Conservation Law

The programmatic outcomes for the B.S. Conservation Law are:

1. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the following concepts: Theories of Criminal Behavior; The Law; Law Enforcement; Corrections; The Court System; Critical Thinking; Research Methodology and Statistics.

2. Graduating CJ majors will demonstrate excellent or outstanding understanding of the key concepts of Criminal Justice, Administration of Justice, Law Enforcement, Law Adjudication, Corrections, Criminological Theory, Research and Analytical Methods.

3. Students will apply ethical decision making skills and integrity in an ever-changing, global environment

4. Students will produce and present effective oral and written forms of communication appropriate to the profession

5. Students will analyze diversity issues in the criminal justice field

6. Students will evaluate the legal and social impacts of criminal law in our changing society

7. Students will apply critical problem solving and professional skills in an experiential learning environment