CJE: Criminal Justice

Courses

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CJE 2000. POLICING SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES.

330

Prerequisite: CCJ 1020 min grade of C This course will provide an overview and examination of the function, organization and various methods of policing in the Unites States.

CJE 2003. CAREER CHOICES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE.

110

This course exposes the student to the diversity of requirements, needs, and career opportunities within the criminal justice system and related fields. It covers various job search strategies and the preparation of resumes. Students participate in mock job interviews. This course includes learning activity designed to ensure competence in the basic use of computers.

CJE 2062. PEACE, CONFLICT AND THE POLICE.

330

Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in ENC 1101 In this course, students will learn the meaning of peace and investigate the philosophical and religious theories that underlie peace studies. In addition, students will investigate causes of war and violence from the individual level to international level and evaluate the paradox of the police as instruments of both peace and conflict. Students will investigate the police role in nonviolent movements and learn about occupational and organizational factors that influence police behavior. Students will learn about the history of non-violent movements and the means used to end conflict or injustice peaceably. Finally, students will be expected to devise an alternative framework for the police that emphasize peacekeeping strategies rather than coercive means.

CJE 2140. INTRODUCTION TO SECURITY.

330

This course will explore various aspects of security, including, but not limited to, community, retail, corporate, business and industrial problems and concerns. In addition, governmental and legal aspects of security will be examined.

CJE 2160. MULTICULTURAL LAW ENFORCEMENT.

330

This course examines various strategies for peace keeping by law enforcement in today's diverse multicultural society. It is designed to assist students in understanding the pervasive influences of culture, race, and ethnicity in the workplace and in the communities that law enforcement serves.

CJE 2600. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION.

330

Recording crime scene, collecting and preserving evidence. Familiarize students with police crime laboratory and interview and interrogation theories.