This certificate provides students with a concentrated study of community policing, procedural justice and a variety of cultural communities served by law enforcement in the region.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Describe the history, structure, and functions of the main components of the American criminal justice system.
- Produce written communications that meet the standards for transfer and a criminal justice system professional.
- Examine critically contemporary problems and issues within criminal justice.
- Examine bias and cultural competence in the criminal justice system.
|Required Core Courses (6 units)
|Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
|Introduction to Community Policing
|Required Electives (9 units)
|Complete three courses from the following:
|Introduction to LGBT Studies in the Family, Education and Community
|African American Studies
|Chicanx Studies Chicanx Studies
|Critical Asian Pacific Islander American Studies: Filipina/X/O Experience in the United States