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CJS 490 Criminal Justice Capstone Research

Using both a theoretical and practical framework, this experience is designed to help students integrate and synthesize their undergraduate experiences. An applied project demonstrates discipline mastery of a subject and serves as a vehicle for future work and study in the criminal justice field. Note: This course should be taken the semester the student graduates.

Prerequisites

Special information

Prerequisites: Either CJS 201 Foundations in Criminal Justice OR CJS 200 Literature in Criminal Justice AND CJS 301 Research Methods in Criminal Justice. Co-Requisites: CJS 320 Criminology and Public Policy AND CJS 360 Diversity in Criminal Justice AND CJS 375 Ethics and Professionalism in Criminal Justice. Note: This course should be taken the semester the student graduates.
4 Undergraduate credits

Effective August 17, 2017 to present

Learning outcomes

General

  • Apply the basic concepts of Research Methods to solving criminal justice problems.
  • Demonstrate the synthesis of theory with practice.
  • Demonstrate written and oral communication skills.
  • Evaluate the relationship between academic knowledge and the practical application of that knowledge to the field.
  • Formulate a solution to a criminal justice problem that demonstrates mastery of the Criminal Justice discipline.

Spring 2021

Section Title Instructor
50 Criminal Justice Capstone Research Johnson, Andrew R Books Course details
51 Criminal Justice Capstone Research Hilal, Susan M Books Course details
52 Criminal Justice Capstone Research Hilal, Susan M Books Course details

Summer 2021

Section Title Instructor
50 Criminal Justice Capstone Research Hilal, Susan M Books Course details

Fall 2021

Section Title Instructor
01 Criminal Justice Capstone Research Blair, Lesli D Books Course details
50 Criminal Justice Capstone Research Hilal, Susan M Books Course details