JUS 414 - Juvenile Justice In The United States
The need for the course was determined by seeking feedback from the local law enforcement agencies in the valley, the military, the community colleges throughout the state, area coordinators, and prospective students. These stakeholders advised the Justice Studies working group that criminal justice organizations are looking for employees with specific skills: leadership, ethics, communications, cultural diversity, an understanding of the court system and laws, research methods, a knowledge of justice theories, and laws governing juvenile offenders. Letter grade only.
Junior Status or higher