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CRJU 4440 Administration of Criminal Justice

This course discusses the nature and scope of major challenges administrators face in law enforcement, the court system, and correctional institutions. Students will examine and evaluate the various organizational frameworks and administrative patterns in the criminal justice system. Differences between public and private sector administration; organizational and administrative principles and practices; financial administration; role of technology; labor relations, and administrative models associated with traditional and contemporary criminal justice agencies will also be discussed and assessed. 


3 credits

Lecture Hours

3 hours


CRJU 1100, CRJU 2316, CRJU 2317, and CRJU 2318