Updated January 9, 2019
Criminal Justice Certificate (21150.CT) Correction
Program Core: (
31 30 units)
31 30 units)
Updated December 13, 2018
Merced College does not evaluate international transcripts until they are evaluated by ERES- Educational Records Evaluation Service - an international transcript evaluation service recommended by Merced College. ERES order forms are available in the Admissions office or online at www.eres.com. Students should indicate on their ERES order that they would like a “Course Listing”. The cost of the ERES evaluation is the responsibility of the student.
The Admissions Office will only consider lower division courses recommended by the ERES service. Course descriptions in the native language, catalog information, or relevant syllabus must be provided by the student for courses that they would like reviewed and submitted to the Admissions Office. Discipline faculty will review and provide a report to the Admissions office when their analysis of coursework is complete. This may take 60-90 days. All evaluated coursework will be scanned to the students record and be available for review and course planning with their counselor.
As international transcripts do not have the California Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID) or general breadth articulation with the CSU/UC, students wishing to use these courses to fulfill an ADT-Associate Degree for Transfer should file a general petition for general breadth exceptions or a course substitution for exceptions to the major core requirements (BP/AP 4227).