This course examines possible criminal justice futures. Issues that police, corrections, and courts are likely to confront in the 21st century and beyond will be researched and discussed, along with established predictive techniques in the field of futures research. This is a capstone course requiring students to apply all they have learned throughout the program to the issues that will define possible criminal justice futures.
Identify the benefits of completing the BSCJA program.
Criminal Justice System Assessment
Explain the concept of justice and the system designed to dispense that justice.
Explain the value of the criminal justice system in a changing society.
Analyze recent trends and issues affecting police operations, court systems, and corrections.
Criminal Justice Organizations Post-9/11
Evaluate how criminal justice organizations have changed since 9/11.
Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the changes to criminal justice organization since 9/11.
Compare 9/11 changes to other events that have affected criminal justice organizations.
Criminal Justice Leadership of the Future
Analyze future decision making in criminal justice organizations.
Assess future organizational structures in criminal justice organizations.
Determine the future effect of politics on criminal justice organizations.
Assess the future of criminal justice leadership.
Criminal Justice Futures Assessment
Analyze future criminal justice technologies.
Assess changes for the future of policing.
Assess changes for the future of the court system.
Assess changes for the future of corrections.
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Transferability of credit is at the discretion of the receiving institution. It is the student’s responsibility to confirm whether or not credits earned at University of Phoenix will be accepted by another institution of the student’s choice.