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2022-2023 Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Forensic Anthropology Minor, Criminal Justice Majors


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Professors: Vivian Aseye Djokotoe, Misty Weitzel
Associate professors: Miyuki Arimoto
Assistant professor: Omar Melchor Ayala, Mari Sakiyama, Taryn VanderPyl
Coordinator:  Misty Weitzel

Mission

Provide students with a high-quality liberal arts education in the interdisciplinary field of criminal justice. Maintain a network of local, state, federal and academic institutions through outreach and research. Criminal Justice majors are prepared to engage in civic endeavors and to assume field positions in criminal justice and social service agencies or enter graduate programs.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Explain and analyze the role of each component of the criminal justice field and how they relate to each other.
  2. Analyze and articulate the multitude of issues, theories, policies, practices and current challenges related to the ethical administration of justice in a free society.
  3. Apply basic theories and practices in real world contexts.

Total Credits: 24


Satisfactory Grade Use


Program requirements are not fulfilled with a grade of S.
Do not select Satisfactory/No Credit grading for any courses that will be used in the program.

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