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CMC and Mesa State College Criminal Justice ArticulationAgreement (AGS)

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This is a transfer program with Mesa State College which allows students who complete the following curriculum to transfer to Mesa State College. There you may earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. Under the terms of this agreement, you will be admitted as a junior with no loss of credit. You must have a “C” or better in each Colorado Mountain College course attempted in order for this agreement to be valid.

A transfer guide is in place for those who are planning to transfer to the University of Colorado at Denver. Please see your advisor and work with an advisor at CU-Denver if you are planning to transfer to that institution.

You must demonstrate college-level skills proficiency in reading, writing, and mathematics as a part of acceptance into this program. Your proficiency may affect the sequence of courses in which you may enroll and may also extend the time required to complete this program. For details see the Academic Placement and Testing  section.

The Gavin D. Litwiller Scholarship can provide financial assistance for students; see the Financial Aid and Scholarship  section for details.

For a list of CMC campuses offering this program, please see the Where Our Programs are Offered  table. Not every course is offered on every campus.

Graduates of the program will receive an Associate of General Studies Degree in Criminal Justice.

State Guaranteed General Education Requirements

Arts & Humanities

3 courses (9 credits). Select three courses, with no more than two courses from any one category.

Social & Behavioral Sciences

3 courses (9 credit hours). Select 3 courses, 1 of which must be History, with no more than 2 courses from any 1 category

Wellness Requirements Transfer Level (✽)

2 credits.

Total Credits Earned

General Education (min. 38)
Wellness Requirements (min. 2)
Criminal Justice (min. 27)
Total transfer credits allowed
Total credits toward Associate of General Studies:

Criminal Justice emphasis (minimum 67)

Colorado Mountain College Requirements

Colorado Mountain College requires its graduates to be proficient in computer use. To graduate, a student must demonstrate proficiency via an examination administered by the college or take CIS 118 . If you take the course, it will be applied to the elective credit.


◆ State Guaranteed Transfer Course

✽ Applies to CMC AA|AS Degree

For more information see Degree & Certificate Descriptions & Requirements .

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