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1 MAJOR IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AT THE UNIVERSITY CENTER AT MACOMB

2 Macomb University Center Campus Criminal Justice Major Office: 3291 Faculty/Administration Building Office Telephone Number: (313) Chairperson: Eric Lambert ( Website: Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice The Bachelor of Science program is structured to provide students with a multidisciplinary understanding of crime and justice within the framework of broader social processes. Required courses expose a criminal justice major to all aspects of the justice system and foster a systemic view rather than a specialization in a single component of this field. Within this broad framework, courses deal with specific substantive topics. Practical field experience can be arranged under the guidance of the internship coordinator. The curriculum in criminal justice is designed to offer students a comprehensive education by providing a fundamental understanding of crime causation and the criminal justice system, together with the skills and knowledge useful in pursuing professional careers. An emphasis on analytical and writing skills is consonant with the growing sophistication of criminal justice agencies. Criminal Justice agencies, including police departments and correctional facilities, as well as court administrators' offices, require an increasing number of personnel with quantitative analytical abilities, computer skills, personal interaction skills, excellent command of the English language, knowledge of foreign languages, and the ability to understand legal materials. Admission requirements for this program are satisfied by the general requirements for undergraduate admission to the University. Core courses: a total of 28 credits include classes on theories of criminal behavior, criminal law, criminal justice institutions, criminal justice research methods, and the criminal justice process. These core courses are designed to acquaint students with problems of crime and deviance in American society, the major public institutions which deal with these problems, the legal foundation of criminal justice, and analytic research methods used to better understand the social and behavioral realities of criminal justice. Criminal Justice majors must complete all core courses in the major with a final grade of "C-minus" or better, and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 overall and in the major. Elective courses: a minimum of 12 credits must be selected for concentrated elective coursework in the criminal justice field. The approved criminal justice electives provide a

3 structured set of rigorous upper-division courses which are relevant to (1) a deeper understanding of the justice process and (2) knowledge and skills in specific career areas in the field. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: Candidates for the bachelor's degree must complete 120 credits in course work, including satisfaction of the University General Education Requirements and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Group Requirements, as well as the major requirements listed below. All course work must be completed in accordance with the academic procedures of the University and the College governing undergraduate scholarship and degrees. In the appendix is a table of the recommended Macomb Community College courses that should be taken to fulfill the University General Education Requirements and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Group Requirements. Residency Requirements: A minimum of sixteen of the twenty-eight credits in Core courses and four of the twelve credits in Elective Criminal Justice courses must be earned at Wayne State University (WSU). In addition, the College of Liberal Arts stipulates that the final 30 credits (senior year) must be earned at WSU. Transfer Credit: The list of courses, which will transfer to Wayne State University, can be accessed online at transfercredit.wayne.edu and follow the link to Equivalency Tables. Transfer students should consult with a Criminal Justice advisor to determine the applicability of transfer credits toward the major. CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR COURSE REQUIREMENTS Criminal Justice Major requirements for all students who officially declare their major in Criminal Justice at Wayne State University Spring/Summer 2000 to the present: 46 maximum Major (CRJ) credits of which 28 credit hours must be in Core Criminal Justice classes, and a 2.0 overall GPA and 2.0 (C) required for all Major courses. A table of the criminal justice required classes for the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree from Wayne State University are listed in tabular form in the appendix. CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR CORE COURSES (28 credits required) (1) CRJ 1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice (4 credits) (Previously CRJ 2000) (2) CRJ 4000 Criminological Theories (4 credits) (3) CRJ 4300 Corrections (4 credits) (4) Select one of the following two process classes: (a) CRJ 4400 Judicial Process (4 credits) Or (b) CRJ 4410 Juvenile Justice (4 credits) (5) CRJ 4600 Police and Society (4 credits) (6) CRJ 4860 Research Methods in Criminal Justice (4 credits) (7) CRJ 5710 Constitutional Criminal Procedure (4 credits) TOTAL CORE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COURSES 28 credits CRIMINAL JUSTICE ELECTIVE COURSES

4 (See next page for list of approved electives) TOTAL REQUIRED CRIMINAL JUSTICE CREDIT HOURS 12 credits 40 credits APPROVED CRIMINAL JUSTICE ELECTIVES (12 CREDITS MINIMUM) CRJ 3120 Politics of the Criminal Justice Process (4 credits) CRJ 3260 Investigation (3 credits) CRJ 3510 Introduction to Security (4 credits) CRJ 3710 Legal Writing (4 credits) CRJ 3750 Diversity in Criminal Justice (4 credits) CRJ 4400 Judicial Process (4 credits) CRJ 4410 Juvenile Justice (4 credits) CRJ 4750 Domestic Violence and Criminal Justice (4 credits) CRJ 4800 Outsiders, Outcasts, and Social Deviants (3 credits) CRJ 4970 Internship in Criminal Justice (3 credits) CRJ 4990 Directed Study (1-3 credits) CRJ 4998 Honors Thesis (3-6 credits) CRJ 5060 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems (3 credits) CRJ 5150 Criminalistics (4 credits) CRJ 5340 Community Based Corrections (3 credits) CRJ 5430 Correctional Counseling Methods (3 credits) CRJ 5500 Child Abuse and Neglect (3 credits) CRJ 5720 Criminal Law (4 credits) CRJ 5790 Topics in Justice and Law (4 credits) CRJ 5810 Law in Human Society (3 credits) CRJ 5910 Seminar in Crime, Victimization & Society (4 credits) CRJ 5994 Dispute Resolution (3 credits) CRJ 5995 Special Topics - 9 maximum credits for up to 3 different topics (3 credits) Writing Intensive (WI) Course in Criminal Justice (CRJ 5993) REQUIRED This is a no credit class which is co-enrolled with another approved upper-level criminal justice class where the instructor will oversee the Writing Intensive requirement. The following is the description of CRJ 5993: Disciplinary writing assignments under the direction of a faculty member. Must be selected in conjunction with a course designated as a co requisite; see Schedule of Classes for co requisites available each term. Satisfies the University General Education Writing Intensive Course in the Major requirement. Prerequisite Courses: Course Number: Junior standing, satisfactory completion of English Proficiency Examination, consent of instructor; coreq: CRJ 3120, 3260, 3510, 3710, 3750, 4000, 4300, 4400, 4410, 4600, 4750, 4860, 4990, 4998, 5060, 5340, 5430, 5500, 5720, 5995, 6000, or Offered for S and U grades only. No degree credit. Required for CRJ majors. 5993WI

5 Credits: 0 Macomb Community College (MCC) Criminal Justice Courses LAWE Introduction to Criminal Justice (This transfers as CRJ 1010 at WSU) LAWE Introduction to Corrections (This transfers as CRJ 4300 at WSU) LAWE 1280 The Police Function and LAWE 1290 Current Issues in Policing (These two courses transfer as CRJ 4600 at WSU) LAWE 1400 Crime Causation (This transfers as CRJ 4000 at WSU) Please note that LAWE courses transferred to WSU not used to meet the WSU CRJ requirements can be used as general electives to meet the degree requirement of 120 credit hours if they are approved as transferable classes. A table of WSU transfer equivalencies of Macomb Community College Law Enforcement courses is presented in the appendix. University Center at Macomb (WSU) Criminal Justice (CRJ) Courses CRJ 4000 Criminological Theories (4 credit hours) CRJ 4300 Corrections (If not transferred from MCC) (4 credit hours) CRJ The Judicial Process (4 credit hours) Or CRJ 4410 Juvenile Justice (4 credit hours) CRJ The Police and Society (4 credit hours) CRJ 4860 Research Methods in Criminal Justice (4 credit hours) CRJ Constitutional Criminal Procedure (4 credit hours) CRJ XXXX Criminal Justice Electives (4 or more credit hours from the above list of approved WSU CRJ electives) A table of the criminal justice degree requirements can be found in the appendix.

6 Appendix Macomb Community College Recommended Classes to Meet University and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences General Education Requirements General Education Requirement Macomb Community College Courses Basic Composition (BC) ENGL 1180 or ENGL 1210 Intermediate Composition (IC) ENGL 1190 or ENGL 1220 Writing Intensive (WI) Computer Literacy (CL) Satisfied in criminal justice major requirements - must take Wayne State University CRJ ITCS 1010, ITCS 1130, ITCS 1230, ITCS 1400, ITCS 2360, ITCS 2370, ITCS 2530, ITCS 2550, ITCS 2590, ITWP 1000 or ITWP 2700 Critical Thinking (CT) PHIL 2200 or SPCH 2500 Mathematics (MC) MATH 1410 and Math 1430, or MATH 1460 or MATH 1760 Oral Communication (OC) SPCH 1060 American Society and Institutions (AI) HIST 2360 or POLS 1000 Civilizations and Societies (CS) HUMN 1750 Foreign Culture (FC) FREN 2360, GRMN 2360, ITAL 2360, SPAN 2360 A language through the third semester is required for the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree from Wayne State University Historical Studies (HS) HIST 1500, HIST 1600, HIST 1700, or HIST 2000 Life Sciences (LS) One life science or physical science course must include a laboratory. Courses with a laboratory are indicated with an asterisk (*). Physical Sciences (PS) BIOL 1000*, BIOL 1400, BIOL 2400*, ENVS 1050, NATS 1200*, NATS 1310, or PSYC 1010 ASTR 1030 and ASTR 1040, or CHEM 1050*, CHEM

7 One life science or physical science course must include a laboratory. Courses with a laboratory are indicated with an asterisk (*). Third Course in Natural Science 1170*, GEOL 1140 *, or NATS 1210* Choose one of the following courses not already taken to meet the Life Sciences and Physical Sciences requirements: GEOL 1140, NATS 1210, or ASTR 1030 and ASTR 1040 Philosophy and Letters (PL) ENGL 1730, ENGL 2600, ENGL 2610, ENGL 2710, ENGL 2720, ENGL 2730, ENGL 2800, ENGL 2810, ENGL 2850, HUMN 1700, HUMN 1750, HUMN 2000, PHIL 2010, or PHIL 2100 Social Sciences (SS) Must take two social science courses ANTH 1000, ECON 1160, ECON 1170, GEOG 2000, SOCY 1010, or SOCY 1100 Visual and Performing Arts ARTT 1610, ARTT 2610, ARTT 2620, HIST 2330, HUMN 1210, HUMN 1300, HUMN 1460, HUMN 1472, HUMN 1473, HUMN 1474, HUMN 1476, HUMN 1479, or MUSC The following is the description of CRJ 5993: Disciplinary writing assignments under the direction of a faculty member. Must be selected in conjunction with a course designated as a co requisite; see Schedule of Classes for co requisites available each term. Satisfies the University General Education Writing Intensive Course in the Major requirement. Prerequisite Courses: Course Number: Credits: 0 Junior standing, satisfactory completion of English Proficiency Examination, consent of instructor; corequisite CRJ 3120, 3260, 3510, 3710, 3750, 4000, 4300, 4400, 4410, 4600, 4750, 4860, 4990, 4998, 5060, 5340, 5430, 5500, 5720, 5995, 6000, or Offered for S and U grades only. No degree credit. Required for CRJ majors. 5993WI

8 Criminal Justice Course Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Degree from Wayne State University Criminal Justice Core Classes (All the below core classes are required) CRJ Introduction to Criminal Justice (4 credit hours) CRJ 4000 Criminological Theories (4 credit hours) Macomb Community College Transfer Equivalencies LAWE Criminal Justice (3 credit hours) LAWE 1400 Crime Causation (3 credit hours) CRJ 4300 Corrections (4 credit hours) LAWE Introduction to Corrections (3 credit hours) CRJ 4400 Judicial Process (4 credit hours) OR CRJ Juvenile Justice (4 credit hours) CRJ 4600 Police and Society (4 credit hours) LAWE 1280 The Police Function (3 credit hours) AND LAWE 1290 Current Issues in Policing (3 credit hours) CRJ 4860 Research Methods in Criminal Justice (4 credit hours) CRJ 5710 Constitutional Criminal Procedure (4 credit hours) Total Core Criminal Justice Course Requirements = 28 Criminal Justice Electives (A total of 12 criminal justice elective credits are required) CRJ 3120 Politics of the Criminal Justice Process (4 credits) CRJ 3260 Investigation (3 credits)

9 CRJ 3510 Introduction to Security (4 credits) CRJ 3710 Legal Writing (4 credits) CRJ 3750 Diversity in Criminal Justice (4 credits) CRJ 4400 Judicial Process (4 credits) (If not taken to meet the criminal justice core requirement) CRJ 4410 Juvenile Justice (4 credits) (If not taken to meet the criminal justice core requirement) CRJ 4750 Domestic Violence and Criminal Justice (4 credits) CRJ 4800 Outsiders, Outcasts, and Social Deviants (3 credits) CRJ 4970 Internship in Criminal Justice (3 credits) CRJ 5060 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems (3 credits) CRJ 5150 Criminalistics (4 credits) CRJ 5340 Community Based Corrections (3 credits) CRJ 5430 Correctional Counseling Methods (3 credits) CRJ 5500 Child Abuse and Neglect (3 credits) CRJ 5720 Criminal Law (4 credits) CRJ 5790 Topics in Justice and Law (4 credits) CRJ 5994 Dispute Resolution (3 credits) CRJ 5995 Special Topics - 9 maximum credits for up to 3 different topics (3 credits)

10 How Macomb Community College Law Enforcement Courses Transfer to Wayne State University Macomb Community College Law Enforcement Course LAWE 1100 Criminal Justice LAWE 1120 Introductions to Corrections LAWE 1280 The Police Function LAWE Current Issues in Policing LAWE 1300 Police Field Study LAWE 1320 Interviewing LAWE 1400 Crime Causation LAWE 1410 Delinquency Prevention and Control LAWE 1500 Analysis of Terrorism LAWE 2350 Criminal Investigation and Laboratory Techniques LAWE 2370 Physical Criminalistics LAWE 2380 Chemical Criminalistics LAWE 2680 Evidence and Criminal Procedures LAWE 2690 Criminal Law LAWE 2700 Advanced Court Procedures LAWE 2800 Basic Police Academy Wayne State University Transfer Equivalent CRJ 1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRJ 4300 Corrections In conjunction with LAWE 1290, these two courses transfer as CRJ 4600 Police and Society See above Does not transfer for academic credit Transfers as a 1000 general elective credit CRJ Criminological Theories Transfers as a 1000 general elective credit Transfers as a 1000 general elective credit Does not transfer for academic credit

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