University of Central Oklahoma Spring 2012 Undergraduate Course Syllabus. "Transforming Academic Excellence into Professional Competence"

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1 University of Central Oklahoma Spring 2012 Undergraduate Course Syllabus "Transforming Academic Excellence into Professional Competence" Course Information Course Title: Careers and Technologies in Criminal Justice Course Number: CJ 2413 CRN: Room: 106 Center for Transformational Learning Meeting Times: 9: 30 10:40 5 AM on Tuesdays and Thursdays Semester/Year: Spring 2012 Department: School of Criminal Justice Instructor Contact Information Instructors Name: Dr. DeWade Langley Office Telephone Number: Office Location: Room 207, Liberal Arts UCO E Mail Address: Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 4:00 p.m. and Wednesday 9:00 10:00 a.m. Instructor Biography: Dr. Langley holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Law Enforcement, a Masters in Natural and Applied Science, and a Doctorate in Education. He has an extensive background in the field of criminal justice, having served in a law enforcement capacity at the municipal, county, and state level for nearly forty years. The last 15 years of his Law Enforcement career were spent as Director of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. He is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute Administrative Officers Course, the Southwest School of Polygraph, and served over 35 years in the Army Reserve and National Guard programs. He has lectured abroad in both Albania and China on leadership and law enforcement topics and is currently the Director of the School of Criminal Justice at UCO.

2 Course Description: Catalog Description: Careers and technologies in criminal justice is designed to introduce students to the many career paths that exist in criminal justice and the common skill sets needed for communication, problem solving, and leadership abilities that are required by various agencies. Students will also explore the history of technologies used by CJ, as well as current and future trends. Prerequisites: English 1113 Objectives: Students will write a professional resume Students will be able to articulate entry level requirements for criminal justice positions they are seeking Students will be capable of scoring well on oral interviews Students will be familiar with current technologies used in the field of criminal Justice as well as future trends in technolog Transformational Learning Objectives: The careers and technology course most closely aligns with the discipline knowledge element of the Central six. The course is designed to expose students to careers and technology currently found in the field. Students will learn firsthand from those working in law enforcement, corrections, juvenile justice and the courts the challenges being faced with in those disciplines, and the solutions being applied. Students will learn problem solving skills and apply critical and creative thinking to develop possible solutions to real world problems. Required texts: Careers in Criminal Justice and Related Fields: From Internship to Promotion. By J. Scott Harr and Karen M. Hess, Sixth Edition, ISBN # 13: Course Outline, Grading and Participation Requirements: Class Rules: Talking or otherwise disturbing the class during lectures will not be tolerated and may result in point deductions from your final point totals. You must leave all cell phones and like devices put away during class, not on your desk, and insure they are in the silent mode. Texting, and reading outside materials during class is not permitted and may result in a 5 point deduction from your final point totals per violation. Just don t do it!

3 Tentative Test Dates and Assignment Due Dates: There will be two examinations in the course, the Mid Term will be given on March 1, and will consist of a variety of question types including essay. Your will be responsible for all assigned materials and lectures up to the March 1. The final examination will be conducted on Tuesday, May 1st at 9:00 to 10:50 AM and will also consist of various question types including essay. The final will cover all materials from the midterm forward. Each test will be worth toward your final grade. To insure reading comprehension there will be a number of quizzes at various points during the semester. These quizzes will total toward your final grade. You will write an essay concerning your dream job with an attached cover letter and resume. The essay and accompanying documents will be a graded according to a rubric provided in the course materials folder and will account for a possible 75 points on your final grade. I will not accept late papers. Failure to turn in your essay with all attachments on time will result in a zero for the assignment. You will be required to make an oral presentation of your essay that will also be graded according to a rubric provided in the course material folder. The oral presentation is worth a possible 25 points toward your final grade. Turnitin.com Plagiarism Statement: UCO subscribes to the Turnitin.com plagiarism prevention service. Students agree that by taking this course, all required assignments may be subject to submission for textual similarity review to Turnitin.com for the detection of plagiarism. All submitted assignments will be included as source documents in the Turnitin.com restricted access reference database for the purpose of detecting plagiarism for such assignments. Use of the Turnitin.com service is subject to the Terms and Conditions of Use posted on the Turnitin.com website. Turnitin.com is just one of various plagiarism prevention tools and methods which may be utilized by your faculty instructor during the terms of the semesters. In the UCO Student Handbook, there is a process for contesting any plagiarism allegations against you. Class Participation: This course requires discussion and class participation. You are expected to come to class prepared to discuss any and all reading assignments and contribute to the learning process. Class participation points will be given at the discretion of the instructor and will be based on attendance, participation in discussion, and completion of short writing assignments. The maximum class participation points for the course are 100. Failure to attend class will result in a loss of points. Makeup and Extra Credit Assignments: There will be no make ups or extra credit assignments. UCO Polices: Please take a moment to read the UCO policies that can be accessed at the following URL. affairs/files/aaforms/faculty/studentinfosheet.pdf

4 Grading Scale: % A 80 89% B 70 79% C 60 69% D Below 60% F Percentages will be based on the total points possible as follows: Midterm Final Exam Quizzes Essay Oral Presentation Class Participation 75 Points 25 Points Total Possible points 500 Points

5 Tentative Course Outline January 10. Class orientation, Syllabus Review, Initial writing Assignment January 12. Chapter 1 in Careers in Criminal Justice January 17.. Guest Lecture Edmond Police Department January 19.. Chapter 2 in Careers in Criminal Justice January 24.. Chapter 3 in Careers in Criminal Justice January 26..Guest Lecture OSBI Forensics January 31 Guest Lecture Corrections February 2 Chapter 4 in Careers in Criminal Justice February 7 Guest Lecture Private Security February 9. Chapter 5 in Careers in Criminal Justice February 14.. Chapter 6 in Careers in Criminal Justice February 16 Guest Lecture Homeland Security February 21 Chapter 7 in Careers in Criminal Justice February 23.Guest Lecture Polygraph Examiner February 28.Chapter 8 discussion & Mid term Review March 1 Mid term March 6.Chapter 9 in Careers in Criminal Justice March 8..Chapter 10 in Careers in Criminal Justice March 13 Chapter 11 in Careers in Criminal Justice March 15.Chapter 12 in Careers in Criminal Justice

6 March 20..Spring Break March 22. Spring Break March 27 ESSAY DUE Chapter 13 in Careers in Criminal Justice All students should be prepared to give oral presentations as time permits from this point forward! March 29.Guest Lecture OSBI (Investigative) April 3.Chapter 14 in Careers in Criminal Justice April 5..Chapter 15 in Careers in Criminal Justice April 10 Chapter 16 in Careers in Criminal Justice April 12.Guest Lecture Dist. Attorney s Council April 17.. Chapter 17 in Careers in Criminal Justice April 19..Guest Lecture Oklahoma Fusion Center April 24 Oral Presentations April 26 Oral Presentations & Final Review May 1 Final Examination 9:00 to 10:50 AM

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