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1 CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAM University Plaza, Building D (435) To find faculty & staff phone numbers and addresses, please consult the University Directory directory.php. Humanities Department Chair Leonor Ceballos Faculty & Staff Assistant Professor Paul (Lish) Harris, Ph. D. Instructor Gary Cantrell, Ph.D. Lecturer/Advisor Esther Pugmire, B.S. SWRCCI Director Bill Matthews School of Humanities Dean Don Hinton, Ph.D. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Department Secretary Francine Larger Adminsitrative Assistant Lory Mattucci Criminal Justice is the application of law, and the social and natural sciences to the societal phenomenon of crime and delinquency. The discipline addresses definitions, causation, prevention, legal processes, and treatment of offenders. Many career opportunities for students trained in Criminal Justice are available. Opportunities exist in various law enforcement and governmental agencies including DEA agent, FBI agent, corrections officer, security officer, private investigator, game law enforcement officer, immigration officer, Alcohol/Tobacco/Firearms inspector, United States trustee, Internal Revenue officer, Border Patrol agent, Consumer Safety inspector, and other related fields. The Criminal Justice programm offers baccalaureate degrees with emphases in Criminology or Digital Forensics. Both emphases as available in either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. In addition, students may pursue an Associate of Science in Criminal Justice degree, a Criminal Justice emphasis as part of the Integrated Studies baccalaureate degree, or a Certificate of Completion in Computer Forensics. Southwest Regional Computer Crime Institute (SWRCCI) The Southwest Regional Criminal Justice Computer Crime Institute (SWRCCI) is a unique enterprise providing oversight to operations, projects, and finances involving DSU Criminal Justice faculty and students interfacing with local, state, regional, and national law enforcement officers and programs to educate traditional Criminal Justice majors and provide a new Criminal Justice focus on high tech crime. The Institute educates consumers, law enforcement, and criminal justice students (future law enforcement officers) on identify theft and computer related crimes. The SWRCCI includes a cyber crime lab that will be used to train DSU students and Utah s local and statewide law enforcement officers in modern techniques necessary for combating the growing incidences of computer-based crime. They learn how to collect online evidence, dissect and analyze storage disks, keep detailed logs, protect the chain of custody and present expert testimony in court. The Institute facilitates cooperation between law enforcement and academia that strengthens the region s and Utah s crime fighting efforts. The Institute also provides scholarships for top students and coordinates internships with law enforcement agencies targeting Utah computer crime. This real-life hands-on experience provides DSU students with experience for high level private and government jobs upon graduation. The goal is to provide the criminal justice field with focused graduates who have sufficient computer science skills to effectively meet and stay ahead of the threat. What is the study of Criminal Justice? The contemporary field of Criminal Justice is diverse; topics of study include law enforcement, criminal investigation, causes of criminal behavior, corrections, and more. Whether a student desires to enter law enforcement or to pursue a graduate degree in the behavioral sciences, this program intends to offer the appropriate education. Student Learning Outcomes Students who successfully complete the DSU Criminal Justice baccalaureate program will be able to: 1. Demonstrate a base knowledge of the criminal justice system 2. Communicate the scientific pursuit of the causes of criminal behavior In addition, students completing the Criminology emphasis will demonstrate: Critical thinking skills in criminology and criminal justice Application of criminology and the study of criminal justice Digital Forensics graduates will: Extend the Criminal Justice base knowledge set by exploring the subset of crimes known as cybercrimes Apply Digital Forensic tools and methodologies for use in Criminal Justice proceedings Course Prefixes CJ Degrees & Certificates Bachelor of Arts / Science in Criminal Justice with an Emphasis in Criminology CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

2 Bachelor of Arts / Science in Criminal Justice with an Emphasis in Digital Forensics Associate of Science in Criminal Justice Certificate of Completion in Computer Forensics Certificate of Proficiency in Digital Forensics Basics Emphasis in Integrated Studies BA/BS CRIMINOLOGY CAREER INFMATION CAREER STRATEGIES In addition to the required coursework in criminal justice, students can do the following to enhance their career opportunities: Learn to work well with people of diverse backgrounds. Consider learning 2nd language. Maintain a good driving record and a blemish free criminal record. Gain firearms and self-defense training. Develop strong interviewing, research, computer, and writing skills. Obtain training or certifications in first aid, CPR or EMT. Maintain a healthy and physically fit lifestyle. To work with juveniles, gain experience working with youth through sports teams, as a summer camp counselor, in parks and recreation programs or community/religious youth groups. Become familiar with the legal system and observe courtroom proceedings. Obtain experience through volunteering, practicum and/or internship opportunities. CAREER OPPTUNITIES* Career opportunities include local and federal law enforcement, corrections, and the courts. Criminal justice studies can also assist students in pursuit of graduate degrees that include other disciplines such as psychology, sociology, public administration, social work, counseling, and law. JOB OUTLOOK* Employment opportunities in law enforcement and corrections are very competitive on the local, state and Federal level. Career opportunities for attorneys will be competitive for the next several years. Become familiar with the legal system, observe courtroom proceedings. Obtain experience through volunteering, practicum and/or internship opportunities. Keep up-to-date on current technology. CAREER OPPTUNITIES* Essentially all criminal activity, in one way or another, will at some point produce evidence. Business and industry use digital forensics to identify property theft, fraud, network and computer intrusions and unauthorized use of computers and other digital media. Law enforcement agencies use digital forensics to gather digital evidence for a variety of crimes including child pornography, fraud, terrorism, extortion, cyberstalking, money laundering, forgery, and identity theft. The military and government intelligence agencies use digital forensics in internal investigations and to gather intelligence information from computers captured during military actions. JOB OUTLOOK* Vast opportunities are available to individuals who are well-trained in the burgeoning field of digital forensics. SALARY RANGE* Median annual wages of salaried private detectives and investigators are $42,870. Salaries for digital forensics specialists in goverment and corporate positions are higher at just over $50,000, but those positions are highly competetive. Wages of private detectives and investigators vary greatly by employer, specialty, and geographic area. CLUBS The Criminal Justice Club is an active group of students who engage in social and service activities. *From the Occupational Outlook Handbook \ SALARY RANGE* Salaries vary by geographic location, years of experience, and career speciality. For example, Police and sheriff s patrol officers have median annual wages of $55,010, but salaries differ in various regions. Median annual wages of correctional officers and jailers are $39,020. *From the Occupational Outlook Handbook DIGITAL FENSICS CAREER INFMATION CAREER STRATEGIES Maintain a good driving record and blemish-free criminal record. Develop strong research and writing skills. Develop excellent computer skills in networking, programming, or system administration CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 187

3 Bachelor of Arts / Science in Criminal Justice Criminology Emphasis 120 credits The Bachelor of Arts / Science in Criminal Justice with an Emphasis in Criminology has four basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Foreign Language Requirement (Bachelor of Arts only) 3. Core Discipline Requirements 4. Emphasis Requirements General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS 1400/CS 1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam 0 LIB 1010 Information Literacy 1 Mathematics GE course (MATH 1040/A Intro to Statistics recommended) American Institutions GE course Life Sciences GE course 3-5 Physical Sciences course 3-5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course 3 Literature/Humanities GE course 3 Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course 3 Exploration GE course 3-5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives GE courses 0-6 Bachelor of Arts: Foreign Language Requirement 16 credits in a single foreign language (by coursework or vertical credit); foreign language 2020 or 3060 class ( C); foreign language 1020 class ( C) and 12 credits FLATS/FL-GE in another language; nonnative speakers may use ESL test or specific course(s). ASL cannot be used to fulfill the BA foreign language requirement in this major. Discipline Core Requirements CJ 3300 Research Methods Criminology / CJ 3 CJ 4790 Capstone Research in CJ 3 Emphasis Requirements Complete 30 credits in 10 of the following courses: CJ 1300 Introduction to Corrections 3 CJ 1390 Police Field Operations 3 CJ 2020 Criminal Justice Supervision 3 CJ 2330 Juvenile Justice 3 CJ 2350 Laws of Evidence 3 CJ 2360 Juvenile Law & Procedure 3 CJ 3100 Profiling Deviant Behavior 3 CJ 3200 Policing in U.S. Society 3 CJ 3320 Criminal Procedure 3 CJ 3350 American Jails and Prisons 3 CJ 3400 Drugs & Crime 3 CJ 3500 White Collar Crime 3 CJ 3710 Crimes Against Humanity 3 CJ 4020 Urban Crime 3 CJ 4100 Social Control 3 CJ 4260 Criminology / Policy of Terrorism 3 CJ 4500* Special Topics 3 CJ 4890R Criminal Justice Internship 1-3 * Repeatable as topic varies Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 120 college-level credits (1000 and above). 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits. 3. Complete at least 30 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency. 4. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 5. Maximum 3 credits in CJ 4890R can be applied to Emphasis Requirements CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

4 SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHEL OF ARTS / SCIENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CRIMINOLOGY EMPHASIS FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year CJ 1001 FYE: Criminal Justice 1 ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3 LIB1010 Information Literacy 1 General Education Physical Sciences 3 MATH 1000 Transitional Math II (if needed) 4 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3 MATH 1040 Intro to Statistics (recommended) 3 FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year CJ Emphasis Any Emphasis Course (see list above) 3 General Education Fine Arts 3 General Education Life Sciences/Lab 3/1 General Education Social & Behavioral Sciences 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year General Education American Institutions 3 General Education Literature/Humanities 3 FALL SEMESTER, 3rd Year SPRING SEMESTER, 3rd Year General Education Exploration 3 FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year CJ 3300 Research Methods Criminology 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year CJ 4790 Capstone in Criminology & Criminal 3 Justice Bachelor of Arts / Science in Criminal Justice Digital Forensics Emphasis 120 credits The Bachelor of Arts / Science in Criminal Justice with an Emphasis in Digital Forensics has four basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Foreign Language Requirement (Bachelor of Arts only) 3. Core Discipline Requirements 4. Emphasis Requirements General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS 1400/CS 1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam 0 LIB 1010 Information Literacy 1 Mathematics GE course (MATH 1040 Intro to Statistics recommended) American Institutions GE course Life Sciences GE course CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 189

5 Physical Sciences course 3-5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course 3 Literature/Humanities GE course 3 Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course 3 Exploration GE course 3-5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives GE courses 0-6 Bachelor of Arts: Foreign Language Requirement 16 credits in a single foreign language (by coursework or vertical credit); foreign language 2020 or 3060 class ( C); foreign language 1020 class ( C) and 12 credits FLATS/FL-GE in another language; nonnative speakers may use ESL test or specific course(s). ASL cannot be used to fulfill the BA foreign language requirement in this major. Discipline Core Requirements CJ 3300 Research Methods Criminology / CJ 3 CJ 4780 Digital Forensics Capstone 3 Emphasis Requirements CJ 1900 Intro to Computer Related Crimes 3 CJ 2500 Computer Hardware Basics 3 CJ 2700 Intro to Digital Forensics 3 CJ 3900 Digital Forensic Tools 3 CJ 3950 Windows Forensics 3 Complete two (2) of the following: CJ 3810 Advanced Digital Forensics 3 CJ 4250 MAC Forensics 3 CJ 4700 File Systems Analysis 3 CJ 4750 Small Device Forensics 3 IT 2400 Introduction to Networking 3 Nine credits (9) in three (3) additional upper-division Criminal Justice courses 3-16 Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 120 college-level credits (1000 and above). 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits Complete at least 30 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency. 4. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 5. Maximum 3 credits in CJ 4890R may be applied to Emphasis Requirements. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHEL OF ARTS / SCIENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE, DIGITAL FENSICS EMPHASIS FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year CJ 1001 FYE: Criminal Justice 1 ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3 LIB1010 Information Literacy 1 MATH 1000 Transitional Math II (if needed) 4 General Education Physical Science 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3 MATH 1040 Intro to Statistics (recommended) 3 FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year CJ 1900 Intro to Computer Related Crimes 3 CJ 2500 Computer Hardware Basics 3 General Education American Institutions 3 General Education Fine Arts 3 General Education Life Science/Lab 3/1 SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year CJ 2700 Introduction to Digital Forensics 3 General Education Exploration 3 General Education Social & Behavioral Sciences 3 FALL SEMESTER, 3rd Year CJ 3900 Digital Forensic Tools 3 CJ Emphasis Upper-division CJ course 3 General Education Literature / Humanities 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 3rd Year CJ 3950 Windows Forensics 3 CJ Emphasis Emphasis Elective (see list above) 3 CJ Emphasis Emphasis Elective (see list above) CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

6 FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year CJ 3300 Research Methods in Criminal 3 Justice CJ Emphasis Upper-division CJ course 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year CJ 4790 Capstone in Criminal Justice 3 CJ Emphasis Upper-division CJ course 3 Life Sciences GE course 3-5 Physical Sciences course 3-5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course 3 Literature/Humanities GE course 3 Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course 3 Exploration GE course 3-5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives GE courses 0-6 Core Discipline Requirements CJ 2350 Laws of Evidence 3 Associate of Science in Criminal Justice 60 credits The Associate of Science in Criminal Justice degree has three basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Core Discipline Requirements 3. Discipline Elective Requirements General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS 1400/CS 1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam 0 LIB 1010 Information Literacy 1 Mathematics GE course (MATH 1040 Intro to Statistics recommended) American Institutions GE course Discipline Required Electives Complete a minimum of 9 (nine) credits in any DSU Criminal Justice courses other than CJ 4890R. Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 60 college-level credits (1000 and above). 2. Complete at least 20 lower-division credits at DSU for institutional residency. 3. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year CJ 1001 FYE: Criminal Justice 1 ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3 LIB1010 Information Literacy 1 MATH 1000 Transitional Math II (if needed) 4 General Education Physical Sciences 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3 MATH 1040 Intro to Statistics (recommended) 3 FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year CJ 2350 Laws of Evidence 3 CJ elective CJ course 3 General Education American Institutions CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 191

7 General Education Fine Arts 3 General Education Literature/Humanities [GLOCUP] 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year CJ elective CJ course 3 CJ elective CJ course 3 General Education Exploration 3 General Education Life Science/Lab 3/1 General Education Social & Behavioral Sciences [GLOCUP] Certificate of Completion in Computer Forensics 39 credits 3 CJ 3810 CJ 4700 Advanced Digital Forensics File System Analysis CJ 3950 Windows Forensics 3 CJ 3900 Computer Forensic Tools 3 CJ 4250 CJ 4750 MAC Forensics Small Device Forensics CJ 4780 Digital Forensics Capstone 3 Completion Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 39 college-level credits (1000 and above). 2. Complete at least 20 credits at DSU for institutional residency. 3. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 3 3 General Education Courses General Courses MATH 1000 Transitional Mathematics II 4 MATH 1040/A Intro to Statistics 3 MATH 1050 College Algebra / Pre-Calculus 4 COMM 1020 Public Speaking 3 COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication 3 FCS 1500 Human Development / Lifespan 3 PSY 1010/A General Psychology 3 PSY 1100 Human Development / Lifespan 3 SOC 1010/A Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 1020 Social Problems 3 Certificate of Proficiency in Digital Forensics Basics credits CJ 1900 Intro to Computer Related Crime 3 CJ 2700 Introduction to Digital Forensics 3 CJ 4750 Small Device Forensics 3 Completion Requirements: 1. Complete CJ 1900, CJ 2700, and CJ 4750 with grade C or higher in each class. General Criminal Justice Courses Core Discipline Requirements CJ 1900 Intro to Computer Related Crime 3 CJ 2500 Computer Hardware Basics 3 CJ 2700 Introduction to Digital Forensics CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

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