG 125, Introduction to Literature in lieu of ENG 112. ENG 125 is equivalent to ENGH 201, which fulfills our literature requirement.
Intermediate-level proficiency in one foreign language is required. VCCS foreign language course 202 satisfies this requirement.
A maximum of 18 VCCS ADJ credits or comparable courses at another community college will apply toward major requirements. Any credits in excess of this maximum will apply toward the degree as general electives. The Transfer Credit Matrix lists all VCCS transferable courses.