ajs503 | Graduate
Intro To Graduate Study In Criminal Justice And Security
This graduate-level course is 3 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Graduate and University Learning Goals
- Describe the formal university learning goals.
- Analyze professional and lay sources for validity. (weblinks page research/citation assignment)
- Apply format consistent with American Psychological Association (APA) guidelines.
- Identify governing document (Constitution) of the US and application to the CJ/Security fields.
- Integrate professional sources into written and oral work.
Team and Personal Dynamics and Communication
- Develop skills for time and stress management at the graduate level.
- Develop written and oral work at graduate-level depth.
- Develop strategies for conflict resolution.
- Describe effective ways of communicating with other students and faculty.
Criminal Justice and Security Collaboration
- Describe the components of the criminal justice system and the criminal justice process.
- Describe the relationship between security (private and proactive) and criminal justice (public and reactive).
- Identify current uses of technology in security and criminal justice.
- Identify collaborative skills needed to work in the field of criminal justice and/or security.
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