CJS6500 Criminological Theory for Policy and Leadership

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Prof. Tari Colon Course Description: This course will explore the nature, causes, and treatment of criminal behavior through the classical and contemporary criminological theories. The biological, social, psychological, and environmental criminological… Read More

CJS6410 Crime Scene Management

Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: INVESTIGATIONS Course Description: This course provides an analytical framework to evaluate policies and procedures within the investigative arena; in addition, students will be exposed to innovative measures of technology and… Read More

CJS6400 Courtroom Documentation

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Johnston Course Description: This course provides an analytical framework to evaluate the various that contest with judiciary proceedings and court-related measures that directly manipulate state and federal court systems. Students will… Read More

CJS6340 Leading a Correctional Ministry

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Prof. Karl Taylor Course Description: Learner will be addressing the ministerial factors that chaplains must address on a daily bases. How chaplains are to facilitate the different kinds of ministries even… Read More

CJS6103 Crime Scene Investigation

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: INVESTIGATIONS Course Description: This course provides an analytical framework to evaluate evidence; students will have the opportunity to manipulate strategies that could be employed within the investigative arena while also addressing… Read More

CJS6100 Criminal Justice Program/Policy Evaluation & Analysis

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Prof. Tari Colon Course Description: This course will explore program and policy analysis techniques related to the philosophical and practical administration of criminal justice. The course will explore how policy in… Read More

CJS6000 Forensic Technology

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Johnston Course Description: This course provides an analytical framework to evaluate the operations of information technology within the realm of policing. Students will have the opportunity to participate in the analytical… Read More

CJS5570 White Collar & Organized Crime

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: INVESTIGATIONS Course Description: Focuses on crimes in the educational system, crimes in the economic and technological systems, corporate crime, environmental crime, and others. The course focuses on detailed, comprehensive analysis of… Read More

CJS5560 Criminal Evidence and Procedures

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: INVESTIGATIONS Course Description: The focus is on the principles relating to the impact of the Constitution of the United States on the admissibility of evidence (i.e. search and seizure, admissions and… Read More

CJS5530 Interviewing and Interrogation

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: INVESTIGATIONS Course Description: Focuses on successful interrogation in an interview when the subject is willing to yield details freely and honestly. The interrogator/interviewer must understand the subject’s motivation, the basics of… Read More