CJ450 Senior Seminar
Prerequisite: Completion of 90 credits in the Criminal Justice major or permission of Program Director.
This capstone course is a culminating experience for Criminal Justice majors with emphasis on group discussion. Under the direction of faculty, students will be able to integrate and synthesize all coursework in criminal justice and related areas so they will develop a broad conceptual and practical understanding of the careers in the criminal justice field. In addition, this course is designed to ensure that the student has a practical understanding of all critical and current issues in the criminal justice field as they relate to the law, law enforcement agencies, criminal courts, corrections, and juvenile justice. Students will conduct research in an area of interest and produce a final project or paper integrating the knowledge gained through prior coursework.
3 Credit Hours