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1 College of Arts & Sciences Criminal Justice Major

2 Program Overview The undergraduate degree program in criminal justice requires 36 semester hours of criminal justice courses. There are 24 semester hours of required courses and a minimum of 12 hours in criminal justice electives. Furthermore, students may take a specified 12 hours of electives and receive a bachelor s degree in criminal justice with a concentration in Homeland Security.

3 Program Level Expected Outcomes Including Student Learning Outcomes EO 1: 310 (110, not including ecampus) criminal justice majors will complete their undergraduate degrees each year. EO 2: 80% of the graduating students will evaluate the CJ undergraduate program as good or excellent in the Graduating Student Survey. EO 3: 85% of the students will achieve 140 out of a possible 200 on the CJ program s capstone examination that includes the sub-areas of law enforcement, corrections, theory, courts, law, and research methods. EO 4: 80% of the students will demonstrate knowledge of criminal justice, ability to write a research paper, and career planning skills by earning a C or higher in the capstone course CJ 4499.

4 Expected Outcomes and Assessment Methods: CJ Undergraduate Courses EO 1: 110 students will complete their degrees each year EO 2: 80% of the graduating students will evaluate the CJ undergraduate program as good or excellent in the Graduating Student Survey. * viability EO The Senior Survey can assess overall student satisfaction with the CJ program. All students must complete the following eight core classes: CJ 1101 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ 2221 Survey of Law Enforcement CJ 2231 Survey of Corrections CJ 2241 Survey of Law and Criminal Procedure CJ 3345 Criminology CJ 3352 Constitutional Law CJ 3375 Introduction to Social Scientific Inquiry CJ 4499 Senior Seminar

5 Expected Outcomes and Assessment Methods: CJ Undergraduate Courses EO 3: 85% of the students will achieve 140 out of a possible 200 on the CJ program s capstone examination. EO 4: 80% of the students will demonstrate knowledge of criminal justice, ability to write a research paper, and career planning skills. Capstone Exam (Field Test) Taken in CJ 4499 Senior Seminar. Examination Topics: Law Enforcement 1101, 2221 Corrections 1101, 2231 Courts 1101, 2241 Law 1101, 2241, 3352 Theory 1101, 3345 Research Methods Senior Seminar (Field Test) (Field Observation)

6 Student Learning Outcomes Related to Knowledge of Criminal Justice 1. Describe and analyze the major criminological theories. 2. Describe and analyze contemporary research methods and there application to the field of criminal justice. 3. Describe and analyze basic purposes of policing a democratic society, levels of law enforcement, styles of policing and current issues related to policing. 4. Describe and analyze the development of the American court system, role of the courtroom workgroup, the trial process, and sentencing practices. 5. Describe and analyze the major characteristics and purposes of today s prisons, prison life, and the role and purpose of community corrections. 6. Describe and analyze the nature and purpose of law in a western society, types of law, categories of law violations, and categories of criminal defense. 7. Understand legal terms that are commonly used in criminal justice.

7 Programs are currently offered at the following locations: Troy Campus Dothan Campus ecampus Albany, GA* Augusta, GA* Brunswick, GA* Columbus, GA* * 4 Southeast Region sites only offer partial programs, and data collected in the CJ capstone course (CJ 4499) will be reported under ecampus.

8 Global Campus Assessment The undergraduate program is offered in four locations in the Southeast Region. However, assessing these sites is not possible utilizing the current assessment instrument. These sites offer a limited number of face-to-face courses, and students who are assigned to these sites take approximately 85% of their CJ courses online via ecampus. Students at these sites are assessed through ecampus, since their programs are over 50% distance education delivery.

9 Recent Improvements Required common textbooks for core CJ classes and conducted a review process for compliance. Implemented standardized core course syllabi that include writing components and conducted a review process for compliance. Dr. Robert Moore and Dr. Elizabeth McMullan were hired as full-time tenure track professors in the CJ program. New program level expected outcomes and student learning outcomes that better assess the program were developed.

10 Assessment Committee Undergraduate CJ Troy Campus Dothan Campus ecampus Southeast Region Augusta Site Albany Site Brunswick Site Columbus Site Dr. Jeff Lee Dr. Elizabeth McMullan Dr. Jeff Lee Ms. Tracy Newvine Ms. Tracy Newvine Ms. Tracy Newvine Ms. Tracy Newvine * Members of the Assessment Committee met on March 31, 2010 at the Global campus leadership Conference to discuss solutions to not meeting some of the expected outcomes. Some solutions and plans of corrective action will be forthcoming.

11 Program Level Expected Outcomes Including Student Learning Outcomes EO 1: 310 (110, not including ecampus) criminal justice majors will complete their undergraduate degrees each year. Yearly Goal Results Results Fall 2009 (T1 & T2) Troy Campus * Expectation met. Dothan Campus ** Expectation met. Albany, GA *** Expectation not met. Augusta, GA ** Expectation exceeded. Brunswick, GA *** Expectation not met. Columbus, GA ** Expectation exceeded. * Not on track but more students graduate in the Spring Semester ** On track to exceed *** Not on track to meet

12 Program Level Expected Outcomes Including Student Learning Outcomes EO 2: 80% of the graduating students will evaluate the CJ undergraduate program as good or excellent in the Graduating Student Survey Results Troy Campus n= % Expectation Met Dothan Campus n=31 100% Expectation Exceeded (Fall 2009) Results Troy Campus n=21 91% Expectation Exceeded Dothan Campus n=18 86% Expectation Met ecampus n=133 91% Expectation Exceeded Albany n=4 80% Expectation Met Augusta n=4 57% Expectation Not Met Brunswick n=3 100% Expectation Exceeded Columbus n=11 92% Expectation Exceeded

13 Program Level Expected Outcomes Including Student Learning Outcomes EO 3: 85% of the students will achieve 140 out of a possible 200 on the CJ program s capstone examination that includes the sub-areas of law enforcement, corrections, theory, courts, law, and research methods. Troy Campus SP /21scored above 140 (95%) FA /32 scored above 140 (87%) Dothan Campus SP /17 scored above 140 (88%) FA /6 scored above 140 (50%) Expectation exceeded. Expectation met. Expectation met. Expectation not met. 4 Southeast Region sites only offer partial programs, and data collected in the CJ capstone course (CJ 4499) will be reported under ecampus.

14 Program Level Expected Outcomes Including Student Learning Outcomes EO 4: 80% of the students will demonstrate knowledge of criminal justice, ability to write a research paper, and career planning skills by earning a C or higher in the capstone course CJ Troy Campus SP 09 20/21 earned C or higher (95%) Expectation exceeded. FA 09 23/29 earned C or higher (79%) Expectation met (within 1%) SP 10 30/34 earned C or higher (88%) Expectation met. Dothan Campus* SP 10 10/12 earned C or higher (83%) Expectation met. *CJ 4499 not offered on Dothan Campus in 2008/2009 academic year, or during Fall SE Region sites only offer partial programs, and data collected in the CJ capstone course (CJ 4499) will be reported under ecampus.

15 Plans for Further Improvement The program will work on planning and implementing a study abroad program for criminal justice. Global Campus is currently in the final stages of hiring three (1 in the SE Region and 2 in the Atlantic region) criminal justice faculty members. The addition of full time CJ faculty in Global Campus should assist in viability (EO 1) for the Albany and Brunswick sites. Furthermore, student satisfaction (EO 3) should improve at the Augusta site when there is a full-time faculty member to work with students face-to-face. The program will initiate a discipline-specific book in the Fall of 2010 as part of the Quality Enhancement Plan.

16 Plans for Further Improvement The Dothan Campus is now offering CJ 4499, taught by Dr. McMullen, on an annual basis where the major field test is embedded into the course. This specific improvement should facilitate improved scores on that exam (EO 3) because she will be able to stress: 1. the analysis of major criminological theories. 2. the application of contemporary research methods in the field of criminal justice. 3. the analysis of policing a democratic society, levels of law enforcement, styles of policing and current issues related to policing. 4. understanding the American court system, role of the courtroom workgroup, the trial process, and sentencing practices. 5. understanding characteristics and purposes of today s prisons, prison life, and the role and purpose of community corrections. 6. the analysis of the nature and purpose of law in a western society, types of law, categories of law violations, and categories of criminal defense. 7. understanding of legal terms that are commonly used in criminal justice. Once the Dothan Campus scores improve, the CJ-ADC wants to raise the MFT benchmark to 145.

17 ecampus Program Overview The undergraduate degree program in criminal justice requires 36 semester hours of criminal justice courses. There are 24 semester hours of required courses and a minimum of 12 hours in criminal justice electives. Furthermore, students may take a specified 12 hours of electives and receive a bachelor s degree in criminal justice with a concentration in Homeland Security.

18 ecampus CJ programs ecampus Albany, GA* Augusta, GA* Brunswick, GA* Columbus, GA* * 4 SE Region sites only offer partial programs and data collected in the CJ capstone course (CJ 4499) will be reported under ecampus.

19 ecampus Recent Improvements Required common textbooks for core CJ classes and conducted a review process for compliance. Implemented standardized core course syllabi that include writing components and conducted a review process for compliance. Dr. Robert Moore and Dr. Elizabeth McMullan were hired as full-time tenure track professors in the CJ program. New program level expected outcomes and student learning outcomes that better assess the program were developed.

20 ecampus Program Level Expected Outcomes Including Student Learning Outcomes EO 1: 310 (110, not including ecampus) criminal justice majors will complete their undergraduate degrees each year. Yearly Goal Results Results Fall 2009 (T1 & T2) ecampus Expectation exceeded.

21 ecampus Program Level Expected Outcomes Including Student Learning Outcomes EO 2: 80% of the graduating students will evaluate the CJ undergraduate program as good or excellent in the Graduating Student Survey Results ecampus n= % Expectation Exceeded (Fall 2009) Results ecampus n=133 91% Expectation Exceeded Albany n=4 80% Expectation Met Augusta n=4 57% Expectation Not Met Brunswick n=3 100% Expectation Exceeded Columbus n=11 92% Expectation Exceeded

22 ecampus Program Level Expected Outcomes Including Student Learning Outcomes EO 3: 85% of the students will achieve 140 out of a possible 200 on the CJ program s capstone examination that includes the sub-areas of law enforcement, corrections, theory, courts, law, and research methods. ecampus SP /149 scored above 140 (93%) FA /67 scored above 140 (96%) Expectation exceeded. Expectation exceeded. 4 Southeast Region sites only offer partial programs, and data collected in the CJ capstone course (CJ 4499) will be reported under ecampus.

23 ecampus Program Level Expected Outcomes Including Student Learning Outcomes EO 4: 80% of the students will demonstrate knowledge of criminal justice, ability to write a research paper, and career planning skills by earning a C or higher in the capstone course CJ ecampus SP /156 earned C or higher (88%) SU 09 57/70 earned C or higher (81%) FA /146 earned C or higher (83%) SP /205 earned C or higher (83%) Expectation exceeded. Expectation met. Expectation exceeded. Expectation exceeded. 4 SE Region sites only offer partial programs, and data collected in the CJ capstone course (CJ 4499) will be reported under ecampus.

24 ecampus Plans for Further Improvement The program will initiate a discipline-specific book beginning in the Fall of 2010 as a part of the Quality Enhancement Plan. The program plans to add one full-time tenure track faculty member. The program will work on planning and implementing a study abroad program for criminal justice. Improved scores on the major field test (EO 3) will be sought through faculty stressing the following concepts and skills in the Criminal Justice Senior Seminar CJ 4499: 1. the analysis of major criminological theories. 2. the application of contemporary research methods in the field of criminal justice. 3. the analysis of policing a democratic society, levels of law enforcement, styles of policing and current issues related to policing. 4. understanding the American court system, role of the courtroom workgroup, the trial process, and sentencing practices. 5. understanding characteristics and purposes of today s prisons, prison life, and the role and purpose of community corrections. 6. the analysis of the nature and purpose of law in a western society, types of law, categories of law violations, and categories of criminal defense. 7. understanding of legal terms that are commonly used in criminal justice.

25 Review of Plans for Further Improvement Working with the CJ Academic Discipline Committee and the Dean of Arts and Science to initiate a discipline-specific book in Fall of The CJ-ADC has recommended Death at Midnight: The Confession of an Executioner by Donald Cabana to be read in CJ 2231 Survey of Corrections The University has hired two full-time tenure track professors in the Fall of Dr. Robert Moore (Troy Campus) Dr. Elizabeth McMullen (Dothan Campus) The program has not planned any study abroad programs. The Dothan Campus is now offering CJ 4499, taught by Dr. McMullen, on an annual basis where the major field test is embedded into the course. This specific improvement should facilitate improved score on that exam (EO 3).

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