Criminal Justice - Credit by Examination - DANTES
Earn three college semester hours credit in "Criminal Justice" by passing
DANTES examination SF-498 or SG-498 with a recommended minimum score of 59% using
this study guide:
- Begin your study by downloading the official
for this exam. (If Thompson Prometric has moved these (again) try here..
- Assess your current readiness for the exam by reviewing the Content section and
answering the sample questions.
- Obtain materials to improve your skills in areas where you need additional
study from among the following:
- When you are ready, schedule an examination:
- Active duty (U.S.) military personnel contact your command DANTES office.
- National Guard and Reserve personnel may also be eligible for assistance.
- Others contact the College or University administering the test.
(Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Educational Support) offers
credit by examination via a group of standardized tests developed for
the voluntary education programs of the U.S. Armed Forces which have now
been made available for civilian use. The civilian tests are administered
by the Chauncey Group International
, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Educational Testing Service.
Link to these related articles :
The bibliography below is based on the suggested preparation readings for
the DANTES tests. It has been updated from the original recommendations with respect to
current editions and changes of publisher so far as is practicable.
- Allen, Harry E., and Clifford E. Simonsen.
Corrections in America, An Introduction. 10th ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ:
Prentice Hall, 2003.
- * Anderson, Patrick R. and Newman, Donald J.Introduction to Criminal Justice 6th ed. McGraw Hill, 1998.
- Clear, Todd R., and George F. Cole.
American Corrections. 6th ed. Belmont, CA :Wadsworth, 2002.
- Cole, George F. and Christopher Smith.
Criminal Justice in America. 4th ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 2004.
- Inciardi, James A. Criminal Justice with Annual Editions. 7th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003.
- Anderson, Patrick R. and Newman, Donald J.
Introduction to Criminal Justice. 6th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1997.
- Senna, Joseph J., and Larry J. Siegel.
Introduction to Criminal Justice. 10th ed. St. Paul, MN: West/Wadsworth, 2004.