CJT-2900 - Capstone Seminar in Crim Just

This capstone course is the culmination of the criminal justic students' academic experience. It serves to synthesize the knowledge gained from courses taken within the criminal justice curriculum and better prepare the graduate to continue on to upper-level studies in the discripline, or for entry-level career positions in the criminal justice field. Among other requirements, the student will develop and prepare an individual research project that will be presented to the class, as well as an external audience. The course also includes a comprehensive final examination based on the program's learning outcomes. CAPSTONE COURSE: In addition to completing prerequisite courses, students must also have completed a minimum of 45 credits and all required CJT courses before enrolling in this course. A minimum GPA of 2.00 is also required.
Academic Level
Undergraduate Level
Criminal Justice Technology
Public Safety and Law
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