Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Administration of Justice, B.A.

Four-Year Academic Map 2020-2021

This is a sample academic plan for students entering on the 2020-2021 catalog. Students should meet with an academic advisor prior to registration to formulate their own plan. Please tap the button following each course to view course description and prerequisites or see the UH Hilo Catalog for more course information.

Year 1: Fall Semester

Course Credit
AJ 101 3
ENG 100 (FW: Written Communication) 3
FQ: Quantitative Reasoning 3
DS: Social Science I (Rec: SOC 100 or POLS 100 ) 3
FGA, FGB or FGC: Global Multicultural Perspectives I 3
Credits 15

Year 1: Spring Semester

Course Credit
Elective 3
FGA, FGB or FGC: Global Multicultural Perspectives II 3
DA, DH or DL: Arts, Humanities, Literature I 3
DS: Social Science II (Rec: PSY 100 ) 3
Elective 3
Credits 15

Year 2: Spring Semester

Course Credit
DB: Biological Science or DP: Physical Science 3
GQR: Quantitative Reasoning 3
Block 3: Elective 3
Elective 3
WI Elective 3
Credits 15

Year 3: Fall Semester

Course Credit
AJ 322 /POLS 322 or AJ 323 /POLS 323 or POLS 321 3
POLS 324 /SOC 324 3
POLS 360 or POLS 361 See note 7 3
Upper Elective 3
Block 3: Elective 3
Credits 15

Year 3: Spring Semester

Course Credit
Block 1: Criminality and Criminal Justice Process 3
AJ 380 3
Block 3: Elective 3
GE HPP 3
Upper Elective 3
Credits 15

Year 4: Fall Semester

Course Credit
GE GCC 3
Block 2: Diversity and Community Relations 3
Block 3: Elective 3
WI Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Credits 15

Year 4: Spring Semester

Course Credit
AJ 470 WI 3
Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Credits 15

Notes

  1. Students must earn at least a 2.0 GPA in courses required for the major.
  2. To earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Administration of Justice, students must fulfill the requirements for the major and meet all of the University’s other baccalaureate degree requirements. (Please see Baccalaureate Degree Requirements in the Catalog.)
  3. At least 45 semester hours must be earned in courses at the 300- or 400-level.
  4. Students wishing to make timely progress toward graduation are urged to pay careful attention to all degree requirements.
  5. In addition, when planning a schedule of courses, it is imperative to be aware of course prerequisites and the frequency with which courses are offered. This information is available in the course listings in this Catalog.
  6. To ensure progress toward degree completion, students are urged to meet with an advisor each semester before registering.
  7. POLS 360 is offered every Spring and POLS 361 is offered in the Fall. Students must take one of these two options.