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Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 (old site)

CatalogCollege of Arts and SciencesCRJCLearning Outcomes

Criminal Justice Learning Outcomes

  • Critical thinking - Use and analyze evidence to guide problem analysis, problem solving, and decision making.
  • Communications skills - Express and interpret thoughts, ideas, and knowledge in a clear and coherent manner in both written and oral form.
  • Technology and computing skills - Demonstrate ability to use Microsoft Word and to utilize library resources and online writing tools (ex. and SmartThinking) to research a criminal justice issue.
  • Quantitative reasoning - Compute statistical analyses of data and/or demonstrate ability to interpret meaning of analyses.
  • Ethical decision making - Apply analytical skills to criminal justice problems and identify the ethical implications within such problems along with potential solutions.
  • Understanding diversity - Identify and discuss the differential effects and treatment of people by and/or within the criminal justice system based on racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, sex, gender, and age characteristics.

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