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Mission Statement Program Learning Outcomes

The Criminal Justice Mission Statement:

     To prepare students for roles as knowledgeable citizens and responsible criminal justice professionals in a global society.

Criminal Justice PLO’s revised 9-14
  1. Knowledge
Students will describe, analyze and evaluate the components of the Criminal Justice system and their responsibilities. Components include policing, courts, and corrections.
  1. Critical Thinking
Students will comprehend, apply and synthesize critical thinking through interpretation of information, analyzing decisions, and evaluating facts, data, theories and terms. 
  1. Communication
Students will comprehend, apply and synthesize the ability to communicate using writing, speaking, listening, and understanding.
  1. Diversity
Students will describe, analyze and synthesize the multiple perspectives of diversity including age, race, gender, ethnicity, nationality, and sexual orientation.
  1. Professional Integrity
 
Students will describe, analyze and evaluate the ethical standards of the components of the Criminal Justice field. Components include policing, courts and corrections.
 
Criminal Justice Administration Program Learning Outcomes Revised
 
  1. Knowledge
Students will describe, demonstrate and apply theories of leadership and administration in the criminal justice system, particularly in the law enforcement field.  
  1. Critical Thinking
Students will comprehend, apply and synthesize quantitative and/or qualitative research skills with proper data analysis, interpretation of information, analyze and evaluating facts, data, theories and terms.
  1. Communication
Students will comprehend, apply and synthesize the ability to communicate using writing, speaking, listening and understanding.
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