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Designed as a comprehensive synthesis of the knowledge and skills learned in the curriculum, this capstone experience will engage students in the process of identifying and analyzing real-life issues facing criminal justice agencies, as well as techniques for developing and proposing solutions to constituents. The final project will culminate into a formal evaluation of a contemporary crime program or policy, complete with concerns and recommendations for future implementation. The strengthening of skills pertaining to critical thinking, effective written and communication, teamwork, embracing alternative viewpoints, and presentation delivery will be emphasized.

Credits: 3


  • CJL 200  (with a min grade of )
  • AND   CJL 305  (with a min grade of )
  • AND   ENG 102  (with a min grade of C-)

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