Transfer Courses Databank

In order to take a course outside of Rutgers and transfer those credits earned toward the Criminal Justice major, you must first complete a Transfer Course Preapproval Form.  This form must be submitted to the Academic Advisor before registering for any intended courses outside of Rutgers [within the Criminal Justice field].  The courses that appear in this databank are not definitive; rather, the databank should be used as a guide and not as a rule.  The Academic Advisor has full governing authority to decide which courses transfer and how such courses would transfer and be coded.

 

What do some of these course codes mean? 

  • 01:202:EC is a general course code.  This code designates a course as being in the Criminal Justice field, and students earn credit for this course; however, students are not able to count this course toward the Criminal Justice major.
  • 01:202:MAJ is used to designate a course as being in the Criminal Justice field, and students earn credit for this course; additionally, students are able to count this course toward the Criminal Justice major.

 

Are you a transfer student?  Find more information about transferring to Rutgers in the Transfer Students section of our website.

 

 

The Transfer Course Databank (below) provides course equivalencies for the following types of institutions:

 

  • New Jersey Community Colleges
  • Rutgers Newark
  • Rutgers Camden

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New Jersey Community Colleges:

 

All courses from N.J. community colleges are pre-evaluated and an extensive listing can be found here: https://www.njtransfer.org/artweb/chgri.cgi

 

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Rutgers Newark:

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE TITLE

EQUIVALENCE

 

 

 

47:202:102

Criminology (via Sociology Dept.)

01:920:222

47:202:103

Introduction to Criminal Justice

01:202:201

47:202:202

Gender, Crime, and Justice

01:202:327

47:202:203

Police and Society

01:202:202

47:202:204

Corrections

01:202:203

47:202:301

Criminal Justice Research Methods

01:202:307

47:202:302

Data Analysis in Criminal Justice

300 Level Elective

47:202:310

Case Processing: The Law and the Courts

Thematic: Law and Ethics

47:202:311

Constitutional Issues in Criminal Justice

Thematic: Law and Ethics

47:202:312

Comparative Criminal Justice

400 Level Elective

47:202:321

Environmental Criminology

300 Level Elective

47:202:322

Business and Crime

300 Level Elective

47:202:323

Cybercrime

300 Level Elective

47:202:324

Violent Crime

300 Level Elective

47:202:331

Delinquency and Juvenile Justice

01:202:322

47:202:332

Juvenile Gangs and Co-Offending

300 Level Elective

47:202:333

Race and Crime

300 Level Elective

47:202:334

Organized Crime

300 Level Elective

47:202:341

Community Corrections

300 Level Elective

47:202:342

Contemporary Policing

300 Level Elective

47:202:343

White Collar Crime

300 Level Elective

47:202:344

Crime in Different Cultures

Thematic: Social Control

47:202:345

Criminal Justice: Ethical and Philosophical Foundations

Thematic: Law and Ethics

47:202:405

Research Seminar in Criminal Justice

NOT TRANSFERRABLE

47:202:406

Independent Study in Criminal Justice

NOT TRANSFERRABLE

47:202:407

Topics in Criminal Justice

400 Level Elective

47:202:413

Internship in Criminal Justice

NOT TRANSFERRABLE

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Rutgers Camden:

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE TITLE

EQUIVALENCE

 

 

 

50:202:201

Criminal Justice in American Society

01:202:201

50:202:202

Police and Policing

01:202:202

50:202:203

Confinement and Corrections

01:202:203

50:202:204

Courts and Criminal Law

01:202:205

50:202:302

Statistics for Criminal Justice

01:202:307

50:202:303

Gender, Crime, and Justice

01:202:327

50:202:314

Technology and Crime

300 Level Elective

50:202:322

Juvenile Justice

01:202:322

50:202:323

Varieties of Crime

300 Level Elective

50:202:324

Organized Crime

300 Level Elective

50:202:325

Violent Crime

300 Level Elective

50:202:326

White Collar Crime

300 Level Elective

50:202:330

Social Justice in Film

300 Level Elective

50:202:337

Poor, Minorities, and Justice

300 Level Elective

50:202:340

Victimology

01:202:310

50:202:341

Children and the Justice System

300 Level Elective

50:202:342

Domestic Violence

300 Level Elective

50:202:345

Comparative Criminal Justice

300 Level Elective

50:202:350

Punishment and Sentencing

300 Level Elective

50:202:351

Contemporary Issues in Policing

300 Level Elective

50:202:352

Community Corrections

300 Level Elective

50:202:354

Special Topics in Criminal Justice

300 Level Elective

50:202:355

Special Topics in Criminal Justice

300 Level Elective

50:202:356

Special Topics in Criminal Justice

300 Level Elective

50:202:361

Topics in Criminal Law

300 Level Elective

50:202:362

Topics in Corrections

300 Level Elective

50:202:363

Topics in Juvenile Justice

300 Level Elective

50:202:404

Internship in Criminal Justice

NOT TRANSFERRABLE

50:202:410

Research Seminar in Criminal Justice

NOT TRANSFERRABLE

50:202:449

Ethics and Policy in Criminal Justice

400 Level Elective

50:202:454

Special Topics in Criminal Justice

400 Level Elective

50:202:455

Special Topics in Criminal Justice

400 Level Elective

50:202:456

Special Topics in Criminal Justice

400 Level Elective

50:202:457

Special Topics in Criminal Justice

400 Level Elective

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