College of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Learning Outcomes

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  • Criminal Justice majors critically evaluate theories, policies, and Criminal Justice professionals’ actions based on empirical evidence.
  • Criminal Justice majors communicate and express themselves in a clear and professional manner.
  • Criminal Justice majors demonstrate effective written communication skills.
  • Criminal Justice majors demonstrate knowledge of policing, courts, and corrections and theories of crime and justice.
  • Criminal Justice majors demonstrate an understanding of the diverse and multicultural nature of society.
  • Criminal Justice majors can demonstrate the ethical decision-making processes in Criminal Justice professions and understand the individual, organizational, and societal implications of these decisions.