Jan 22, 2021
LAJ 700 - Master’s Thesis, Project, Study, or Portfolio
Designed to credit and record supervised study for the master’s thesis, non-thesis project, studio project, public recital, and/or examination. May be repeated for credit. Permission by instructor. Grade will either be S or U. Course will not have an established scheduling pattern.
Prerequisite: admission to the master of science program in law and justice or instructor permission.
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
- Students will develop an in-depth knowledge of a specific area of law, police, courts, or corrections.
- Students will develop communication skills, including writing and/or speech.
- Students will utilize criminological or criminal justice theory in the creation or defense of positions they take in their work.
- Students will produce their own research product.
- Students will develop an ability to synthesize complex material relating to criminal justice and criminology.
Approved Fall 2017
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