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- Increasingly, many seniors enter Angelo State having earned 15 or 30 or more college credits while still in high school.
- There are many benefits to taking these ‘dual credit’ courses, one of which is to potentially shorten the time it takes you to earn a four-year or bachelor’s degree from ASU.
- To make sure that you take the correct type of courses, ASU has developed several Exploratory Tracks for you to consider.
- The Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice is part of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Exploratory Track.
- By following its suggestions for courses while in high school, you can possibly shorten the time it takes to receive your bachelor’s degree, thereby saving you time and money.
- For more information please contact: Leticia.Gonzalez@angelo.edu, an academic advisor in the Office of the Dean of the Freshman College.