cja355 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Defining the Problem and Addressing the Need
- Develop goals and objectives for grant funded programs.
- Organize an implementation plan.
- Describe a problem faced by criminal justice organizations.
- Analyze problem-solving models.
- Evaluate grant application formats.
- Identify required sections of grant applications.
- Develop project titles.
- Identify best practices in grant writing.
- Identify common program budget formats.
- Quantify project budgetary needs.
- Identify line-item categories commonly associated with grants.
- Develop a project budget for grant funding.
Project Submission and Post-Funding
- Determine specific submission guidelines for funding agencies.
- Describe the role of the title page and cover letter.
- Identify types of post-grant reports.
- Evaluate post-program success.
Introduction to Grants
- Describe common grant types.
- Identify possible grant sources.
- Evaluate needs criteria used by funding agencies.
- Connect ideas with possible funding agencies.
- Develop strategies for teamwork.
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