Kansas City Kansas Community College Police Science & Corrections
The following KCKCC Police Science and Corrections courses transfer to Baker University’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies for application to a bachelor’s degree program.
Students enrolled in the BS of Criminal Justice program may apply these courses toward the required 46 credit hours of general electives.
|KCKCC Course||Credits||Baker Equivalent|
|Ethical Decision Making||3||General elective|
|Oral Communications in Corrections||3||****Speech|
|Corrections Report Writing||3||*Technical credit|
Founded in 1858, Baker University is the oldest university in Kansas. We offer innovative degree programs for adults in evening and online classes. Baker University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (312.263.0456, ncahlc.org). Our accreditation has been continuous since first awarded in 1913.
*Technical courses are accepted up to 12 credit hours.
**Field credit courses are accepted up to 6 credit hours.
***Social science courses are accepted as social science up to 6 credit hours. Additional credits will be accepted as general electives.
****Speech courses are accepted as arts and humanities up to 6 credit hours. Additional credits will be accepted as general electives.
Only courses with grades of C or better may be considered for transfer credit. Some courses may be eligible for transfer into Baker’s BSCJ core program if they were completed within the last five years; these courses will be evaluated individually. Courses deemed equivalent are accepted up to 6 credit hours.
Learn more about the SPGS transfer credit policy in the Catalog & Handbook.
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