Program Transfer GuideHawkeye Community College Associate of Applied Arts (AAA) inCRIMINAL JUSTICE LIBERAL ARTS TRANSFER MAJOR UIU Bachelor of Science (BS) inCRIMINAL JUSTICEAUGUST 2020Years 1 & 2 at Hawkeye Community College:HCC Program Course SequenceCourse IDCourse NameCourse Transfers into UIU as# CrCourse IdCRJ 100CRJ 200CRJ 201MAT 156POL 111Introduction to Criminal JusticeCriminologyJuvenile DelinquencyStatisticsAmerican National Government33333CJ 224CJ 333CJ 321MATH 220PS 100SOC 110Introduction to Sociology3SOC 110CRJ 320Criminal Justice Ethics (Elective)3CJ 367ORCRJ 141Criminal Justice ElectiveCriminal Investigation (Elective)Requirement Fulfilled33333Principles of Sociology3Major & Gen Ed Soc. Sci.MajorMajor ElectivePrereq. & Gen Ed MathGen Ed Soc. Sci.Prereq. & Gen Ed Soc.Sci.MajorEthics in Criminal Justice333--CJ 362See Electives TableCriminal InvestigationsCJ 315Juvenile JusticeOR33-44333333Diversity in America (Elective)--------------ENG 101ENG 1023COMM 1053SOC 240Social Diversity ElectiveSDV 108 The College ExperienceAdditional ElectiveAdditional ElectiveTotal occupational course credits earned:Total credits required for graduation:Total transferable credits#:Published on: 8/26/20203See Electives TableSee Electives TableSee Electives TableSee Electives TableSee Electives TableSee Electives TableSee Electives TableEnglish Composition IEnglish Composition IIPublic SpeakingDiversity in the US3Major33-44333333See Electives TableGen Ed Nat. Sci.Gen Ed Nat. Sci.Gen Ed Soc. Sci.Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Soc. Sci.Gen Ed Comm./WrtnGen Ed Comm./Wrtn3Gen Ed Comm./Oral3Major & Gen Ed Soc. Sci.ORSOC 240Diversity in the USOR313362-636262-63See Electives TableMajorOROROR33ORORCriminal Justice ElectiveNatural Science ElectiveNatural Science ElectiveHumanities (A) ElectiveHumanities (B) ElectiveHumanities (B) ElectiveSocial Science (Topics) ElectiveENG 105 Composition IENG 106 Composition IIFundamentals of OralSPC 101CommunicationSOC 200 Minority Group Relations (Elective)3ORORJuvenile Justice (Elective)ORSOC 205Course NameORORCRJ 316# CrIntro to Criminal JusticeCriminologyJuvenile DelinquencyElementary StatisticsU.S. Government3Major & Gen Ed Soc. Sci.OR--- See Electives Table--- ----- See Electives Table--- See Electives TableTotal course credits accepted:313362-63See Electives TableFree ElectiveSee Electives TableSee Electives TableUIU recommendations are bolded.Page 1 of 8
Program Transfer Guide – HCC CRIMINAL JUSTICE LIBERAL ARTS TRANSFER MAJOR UIU CRIMINAL JUSTICE – August 2020Courses to be taken at Upper Iowa UniversityYears 3 & 4 at Upper Iowa University:UIU Program Course List# CrGeneral Education Coursesany Gen Ed in Arts/Humanities [Humn. B Elective]any Gen Ed in Arts/Humanities [Humn. B Elective]ENG 101 English Composition I [ENG 105]ENG 102 English Composition II [ENG 106]COMM 105 Public Speaking [SPC 101]CS 102 Intro Computer Appl’s & Technologyany Gen Ed in Natural Science [Nat. Sci. Elective]any Gen Ed in Natural Science [Nat. Sci. Elective]any Gen Ed in Social Science [CRJ 100]any Gen Ed in Social Science [SOC 110]any Gen Ed in Cultures [Social Diversity Elective]Prerequisites33333333333MATH 105 College Mathematics with AppsMATH 220 Elementary StatisticsSOC 110 Principles of SociologyMajor CoursesCJ 224 Introduction to Criminal JusticeCJ 333 CriminologyCJ 365 Introduction to PolicingCJ 367 Ethics in Criminal JusticeCJ 380 Introduction to CorrectionsCJ 388 Comparative JusticeSOC 334 Sociological Research MethodsCJ 321 Juvenile Delinquency One of the following:SOC 220 Social ProblemsSOC 240 Diversity in the United StatesOne of the following – Law Enforcement:CJ 237 Criminal LawCJ 362 Criminal Investigations [CRJ 141]CJ 291 Community PolicingOne of the following – Law Adjudication:CJ 315 Juvenile JusticeCJ 353 Sociology of Law CJ 398 Justice AdministrationOne of the following – Corrections:CJ 396 Community CorrectionsCJ 426 Institutional CorrectionsCJ 428 Offender TreatmentOne of the following:CJ 403 InternshipCJ 499 Special ProjectCriminal Justice or Sociology ElectivesAdditional ElectivesUpper-Division ElectivesElectivesTotal additional credits needed at UIU to complete degree:Total transferable credits from HCC:Total Earned Credits:Published on: 8/26/2020Requirement FulfilledTransferred InStudents who transfer to UIU with a completedAssociate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science(AS) degree in liberal arts from HawkeyeCommunity College, will be considered to havefulfilled all lower-division Upper Iowa Universitygeneral education requirements.Prerequisites still required.333Gen Ed Math & Prereq. for Math 220Prereq. for SOC 334Prereq. for CJ 333MAT 156MAT 156SOC or ElectiveMajorCRJ 100CRJ 200--CRJ 320------CRJ 201SOC 200 or SOC 2053MajorCRJ 62-63120-122Degree RequirementsDegree Requirements-----Page 2 of 8
Program Transfer Guide – HCC CRIMINAL JUSTICE LIBERAL ARTS TRANSFER MAJOR UIU CRIMINAL JUSTICE – August 2020 NOTES LEGEND: # Transfer grades lower than a C- will not be accepted. @ indicates both courses are required to meet this course, else if only part of this combination is taken, all courses would beconsidered free electives. Course has a prerequisite. Bolded text indicates UIU recommendations. Grayed out text indicates courses fulfilled through transfer. Strikethrough indicates specific course if within grouping.Students who transfer to UIU with a completed Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) degree in liberal arts from HawkeyeCommunity College, will be considered to have fulfilled all lower-division Upper Iowa University general education requirements.A minimum of 120 semester credits is required for a baccalaureate degree; up to 78 lower-division college semester credits fromHawkeye Community College. A minimum of 30 credits must be upper-division credits for a UIU baccalaureate degree; lower-divisiontransfer work from Hawkeye Community College does not contribute to the upper-division credit requirement at UIU.This program transfer guide is based on the May 2020 course-to-course articulation (UIU 2019-2020 catalog & HCC 2019-2020catalog).Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this program articulation. The office of theRegistrar of Upper Iowa University reserves the right to make corrections, additions, and deletions as necessary.Elective Transfer TableHCC ELECTIVESCourse IdCourse NameCRIMINAL JUSTICE – 6 creditsCRJ 120Introduction to CorrectionsANDTransfers as UIU Course# Cr3Course IdCJ 380ANDCourse NameIntroduction to Corrections @(Requires both CRJ 120 & CRJ 233 totransfer to CJ 380)# Cr Requirement Fulfilled3MajorANDProbation, Parole, Community33Based CorrectionsCRJ 141 Criminal Investigation3CJ 362 Criminal Investigations 3MajorCRJ 237 Criminal and Constitutional Law3--- --3Free ElectiveCRJ 316 Juvenile Justice3CJ 315 Juvenile Justice 3MajorCRJ 317 White Collar Crime3--- --3Gen Ed Soc. Sci.CRJ 318 Crime Analysis3--- --3Gen Ed Soc. Sci.MajorCRJ 320 Criminal Justice Ethics3CJ 367 Ethics in Criminal Justice 3NATURAL SCIENCE – 7 credits minimum – Requires 7 credits from A and B, including one 4-credit laboratory course.CRJ 233A. Biological SciencesBIO 105 Introductory BiologyBIO 112 General Biology I (Fall Only)BIO 113 General Biology II (Spring Only)BIO 154 Human BiologyEssentials of Anatomy andBIO 163PhysiologyORBIO 166Fundamentals of Anatomy andPhysiologyPublished on: 8/26/20204443BIO 100BIO 135BIO 140---General Biological SciencePrinciples of Biology IPrinciples of Biology II ---4443Gen Ed Nat. Sci.Gen Ed Nat. Sci.Gen Ed Nat. Sci.Gen Ed Nat. Sci.4BIO 268Introduction to HumanAnatomy and Physiology 4Gen Ed Nat. Sci.Page 3 of 8
Program Transfer Guide – HCC CRIMINAL JUSTICE LIBERAL ARTS TRANSFER MAJOR UIU CRIMINAL JUSTICE – August 2020Elective Transfer Table (continued)HCC ELECTIVESCourse IdCourse NameTransfers as UIU Course# CrCourse IdCourse Name# Cr Requirement FulfilledNATURAL SCIENCE – 7 credits minimum – Requires 7 credits from A and B, including one 4-credit laboratory course. – (continued)A. Biological Sciences – (continued)BIO 168Human Anatomy and Physiology I4BIO 270BIO 186Microbiology4BIO 210CNS 121Environmental Conservation***3ES 161Human Anatomy andPhysiology I Microbiology Introduction to EnvironmentalScience4Gen Ed Nat. Sci.4Gen Ed Nat. Sci.3Gen Ed Nat. Sci.---4Gen Ed Nat. Sci.General Chemistry IIntro to EnvironmentalScience---4Gen Ed Nat. Sci.3Gen Ed Nat. Sci.1Intro to Physical Geography3----Introduction to AstronomyIntroduction to AstronomyLaboratory (1) & Introductionto Astronomy (3)Introductory Physics I (3) &Introductory PhysicsLaboratory I (1)Introductory Physics I (3) &Introductory PhysicsLaboratory I (1)143Free ElectiveGen Ed Nat. Sci. orGen Ed Soc. Sci.Free ElectiveFree ElectiveGen Ed Nat. Sci.4Gen Ed. Nat. Sci.4Gen Ed Nat. Sci.5Gen Ed Nat. Sci.*** CNS 121 or ENV 115/116: Only one can be taken toward the 7 hours of science.B. Physical SciencesIntroduction to GeneralCHM 122ChemistryCHM 165 General Chemistry I (Fall Only)4---4CHEM 151ENV 115Environmental Science***3ES 161ENV 116Environmental Science Lab***1---GEO 131Physical Geography3GEOG 100GEO 132PHS 120PHS 142Physical Geography LabExploring Physical SciencePrinciples of Astronomy143----PHY 110PHS 152Astronomy4PHY 109 &PHY 110PHY 162College Physics I (Fall Only)4PHY 111 &PHY 112PHY 212Classical Physics I5PHY 111 &PHY 112*** CNS 121 or ENV 115/116: Only one can be taken toward the 7 hours of science.HUMANITIES – 6 credits minimum – Requires 3 credits from A and 6 credits from two different areas: B1, B2, or B3.A. Literature and Fine ArtsWestern Civilization I: AncientHIS 1173--- --3Gen Ed Soc. Sci.and MedievalWestern Civilization II: EarlyGen Ed Soc. Sci.HIS 1183--- --3ModernWestern Civilization III: TheGen Ed Soc. Sci.HIS 1193--- --3Modern PeriodB1. Literature and Fine ArtsART 101 Art Appreciation3ART 100 Introduction to Art3Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Arts/Humn.ART 203 Art History I3ART 211 Art History I3Gen Ed Arts/Humn.ART 204 Art History II (Spring Only)3ART 212 Art History II3Gen Ed Arts/Humn.DRA 107 Theatrical Arts and Society3--- --3Gen Ed Arts/Humn.LIT 101 Introduction to Literature3ENG 125 Introduction to Literature3Gen Ed Arts/Humn.MUS 100 Music Appreciation3MUS 100 Introduction to Music3Published on: 8/26/2020Page 4 of 8
Program Transfer Guide – HCC CRIMINAL JUSTICE LIBERAL ARTS TRANSFER MAJOR UIU CRIMINAL JUSTICE – August 2020Elective Transfer Table (continued)HCC ELECTIVESCourse IdCourse NameTransfers as UIU Course# CrCourse IdCourse Name# Cr Requirement FulfilledHUMANITIES – 6 credits minimum – Requires 3 credits from A and 6 credits from two different areas: B1, B2, or B3. – (continued)B2. Philosophy and ReligionGen Ed Arts/Humn.PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy3PHIL 150 Introduction to Philosophy3Gen Ed Arts/Humn.PHI 105 Introduction to Ethics3PHIL 202 Contemporary Ethics3Gen Ed Arts/Humn.REL 101 Survey of World Religions3REL 120 Intro to World Religions3Gen Ed Arts/Humn.REL 130 Intro to Religions of the East3REL 205 Religions of Asia3B3. Non-Western CulturesGen Ed CulturesCLS 130 African Cultures3--- --3Gen Ed CulturesCLS 141 Middle Eastern History & Culture3--- --3Gen Ed Cultures orIntroduction to HispanicCLS 150 Latin American History & Culture3SPN 1253Culture & SocietyGen Ed Soc. Sci.Gen Ed CulturesCLS 160 East Asian Cultures3--- --3Gen Ed CulturesCLS 164 Japanese History and Culture3--- --3Gen Ed CulturesCLS 172 Russian Civilization3--- --3SOCIAL SCIENCES – 3 credits minimum – Requires one courseA. Topics in Social SciencesGEO 121 World Regional Geography3GEOG 200POL 121 International Relations3PS 211Comparative Government andPOL 1253PS 212PoliticsWorld Regional GeographyInternational Relations33Gen Ed Soc. Sci.Gen Ed Soc. Sci.Comparative Politics3Gen Ed Soc. Sci.3Gen Ed Soc. Sci.3Free ElectiveHuman Growth, Developmentand GuidanceSocial Psychology (also SOC310) PSY 121Developmental Psychology3EDU 142PSY 251Social Psychology3PSY 310SOC 115Social Problems3SOC 220Social Problems3SOC 120Marriage and Family3SOC 361Marriage and the Family 3SOC 135Death and Dying3PSY 321Death and Dying 3SOC 208Intro to Cultural Anthropology3ANTH 110Intro to Cultural Anthropology33------33333--EDU 162--PSY 260--Diversity for Teachers--Gender Roles (also SOC 260) 33333SOC 240Diversity in the United States33------3Gen Ed CulturesGen Ed CulturesGen Ed CulturesGen Ed Soc. Sci.Major & Gen EdCultures or Gen EdSoc. Sci.Free Elective44333ACCT 201ACCT 202ART 110ART 210ART 202Accounting Principles IAccounting Principles II DrawingIntermediate Drawing Painting 44333Free ElectiveFree ElectiveGen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Arts/Humn.(Spring Only)(Spring Only)SOC 220 Sociology of AgingSOCIAL DIVERSITY – 3 credits minimumCOM 148 Diversity and the MediaEDU 223 Multicultural EducationLIT 133 Minority Voices in U.S. LiteraturePSY 262 Psychology of GenderSOC 200 Minority Group RelationsORSOC 205 Diversity in AmericaWST 101 Women's StudiesADDITIONAL ELECTIVES – 6 credits minimumACC 131 Principles of Accounting IACC 132 Principles of Accounting IIART 133 Drawing (Fall Only)ART 134 Drawing II (Spring Only)ART 143 PaintingPublished on: 8/26/2020Page 5 of 8Major & Gen Ed Soc.Sci.Free ElectiveGen Ed Soc. Sci. orGen Ed CulturesGen Ed Cultures orGen Ed Soc. Sci.Gen Ed Soc. Sci.
Program Transfer Guide – HCC CRIMINAL JUSTICE LIBERAL ARTS TRANSFER MAJOR UIU CRIMINAL JUSTICE – August 2020Elective Transfer Table (continued)HCC ELECTIVESCourse IdCourse NameTransfers as UIU Course# CrADDITIONAL ELECTIVES – 6 credits minimum – (continued)ART 144 Painting II3ART 173 Ceramics3ART 174 Ceramics II3ART 184 Photography3BIO 151 Nutrition3Course Id--ART 222----BIO 165BIO 173Human Anatomy & Physiology II4BIO 275BIO 269BUS 102BUS 180BUS 183BUS 210FoodologyIntroduction to BusinessBusiness EthicsBusiness LawBusiness StatisticsQuantitative Methods forBusiness Decision MakingIntro to Organic & BiochemistryGeneral Chemistry II (Spring Only)Organic Chemistry IOrganic Chemistry IIIntro to Mass Media (Fall Only)ETC: Art and Literary Magazine33333----BA 225BA 302---3---44333--CHEM 152----COMM 1022---3CJ 380BUS 230CHM 132CHM 175CHM 260CHM 270COM 140COM 152CRJ 120(Spring Only)Introduction to CorrectionsANDCRJ 233# Cr Requirement Fulfilled--Ceramics/Hand Building----Human Biology and NutritionHuman Anatomy andPhysiology II ----Business EthicsBusiness Law and Ethics---33333Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Free ElectiveGen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Nat. Sci.4Free Elective33333Free ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree Elective---3Free Elective--General Chemistry II ----Introduction to Mass Media44333Gen Ed Nat. Sci.Gen Ed Nat. Sci.Free ElectiveFree ElectiveFree Elective---2Free ElectiveIntroduction to Corrections @3Major(Requires both CRJ 120 & CRJ 233 totransfer as CJ 380)ANDProbation, Parole, CommunityBased CorrectionsJuvenile JusticeWhite Collar CrimeCrime AnalysisCriminal Justice EthicsIntroduction to ComputersCourse Name3AND33333CJ 315----CJ 367Juvenile Justice ----Ethics in Criminal Justice 3333MajorGen Ed Soc. Sci.Gen Ed Soc. Sci.Major3CS 102Introduction to ComputerApplications and Technology3Gen Ed Comp. Skills33ENG 290THE 213The Movies (also COMM 290)Principles of Acting33Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Free ElectiveOnly)No credit if ECN-120 or ECN-130 earned.3ECON 160Principles of Microeconomics3Gen Ed Soc. Sci.33ECON 161ECON 160Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Microeconomics33Gen Ed Soc. Sci.Gen Ed Soc. Sci.3------3Free ElectiveEDU 210EDU 235EDU 240EDU 246Principles of MacroeconomicsPrinciples of MicroeconomicsHome, School, and CommunityRelationsFoundations of EducationChildren's LiteratureEducational PsychologyIncluding Diverse Learners3333--EDU 333EDU 152SPED 3043333Free ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveEDU 255Technology in the Classroom3EDU 252--Literature: Birth-AdolescenceAssessment and PsychologyExceptional Persons Computers and InstructionalTechnology3Gen Ed Comp. SkillsCRJ 316CRJ 317CRJ 318CRJ 320CSC 110ORCSC 116DRA 110DRA 130ECN 110ECN 120ECN 130EDU 130Information ComputingIntroduction to FilmActing IIntroduction to Economics (FallPublished on: 8/26/2020Page 6 of 8
Program Transfer Guide – HCC CRIMINAL JUSTICE LIBERAL ARTS TRANSFER MAJOR UIU CRIMINAL JUSTICE – August 2020Elective Transfer Table (continued)HCC ELECTIVESCourse IdCourse NameTransfers as UIU Course# CrADDITIONAL ELECTIVES – 6 credits minimum – (continued)Academic Service LearningEDU 9011ExperienceEDU 920 Field Experience1ENG 221 Creative Writing3ENG 230 Creative Writing: Fiction3ENG 235 Playwriting and Screenwriting3FLS 151 Elementary Spanish I (Fall Only)5FLS 152 Elementary Spanish II (Spring Only)5FLS 241 Intermediate Spanish I4FLS 242 Intermediate Spanish II4HIS 201 Iowa History3HIS 257 African American History3Shakespeare: Dramatist,HUM 1403Psychologist, HistorianJ.R.R. Tolkien: Mythology andHUM 1413MethodologyLIT 189 Women and Literature3LIT 949 Special Topics1MAT 102 Intermediate Algebra4MAT 216 Calculus II4MAT 219 Calculus III4MGT 101 Principles of Management3MGT 208MIL 103MIL 110Course Id----ENG 170----SPN 101SPN 102SPN 201SPN 202HIST 222HIST 330--ENG 135------MATH 200MATH 215BA 210Course Name# Cr Requirement Fulfilled---1Free Elective--Intro to Creative Writing ----Beginning Spanish IBeginning Spanish II Intermediate Spanish I Intermediate Spanish II History of IowaAfrican American History1333554433Free ElectiveGen Ed Arts/Humn.Free ElectiveGen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Soc. Sci.Gen Ed Soc. Sci.---3Gen Ed Arts/Humn.Tolkien3Gen Ed Arts/Humn.314443Free ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree Elective3Free Elective2Free ElectiveIntro to Information Systems3BA 222Military Survival SkillsLeadership and PersonalDevelopment2---------Calculus II Multivariable Calculus Management PrinciplesManagement InformationSystems ---1------1Free Elective1------1Free Elective2------2Free Elective2------2Free Elective31112113131111MKT 208--------------MUS 121----EXSS 100--EXSS 100Marketing Principles--------------Concert Choir----Activity Courses - Aerobics--Activity Courses - Walking31112113131111Free ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveGen Ed Arts/Humn.Free ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree Elective(ROTC at UNI)MIL 115Foundations of TacticalLeadership(ROTC at UNI)MIL 121Leadership and Decision MakingMIL 122Leadership in ChangingEnvironment(ROTC at UNI)(ROTC at UNI)MKT 110MUA 101MUA 106MUA 120MUA 121MUA 180MUA 181MUS 102MUS 154MUS 202PEA 117PEA 123PEA 145PEA 150Principles of MarketingApplied VoiceClass VoiceApplied PianoApplied Piano IIApplied PercussionApplied Percussion IIMusic Fundamentals (Spring Only)ChorusWorld MusicBowling ICircuit TrainingCrosstraining and Core FitnessPowerwalkingPublished on: 8/26/2020Page 7 of 8
Program Transfer Guide – HCC CRIMINAL JUSTICE LIBERAL ARTS TRANSFER MAJOR UIU CRIMINAL JUSTICE – August 2020Elective Transfer Table (continued)HCC ELECTIVESCourse IdCourse NameTransfers as UIU Course# CrCourse IdCourse Name# Cr Requirement FulfilledADDITIONAL ELECTIVES – 6 credits minimum – (continued)PEA 187Weight Training I1EXSS 100PEA 191PEA 194PEA 287PEA 2941111---------1EXSS 2881---1---2AT 166PEH 111PEH 141PEH 162PEH 193PEH 909PHI 121PHY 100PilatesVinyasa YogaWeight Training IIWeight Training IIICoaching Ethics, Techniques, andTheoryAthletic Development andHuman GrowthAnatomy for CoachingCare and Prevention of AthleticInjuriesPersonal WellnessFirst AidIntro to Physical EducationSports NutritionCooperative EducationClassical/Medieval PhilosophyPhysics in Everyday Life3232133PHY 172College Physics II4PHY 222Classical Physics II5PSY 241PSY 261SDV 131SOC 160SOC 180Abnormal PsychologyHuman SexualityCareer ExplorationIntroduction to Social WorkSocial Work Interactional SkillsField Experience (Social Work33233--EXSS 102--------PHY 105PHY 113 &PHY 114PHY 113 &PHY 114--PSY 270--PSY 221---1PEC 110PEC 115PEC 123PEC 127SOC 181Emphasis)SPC 120Cultural Immersion FieldExperiencePublic Speaking (Spring Only)Intercultural Communications (FallSPC 122Interpersonal CommunicationSPC 132SPC 140Group Communication (Fall Only)Oral InterpretationSOC 850SPC 112Only)(Spring Only)Published on: 8/26/2020Activity Courses - WeightTraining--------Ethics and LegalResponsibilities of Coaches1Free Elective1111Free ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree Elective1Free Elective---1Free Elective--Care and Prevention ofAthletic Injuries--First Aid/CPR/AED Programs--------Conceptual PhysicsIntro Physics II (3) & IntroPhysics Laboratory II (1) Intro Physics II (3) & IntroPhysics Laboratory II (1) --Human Sexuality--Intro to Human Services ---1Free Elective2Free Elective3232133Free ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveFree ElectiveGen Ed Arts/Humn.Gen Ed Nat. Sci.4Gen Ed Nat. Sci.5Gen Ed Nat. Sci.33233Free ElectiveGen Ed Soc. Sci.Free ElectiveFree ElectiveFree Elective------1Free Elective1------1Free Elective3------3Free Elective3COMM 221Intercultural Communication3Gen Ed Cultures3------3Free Elective33--THE 240--Oral Interpretation33Free ElectiveGen Ed Comm./OralPage 8 of 8
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AUGUST 2020 Years 1 & 2 at Hawkeye Community College: HCC Program Course Sequence Course Transfers into UIU as Course ID Course Name # Cr Course Id Course Name # Cr Requirement Fulfilled CRJ 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 CJ 224 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 Major & Gen Ed Soc. Sci.
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Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) has tripled in incidence in the US over the last three decades, and the HCC incidence rate among patients with cirrhosis has been shown to be 2%-4% per year.(1-3) HCC is the leading cause of death in patients with cirrhosis. In the West, over 80% of patients with HCC have concomitant cirrhosis.
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