Law Enforcement’s Role in Society and Social Change Micro-credential
The micro-credential in law enforcement’s role in society and social change provides an overarching view of the criminal justice system and how to deal with criminal and policing issues as a society. The micro-credential will heighten your understanding of the criminal justice system, the underlying theory behind crime in society, and the constitutional rights of individuals, and it will provide an ethical approach to administering criminal justice, including reforms that address how law enforcement can continually be adjusted to meet the needs of a changing society.
This micro-credential is part of the personalization series. For more information about personalization series micro-credentials, see the Micro-credential Series section of the Additional Offerings page and the Micro-credential Bulletin.
The 🌐 icon appears in the title of traditional courses that are also available as a set of module courses. Module course availability may be limited to certain academic calendars. See Course Types for information about module courses.
|CJ101||🌐 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System||5|
|CJ102||🌐 Criminology I||5|
|CJ227||🌐 Criminal Procedure||5|
|CJ340||🌐 Applied Criminal Justice Ethics||6|
|CJ346||🌐 Diversity and Inclusivity in Public Safety||6|
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