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Pre-Professional Accounting The Pre-Professional Accounting Program is designed specifically for those students who are planning to complete a four-year degree, possibly with a major in Accounting. The core curriculum focuses primarily on Accounting Principles and Intermediate Accounting. Accountants and Auditors are identified as one of the faster growing and higher paid occupational categories through 2010 by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. AAS and Diploma in Accounting are also available. See page 69. It is important that you contact the college or university to which you anticipate articulating credits to assure that core courses will articulate appropriately into your major. The objective of this program is to prepare you to transfer to another institution to obtain a Baccalaureate degree. Northwest Iowa Community College Catalog 2016–2017 _R_E_Q_U__IR_E__D_ _C_O_R__E_ C__O_U_R__S_E_S_ _(F_A__C_E_ _T_O_ _F_A_C_E_ _&_ _O_N_L__IN_E__) _____ Course # Title Credits ACC131-A Principles of Accounting I 4 ACC132-A Principles of Accounting II 4 ACC231-A Intermediate Accounting I 4 _A_C_C_2_3_2_-_A______I_n_te_r_m_e_d_i_a_te_ _A_c_c_o_u_n_ti_n_g_ I_I __________________4_ NOTE: Required to take a minimum of 45 general education credits as listed on page 47 and SDV108-A The College Experience unless exemptions apply. Pre-Professional Criminal Justice Have you always been fascinated with criminal behavior? Turn that interest into starting a path toward a rewarding career in the dynamic criminal justice field. Criminal justice is the application or study of laws regarding criminal behavior. Those who study criminal justice include the police, those working in a judiciary capacity, and lawyers who either defend or prosecute those accused of a crime. Others work to advocate for changes in the current system of criminal justice, such as those who render decisions regarding current laws. Knowledge of the laws, rights and privileges of victims and suspects is essential to aiming for justice in both the court and law enforcement systems. It is important that you contact the college or university to which you anticipate articulating credits to assure that core courses will articulate appropriately into your major. The objective of this program is to prepare you to transfer to another institution to obtain a Baccalaureate degree. _R_E_Q_U__IR_E__D_ _C_O_R__E_ C__O_U_R__S_E_S_ _(O__N_L_I_N_E_ _O_N_L_Y__) _______________ Course # Title Credits CRJ100-A Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 CRJ120-A Introduction to Corrections 3 CRJ130-A Criminal Law 3 CRJ141-A Criminal Investigation 3 CRJ200-A Criminology 3 _C_R_J_1_0_1_-_A______E_t_h_ic_s_ _in_ _C_r_im_i_n_a_l _J_u_s_ti_ce____________________3_ NOTE: Required to take a minimum of 45 general education credits as listed on page 47 and SDV108-A The College Experience unless exemptions apply. 48 Associate of Arts Degree


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