John Johnsen
Acting Provost

(315) 792-3122

Criminal Justice

A student who graduates from the program will be able to demonstrate the following orally and/or in writing:
Identify the main stages of the criminal justice process and the agencies responsible for administering justice
List and discuss at least five main schools of criminological theory related to crime causation and control
Complete a major public policy problem paper to demonstrate critical thinking and information application related to the discipline
Present specific examples on how technology is applied to to criminal justice operations
Prepare and execute a research project using the basic tenets of research design
Use the case study method to show how ethical issues impact decision making 
Use the case study method to show how diversity relates to criminal justice operations and policy in a global environment
Apply statutory and case law to legal problems that occur in the field