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    • Core Courses:
      • JUST 6000 Criminal Justice Principles
      • JUST 6001 Seminar in Research Methods and Statistical Interpretation
      • JUST 6201 Seminar in Criminal Behavior
      • JUST 6300 Principles of Criminal Justice Administration and Management
      • JUST 6800 Program Evaluation
      • JUST 6991 Professional Paper


    • Elective Courses:
      • JUST 6006 Seminar Corrections
      • JUST 6012 Seminar in Law Enforcement
      • JUST 6202 Advanced Criminology
      • JUST 6211 Statistics in Criminal Justice
      • JUST 6400 Contemporary Issues in Juvenile Justice
      • JUST 6500 Seminar in Criminal Justice Court
      • JUST 6501 Civil Liability in Criminal Justice
      • JUST 6502 Criminal Justice and Terrorism
      • JUST 6601 Special Topics (may be repeated with departmental approval)
      • JUST 6602 Directed Study in Criminal Justice (may be repeated with departmental approval)
      • JUST 6700 Diversity Issues in Criminal Justice
      • JUST 6990 Field Practicum


    • Certificate in Criminal Justice Education (18 s.h.)

      The 18 s.h. certificate in criminal justice education is open to students interested in community college or vocational teaching in the criminal justice field. It focuses on enhancing the student’s knowledge of contemporary criminal justice issues while preparing the student to effectively deliver instruction.

      Core (9 s.h.)
      • JUST 6000   Criminal Justice Principles
      • JUST 6002   Seminar in Criminal Justice Education
      • JUST 6201   Seminar in Criminal Behavior
      • Electives (9 s.h. of JUST courses)

     

    • Certificate in Security Studies

      Up to 15 s.h. of courses required for the graduate certificate in security studies can be transferred as electives for the Master of Science in criminal justice. See Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Political Science, for certificate requirements http://www.ecu.edu/polsci/sec/gc.html



    • Certificate in Public Management and Leadership

      Up to 15 s.h. of courses required for the graduate certificate in public management and leadership can be transferred as electives for the master of science in criminal justice. See Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Political Science, for certificate requirements http://www.ecu.edu/polsci/mpa/index2.html


 

     
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