The Criminology and Criminal Justice Department fosters critical thinking, communication, diverse perspectives, and ethical practices relating to crime and justice issues at local, national, and global levels.
|Knowledge Outcome #1||
Students will be able to explain how constitutional limitations, cultural norms and values,
|Knowledge Outcome #2||Students will be able to identify and compare different criminal justice systems and
|Knowledge Outcome #3||Students will differentiate between biological, sociological, cultural, and psychological
motivations for committing crimes and be able to explain how these motivations differ
in their impact upon the individual and society.
|Skill Outcome #1||Students will be able to communicate effectively using writing, speech, active listening,
and/or group work.
|Skill Outcome #2||Students will think abstractly by selecting information (or a situation), identifying a pattern,
and comparing it with other information (or situations).
|Skill Outcome #3||Students will be able to access and use information resources effectively and ethically.|
|Dispositional Outcome #1||Students will demonstrate belief in or commitment to the importance of a deep,
current and broad-based knowledge of the criminal justice system.
|Dispositional Outcome #2||Students will demonstrate an understanding of ethical practices in the workplace.|
|Dispositional Outcome #3||Students will engage in civic activities in their communities.|