Students can complete a bachelor’s degree in administration of justice from the University of Pittsburgh by taking classes exclusively on the Butler County Community College campus and online...while still enjoying the privileges and benefits available to all University of Pittsburgh students.
If you have questions, please contact Director of Recruitment and Enrollment, Kaitlin Yacob at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-624-6600 to schedule a preadmissions counseling appointment. On BC3 campus today? Stop by BC3's University Partnership Center and pick up more information about the program.
NOTE: Kaitlin will be on BC3 campus tabling in the Humanties Building and speaking in Criminology courses on Monday, April 10, 2017. Stop by and say, Hi!
We understand the unique needs of our students—many of whom are transferring credits from other institutions or returning to school after a break—and we work closely with them to create a personalized plan for success. Students who have taken courses in the Butler County Community College Criminology program may transfer as many as 60 credits toward the administration of justice bachelor's degree, making it possible to complete the degree in as little as two additional years.
Find out more about how easy it is to transfer your credits to CGS.
For those students wishing to continue their education beyond CGS, all credits earned are equivalent to those offered at our Pittsburgh campus, and can be transferred to any other college that accepts CGS credits.
To see current class listings, please visit our course descriptions Web site. Under the College of General Studies drop down box select “Extended Education - Butler.”
Butler County Community College
107 College Drive
Butler, PA 16002
For directions and a Butler campus map, please visit the college Web site.