Criminal Justice Internet
- CJ 433 Law Enforcement Intelligence Operations (3 credits)
Law enforcement intelligence as an analytic tool for case development
and resource allocation. Historical, ethical, legal and operational
issues affecting current practice.
CJ 439 Homeland Security (3)
Broad overview and assessment of the contemporary homeland security
CJ 801 Crime Causation, Prevention and Control (3)
Theories of crime causation. Translation of theory to policy.
CJ 809 Issues in Criminal Justice (3)
Special issues in criminal justice research and management. Please
check MSU's Schedule of Courses
to determine which sections are offered in a given semester.
CJ 810 Proseminar in Criminal Justice (3)
Survey of classical and recent literature in criminal justice. Trends
and issues that transcend the components of the criminal justice system.
CJ 811 Design and Analysis in Criminal Justice Research (3)
Scientific methods in criminal justice research. Design data collection
and analysis, interpretation of findings and ethical concerns. Computer
use in data analysis. Prerequisite to CJ 887.
CJ 812 Criminal Justice Management Seminar (3)
Organization theory and behavior for the criminal justice
agency. Organization and policy planning budgeting, forecasting, human
resource management and project implementation.
CJ 822 Comparative Criminal Justice(3)
Globalization, crime causation, measurement, and control
in comparative and cross-national contexts. Nature of policing, courts,
and corrections in select countries.
CJ 823 Globalization of Crime (3)
International crimes and organized crime. Trafficking in
women, children, and body parts. Related problems such as firearm
violence, money laundering, and corruption that transcend national
CJ 829 National and Global Trends in Court Planning (3)
Emerging judicial trends. Stakeholder expectations. Impact
on judicial branch planning. Regional, national, and global trends
that frame strategic issues, planning, actions, and leadership.
CJ 837 Counterterrorism and Intelligence (3)
Integrates knowledge about intelligence and terrorism and
examines what strategies—both tactical and strategic—can be used to
counter the different types of terrorism. Examination of the nexus
between terrorism and organized crime, challenges of counterterrorism
initiatives and threat assessment.
CJ 838 Terrorism (3)
Overview of terrorism, both domestic and
international. Examination of the causes and motives that drive terrorists,
their methods of operation, and the impact of terrorism on the United
States and other countries.
CJ 839 Analytical Thinking and Intelligence (3)
Analytic processes, tools, applications and contemporary issues as
applied to the intelligence function.
CJ 845 Environmental Risk Perception and Decision Making (3)
Theoretical underpinnings of individual decision-making and
risk perception processes. Case studies of the interplay of risk perception
and decision-making in an environmental and or criminological context.
CJ 846 Corporate Environmental Crime and Risk (3)
Theoretical accounts and multiple interventions relevant to corporate
environmental crime and risk. Use of “Smart Regulation” principles
to design interventions to match specific problems.
CJ 847 Global Risks, Conservation, and Criminology (3)
Theories, actors, characteristics and legal instruments associated
with risk, conservation, and criminology related to globalization.
Current case studies in criminological conservation.
CJ 885 Security Management (3)
Organization and management of security operations in business, industry
CJ 886 Security Administration (3)
Administrative and quantitative techniques for security operations.
Statistical analysis. Analysis of financial statements. Operations
research and computer techniques.
CJ 887 Quantitative Methods in Criminal Justice Research (3)
Descriptive and inferential statistics and computer use in criminal
CJ 890 Independent Study (1-3)
Individual research and writing under faculty supervision.
CJ 894 Practicum (1-6)
Observation, study and work in selected criminal justice agencies.
Participation in domestic and foreign criminal justice systems.
CJ 896 Policy Analysis Under Conditions of Change (3)
Methods of policy analysis in criminal justice settings. Policy analysis
for the formulation, adoption and implementation of change.
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