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Master of Science—Concentration in Probation, Parole, and Corrections

This program is intended to assist professional probation, parole, and correction officers or those interested in entering these or other community-based positions to address the fundamental client and organizational problems that might confront them.

Core courses (four required, as specified under Degree Requirements)

Specialized area courses (select any four listed below)

CRJ 627

Contemporary Criminology: Scope and Application

CRJ 647

Problems in Contemporary Corrections

CRJ 648

Contemporary Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections

CRJ 603

The Criminal Justice Process: Policy Values, Efficiency and Due Process

CRJ 616

Juvenile Justice and Delinquency: Issues and Responses

CRJ 615

Youth Cultures and Deviance

CRJ 607

Multiculturalism and Diversity in Criminal Justice

CRJ 631

Criminal Jurisprudence

CRJ 620

Evidence-Based Practices in Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health Treatment

CRJ 619

Foundations of Addiction for Criminal Justice Professionals

CRJ 655

Inside/Out: Exploring Crime and Justice Behind Bars

Restorative Justice

CRJ 628

Victimology

CRJ 650

Victim-offender Mediation

CRJ 651

Restorative Justice: Theory

CRJ 652

Restorative Justice: Practice

Electives (two required)

Selected from any Criminal Justice courses