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  • Probation/Parole Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10504146

    Explore the function, duties, and role of probation and parole. Learn the types of offenses, sentencing process, presentence investigation, revocation procedures, transitioning, and alternatives to incarceration. Identify and implement classification and assessment tools proved to be effective in evidence based practice.

    Online

    Spring 2021

  • Introduction to Criminal Law Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10504164

    Identify basic concepts of criminal law. Students will explore the elements of various crimes against persons, property and crimes involving drugs, alcohol, or other criminal activity. Understand the diverse sentence structures in the criminal justice system.

    Offered Collegewide

    Spring 2021

  • Communication Strategies Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10504165

    Students will learn about the communication process and techniques used to make them effective, professional communicators. Verbal and nonverbal communication strategies will be incorporated for a variety of situations and populations. Professional communication skills, including Motivational Interviewing (MI), interviewing, and interrogation techniques will be emphasized.

    Offered Collegewide

    Spring 2021

  • Policing Strategies Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10504167

    Students will learn various policing strategies. Emphasis will be placed on community policing philosophies and problem solving using community resources. Understand how to identify and develop partnerships in the community to promote positive community relationships.

    Offered Collegewide

    Spring 2021

  • Wellness Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #10504168

    Understand how to maintain a healthy lifestyle, including stress management and relaxation, weight control, effective sleep, minimization of alcohol and tobacco use, financial stability, and spirituality. Recognize factors contributing to suicide within the criminal justice profession.

    Offered Collegewide

    Spring 2021

  • Traffic Law Enforcement Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10504177

    Gain basic knowledge of Wisconsin traffic laws. General skills of detecting traffic violations, issuing traffic citations, directing traffic and crash investigation will be gained. Identify responsibilities of a first responding officer, how to manage the response to a scene, and take necessary steps to enable effective follow-up as needed.

    Offered Collegewide

    Spring 2021

  • Criminal Justice Report Writing Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10504181

    Learn basic requirements, guidelines, and skills for proper and professional written documentation of activities in a criminal justice setting. The student will explain the context of report writing, take effective field notes, organize information in reports, write narratives, and describe what information should/should not be included in certain types of reports.

    Offered Collegewide

    Spring 2021

  • Criminal Justice Capstone Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #10504183

    This course is the capstone work-based experience for the Criminal Justice Studies program. It is designed to encourage students to think critically and solve challenging problems. Students will design, develop, and perform a project either in an actual work experience or a simulated project. The project will be designed to utilize skills typical of a graduate in the field. Instructor approval is required prior to enrolling in this course. PREREQUISITE: 32 credits of 10504xxx or 10520xxx coursework must be completed.

    Offered Collegewide

    Spring 2021

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