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The Criminal Justice Management certificate area coursework is designed to give learners a depth of understanding concerning the management and administrative skills necessary to effectively run organizations in the various domains of criminal justice system. The courses included in this degree concentration focus primarily on the management and administration skill sets associated with the police, the courts, and with corrections. The theories and principles behind criminal justice are also examined. Students learn about policies, procedures associated with management functions, as well as many administrative practices and factors impacting criminal justice agency operations. This will not only give you the insight into what these specific departments are and what they do, but how to maintain and evaluate organizational operations from an administrative viewpoint. The certificate does not lead to certification; however the coursework alignment provides an emphasis of academic content that upon mastery is a source of in depth knowledge and skills for effectively managing criminal justice organizations.
The requires a minimum of credits, which may come from a combination of required and elective courses.
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