CJS4100 Crime Prevention Theory
Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: CRIMINAL JUSTICE
The study of crime prevention focuses on developing and evaluating interventions for applications in real-world settings. In addition to exploring basic concepts and theories, offers student the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, implement, evaluate, and sustain effective crime prevention intervention.
How This Course Benefits Students:
In correlation with the School’s mission and vision, lead and equip students for the purpose of preparing leaders to join God’s mission of spiritually transforming people and communities. The goal of the School and Criminal Justice System Community is to embrace the true meaning of Christian citizenship and civic responsibility; students will have the opportunity to master the skillset for thriving in this sector as a leader for Christ. Learning to apply what is taught in the classroom to real life issues will allow the student to help others in the criminal justice field with an unbiased mind and thought process. The goal of the student is to unearth the true meaning of Christian citizenship and civic responsibility through learning with Gods help. As stated in MU’s Mission Statement We desire to join in with God where he is at work — in our homes and communities — so that we may see the spiritual transformation of people and communities.
Why This Course Is Important:
Teach and develop an awareness and provide training materials to help increase awareness and educate on the indicators of crime prevention theories.