As of September 13, 2012, students who graduate with an associate degree in criminal justice at Holyoke Community College will be accepted into the Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice program at Elms College.
Elms College and HCC faculty will work together to ensure transfer students meet all requirements during their time at HCC.
You must enter the program with 60 earned credits from your associate's degree program. The bachelor degree program requires 120 credits. You can transfer in a maximum of 78 credits from HCC. A minimum of 42 credits must be earned through Elms College. All Elms College core and program requirements must be met.
To read the articulation agreement between HCC and Elms, click here.
|HCC||Will be accepted for Elms|
|ENG 101 Language and Literature I||ENG101 Rhetoric|
|MAT 142 Statistics||MAT109 Statistics|
|FRS 101 Introduction to Forensic Science||BIO113 Forensic Science|
|PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology||PSY101 General Psychology|
|SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology||SOC101 Introductory Sociology|
|PHI 120 Ethics||PHI242 Ethics|
|ENG 102 Language and Literature II||Core literature requirement|
|Humanities Elective in the fine/performing arts||Core fine/performing arts requirement|
|CRJ 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice||CRJ101 Introduction to Criminal Justice|
|CRJ 205 Criminal Investigation and Crime Analysis||CRJ280 Principles of Criminal Investigations|
|CRJ 207 Police Operations||CRJ310 Policing in America|
|CRJ 103 Introduction to Corrections||CRJ312 Corrections and Rehabilitation|
|CRJ 112 Criminal Law and Procedure||LEG209 Criminal Law and Procedure|
|CRJ 117 Criminology||SOC306 Criminology|
|CRJ 105 Introduction to Security||Criminal Justice Elective|
|CRJ 210 Human Relations: Diversity & Ethical Issues||Criminal Justice Elective|
|PSY240; SOC213; SOC214; or SOC220||Criminal Justice Elective|
We are a private Catholic coeducational liberal arts college founded in 1928 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield, Massachusetts. Elms College is located in Chicopee, Massachusetts, and grants associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees.