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Criminal Justice Transfer Track

Students who plan to earn a bachelors degree in Criminal Justice can start at FVCC and transfer to a four-year college or university with their general-education requirements completed. All FVCC students studying Criminal Justice have the opportunity to participate in an internship.

Work with FVCC academic advisors to customize your degree so you’re prepared to transfer and study Criminal Justice. In two years, earn an associate degree, complete lower-level general education requirements, and prepare to transfer to any four-year institution to earn a bachelors degree.

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Students who plan to earn a bachelors degree in Criminal Justice can start at FVCC and transfer to a four-year college or university with their general-education requirements completed. All FVCC students studying Criminal Justice have the opportunity to participate in an internship.

Work with FVCC academic advisors to customize your degree so you're prepared to transfer and study Criminal Justice. In two years, earn an associate degree, complete lower-level general education requirements, and prepare to transfer to any four-year institution to earn a bachelors degree.


A career in criminal justice offers diverse opportunities to utilize your skills and strengths for the greater good. Whether advocating for victims of crime, keeping schools safe from violence, or overseeing the progress of a parolee or probationer, crimi


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