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The University Center at Triton College
Governors State University

You can earn a bachelor's or master's degree from Governors State University at Triton College

Governors State University (GSU) has offered academic programs at Triton College through the University Center partnership since 2008. These programs include the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Social Work, and the Bachelor of Arts in Communications.

Students from surrounding community colleges, as well as Triton College students, can enroll in the GSU bachelor's degree programs offered at Triton College once they complete their associate degree or have earned at least 60 semester credit hours from a regionally-accredited institution of higher education.

GSU is a public university offering quality undergraduate and graduate programs at the most afforable tuition of any university in the Chicago area. GSU programs are transfer-friendly and allow students to transfer their entire associate degree to the university. GSU is a student-centered university with an average class size of 14 and where faculty and staff are committed to empowering students and helping them achieve their professional goals.

More information on offered programs:

 
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
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Program is an on-going open cohort and classes are offered at Triton each term (fall, spring and summer). Selections of online courses are also available.
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Program is well-rounded with a dual focus on theory and practice to prepare for work in the field and graduate school.
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A student-centered program - faculty with real-world experience offering one-on-one assistance.
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Career orientated degree program that provides in demand skills: including law enforcement, public policy, research, government, legal work and politics.

Learn more at www.govst.edu/cas/cjus

Christina Sintic, CJUS BA Program Coordinator
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone: (708) 235-7538
Email: csintic@govst.edu

For more information, contact Nancy Kaczmarczyk at (708) 235-3983.

Bachelor of Social Work
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Program is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
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Students come to campus only once a week. Classes begin at 4:30 p.m.
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The BSW program offered at Triton College is part-time, taking four years to complete. Students can take additional courses at the main campus in University Park to be considered full-time.
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Students in the program complete a 400-hour practicum experience the final year of the program.

For more information, contact Julie Anderson at (708) 534-4086.

Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts in Communication program are prepared for careers in advertising, public relations,  customer service, sales, media, management, not-for-profit, and government with the knowledge and skills to bring people together and get the message out.

Program Information: www.govst.edu/cas

For more information, contact Nancy Kaczmarczyk at (708) 235-3983.

Master of Arts in Criminal Justice - Starting Spring Term 2015
The Criminal Justice Master’s program epitomizes Governors State University’s mission to promote social and ethical responsibility in our community through real-world applications of problem-solving and leadership.

The program provides you with the tools to apply innovative techniques, current research and community collaboration for justice system assessment and improvement.
Application deadline – October 15, 2014.

For more information, contact Nancy Kaczmarczyk at (708) 235-3983.

For more information, contact Nancy Kaczmarczyk at (708) 235-3983, Julie Anderson at (708) 534-4086
or Agne Juskaite, Dual Degree Program Transfer Specialist at (708) 235-7534
Agne's Fall/Spring Office Hours: Wednesdays, 9 a.m. -5 p.m. in Room B-113E

Learn more about any of these programs at www.govst.edu.