TWU and Chattanooga State Sign PLCJ Articulation Agreement
Tennessee Wesleyan University and Chattanooga State Community College recently signed an articulation agreement which will provide the opportunity for criminal justice students to seamlessly transition from associate to bachelor’s degree in criminal justice.
Chattanooga State offers a Criminal Justice Associate of Applied Science (AAS). Graduates of the AAS program will be able to transfer directly into TWU’s Professional Leadership in Criminal Justice (PLCJ) program, which provides a bachelor’s in criminal justice in a fully online format.
“Tennessee Wesleyan University is proud to partner with Chattanooga State Community College to assist adult students in the completion of their bachelor’s degree in criminal justice,” said Dr. Grant Willhite, TWU VP of Academic Affairs. “Never has it been more important to provide criminal justice professionals opportunities to further their education and expand their career opportunities.”
The PLCJ program is a fully online degree completion program in criminal justice. It is designed to open doors for advancement for adult students by providing the opportunity to learn administration and leadership skills for many law enforcement professions.
Chattanooga State AAS graduates must meet TWU admissions requirements. For more information, contact our transfer admissions counselor.