Offered at: Appleton, Beloit, Green Bay, Kenosha, Madison, Mequon, Midtown Center, Miller Park Way, Online, Waukesha
Major: Management of Criminal Justice
The Management of Criminal Justice program provides professional growth and knowledge by affording the student the opportunity to analyze critical legal, operational, and managerial issues in the criminal justice field. The curriculum is designed to develop highly-skilled individuals by providing a practical and applied course of instruction in the areas of law and management, as well as current issues impacting the field.
Student learning outcomes of the Management of Criminal Justice program include:
- Show knowledge of public sector management techniques within the criminal justice system;
- Show knowledge of the dynamics and development of constitutional, criminal, and administrative law, as it pertains to the management and operations of criminal justice activities, at all levels of government; federal, state and municipal;
- Show the ability to recognize the value and importance of ethics and how ethics applies to criminal justice professionals;
- Be able to identify and evaluate the theories for the causes of crime and public policies that assist in the prevention of crime;
- Demonstrate an appreciation of the use of statistics in criminal justice decision making and research;
- Describe the role and functions of law enforcement, corrections and the courts in a modern democratic society;
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in writing.
|Core Courses Required for Major 1||15|
Courses are list in both the Core and Major content areas, but are only counted once for degree.
For transfer students, please see the Advanced Transfer Core.
|AL 107||Student Success Strategies||3|
|AL 310||Constitutional Law 2||3|
|AL 204||College Writing 2||3|
|AL 312||Procedural Criminal Law||3|
|AL 314||Criminal Justice Liability Law||3|
|AL 316||Administrative Law||3|
|AL 245||Criminal Justice Research Meth||3|
|AL 169||Business Statistics||3|
|AL 322||Criminology 2||3|
|AL 357||Juvenile Justice Theory||3|
|AL 318||Management of Law Enforcement||3|
|AL 320||Public Finance and Budgeting||3|
|AL 328||Corrections in America||3|
|AL 153||Forensic Investigation 2||3|
|AL 159||Heritage of Faith 2||3|
|AL 329||Ethics in Criminal Justice||3|
Starred courses fulfill core requirements inside the major.