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                   SCHOOL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                      science, corrections and probation and parole toward
                                                                                   a bachelor’s degree. A degree from Marian University
                                                                                   prepares students for a career in any of these fields.
                   Michelle Majewski, Psy.D., Dean
                                                                                   For non-traditional students, the Marian Adult
                   Regina Hall, Room 215                                           Accelerated Program (MAAP) offers students the
                   (920) 923-8132                                                  opportunity to obtain a bachelor’s degree by
                                                                                   completing an accelerated program especially
                   CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAM (BS)                                   designed for the returning adult with a busy lifestyle.
                                                                                   Refer to the MAAP section of this Academic Bulletin
                   The Criminal Justice Program at Marian University               for more information and the MAAP Handbook.
                   focuses on academics that stress five core areas in the
                   American Criminal Justice System, (1) Law                       CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR
                   Enforcement; (2) Correctional Institutions (3)
                   Probation and Parole; (4) Juvenile Justice and (5)              The Criminal Justice major includes 4 areas of
                   General CJ Study. The program thereby grants a                  concentration to include law enforcement, social
                   Bachelor of Science (BS) degree to traditional students         justice, juvenile justice, and generalist. All Criminal
                   and provides an excellent base of learning and                  Justice majors are required to complete the following:
                   practical preparation for positions in law enforcement,
                   probation and parole, corrections, pre-law and an               General Education Program: 46-49 University
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                   assortment of human services in both the public and             Requirements
                   private sector.
                                                                                   41 credits:
                                                                                     CRJ 100 Orientation to Criminal Justice, 1 cr.
                   Students majoring or minoring in Criminal Justice
                                                                                     CRJ 101 Introduction to the Criminal Justice
                   experience individualized mentoring and advising by
                                                                                               System, 3 cr.
                   highly competent faculty with educational
                                                                                     CRJ 102 Constitutional Law, 3 cr.
                   backgrounds and proven track records within the field
                                                                                     CRJ 201 Criminal Law, 3 cr.
                   of Criminal Justice.
                                                                                     CRJ 203 Juvenile Law, 3 cr.
                                                                                     CRJ 210 Criminology/Victimology, 3 cr.
                   Students are strongly encouraged to complete a
                                                                                     CRJ 212 Correctional Institutions, 3 cr.
                   criminal justice field experience/internship as part of
                                                                                     CRJ 214 Statistical Techniques for Research Data
                   their coursework. Students have completed such in a
                                                                                               Analysis, 3 cr.
                   variety of settings to include police and sheriff’s
                                                                                     CRJ 303 Law Enforcement Administration, 3 cr.
                   department in many Midwestern states, as well as
                                                                                     CRJ 305 Community-Based Corrections
                   with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, the
                                                                                               (Probation/Parole), 3 cr.
                   State of Wisconsin DNR, Fond du Lac County Circuit
                                                                                     CRJ 400 Criminal Justice Seminar, 3 cr.
                   Court, DuPage County State Attorney’s Office and the
                                                                                     CRJ 420 Race, Gender and Ethnicity, 3 cr.
                   Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
                                                                                     CRJ 495 Capstone Project in Criminal Justice, 1 cr.
                                                                                     PHI 221 Law and Ethics, 3 cr.
                    Marian University also participates in the Centralized
                                                                                     SWK 342 Research Methods, 3 cr.
                   Student Career Experience Program (CSCEP) as a
                   partner with the United States Marshal’s Service.
                                                                                   Complete one of the Concentrations below:
                   Marian is the only college or university in the State of
                   Wisconsin to partner with the Marshals. As such,                18 credit Law Enforcement Concentration: In
                   successful candidates for the Marshal’s CSCEP                   addition to the 41 Criminal Justice core requirement
                   “internship” pave the way for eventual employment as            credits, students will need to complete all of the
                   deputy marshals, the only way the US Marshals now               following:
                   recruit new sworn members for their service.                      CRJ 301 Criminal investigations, 3 cr.
                                                                                     CRJ 302 Criminal Procedures, 3 cr.
                   Many students majoring in Criminal Justice are                    CRJ 206 Report Writing in Criminal Justice, 3 cr.
                   returning law enforcement, public safety, private                 CRJ 306 Understanding Gang Formation and
                   security and first responder professionals. As such,                         Behavior, 3 cr.
                   credits may be awarded for prior certified training in                             or
                   especially law enforcement and corrections. In                    CRJ 307 Crimes Against Children, 3 cr.
                   addition, through agreements with Wisconsin state                 CRJ 308 Professional and Crisis Communication,
                   technical colleges, the University allows transfer                           3 cr.
                   students to apply their associate degrees in police               CRJ 401 Police Community Relations, 3 cr.


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12 credit Social Justice Concentration: In addition              CRJ 101   Introduction to the Criminal Justice
to the 41 Criminal Justice core requirement credits,                       System, 3 cr.
students will need to complete all of the following:             CRJ 102   Constitutional Law, 3 cr.
   CRJ 320 Restorative Justice, 3 cr.                            CRJ 210   Criminiology/Victimology, 3 cr.
   CRJ 330 Crime Prevention/Community Safety, 3 cr.
   SOC 401 Social Change and Change Agents, 3 cr.              12 elective credits from the following:
   THE 205 Peacemaking: Multicultural, Interfaith                CRJ 201 Criminal Law, 3 cr.
             and Dimensions, 3 cr.                               CRJ 203 Juvenile Law, 3 cr.
                                                                 CRJ 206 Report Writing in Criminal Justice, 3 cr.
18 credit Juvenile Justice Concentration: In                     CRJ 212 Correctional Institutions, 3 cr.
addition to the 41 Criminal Justice core requirement             CRJ 214 Statistical Techniques for Research Data
credits, students will need to complete all of the                          Analysis, 3 cr.
following:                                                       CRJ 301 Criminal Investigations, 3 cr.
  CRJ 306 Understanding Gang Formation and                       CRJ 302 Criminal Procedures, 3 cr.
             Behavior, 3 cr.                                     CRJ 303 Law Enforcement Administration, 3 cr.
  CRJ 307 Crimes Against Children, 3 cr.                         CRJ 305 Community-Based Corrections
  PSY 322 Childhood Psychopathology, 3 cr.                                  (Probation/Parole), 3 cr.
  SOC 202 Sociology of the Family, 3 cr.                         CRJ 308 Professional and Crisis Communications,
  ENG 312 Advanced Composition, 3 cr.                                       3 cr.
  SOC 321 Organizational Behavior and                            CRJ 400 Criminal Justice Seminar, 3 cr.




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             Communication, 3 cr.                                CRJ 401 Police Community Relations, 3 cr.

15 credit Generalist Concentration: In addition to             FORENSIC SCIENCE PROGRAM (BS)
the 41 Criminal Justice core requirement credits,
students will need to complete 15 credits of Criminal          In collaboration of the School of Mathematics and
Justice electives from the following:                          Natural Science, the Forensic Science Program
   CRJ 204 Special Topics, 3 cr.                               combines knowledge of criminal justice in its broadest
   CRJ 306 Understanding Gang Formation and                    sense with thorough training in the approaches,
              Behavior. 3 cr.                                  knowledge, and analytical techniques of the
   CRJ 307 Crimes Against Children, 3 cr.                      laboratory scientist. Forensic science technicians may
   CRJ 360 Practicum in Research I, 1-3 cr.                    be called on to analyze a wide variety of evidence and
   CRJ 362 Practicum in Research II, 1-3 cr.                   events, such as blood spatter and blood chemistry;
   CRJ 394 Criminal Justice Field Experience, 1-3 cr.          physical forces produced by auto impacts and other
   CRJ 404 Special Topics, 1-3 cr.                             human body traumas; microscopic matching of hairs,
   CRJ 414 Independent Study, 3 cr.                            tools, and weapons with their sources and trace
   CRJ 494 Criminal Justice Field Experience, 3 cr.            evidence at a crime scene; genetic and enzymatic
   HIS 206 History of Terrorism, 3 cr.                         comparisons of fluids and tissues; and time of death
   HIS 207 History of Crime, 3 cr.                             determinations based on biological and chemical
   PSY 211 Abnormal Psychology, 3 cr.                          processes; to name a few. Consequently, forensic
   PSY 301 Drugs and Behavior, 3 cr.                           science technicians require thorough preparation in a
   SOC 202 Sociology and the Family, 3 cr.                     broad array of science disciplines and mathematics,
   SOC 310 Crime and Deviance, 3 cr.                           including statistics, physics, biology, and chemistry.
   SPA 107 Spanish Speaking for law Enforcement I,             This intense and broad program of study includes all
              3 cr.                                            courses required for application to most health
   SPA 108 Spanish Speaking for law Enforcement,               professions programs, including medicine, dentistry,
              3 cr.                                            optometry, and veterinary schools. In addition, this
   SWK 101 Introduction to Social Work and Human               program includes the array of chemistry, physics,
              Services, 3 cr.                                  math, and biology expected of candidates seeking
                                                               employment in industrial quality control, many basic
20-29 credits of University Electives                          science laboratories, and industrial product
                                                               development research laboratories.
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                                                               FORENSIC SCIENCE MAJ0R
22 credits as follows:
                                                               General Education Program: 46-49 credits.
10 credits:                                                    University requirements including BIO 102, CHE 101,
  CRJ 100 Orientation to Criminal Justice, 1 cr.               and MAT 201. Major satisfies natural sciences and

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                   mathematics common and elective core requirements,            Marian’s Homeland Security program offers three
                   the laboratory common core requirement, and the               options: a minor in Homeland Security for student
                   applied liberal arts elective core requirement.               enrolled in the traditional day program, an 18-credit
                                                                                 undergraduate certificate program for students
                   Other requirements: 24 credits. The Forensic                  interested in Homeland Security Leadership, and a
                   Science major requires completion of a concurrent             degree completion program in Homeland Security for
                   minor in chemistry, including CHE 302: Biochemistry.          students who have completed an associate’s degree
                                                                                 from a technical college. Both the certificate program
                   50-53 credits as follows:                                     and degree completion program are offered in hybrid
                                                                                 format (face-to face classes coupled with online
                     47-49 credits:                                              coursework) via the Marian Adult Accelerated
                     BIO 101 Biological Principles I, 4 cr.                      program (MAAP). See MAAP section of the Academic
                     BIO 102 Biological Principles II, 4 cr.                     Bulletin for more information.
                     BIO 301 Genetics & Lab, 4 cr.
                     CRJ 102 Constitutional Law, 3 cr.                           Homeland Security Minor (Traditional
                     CRJ 302 Criminal Procedural Law, 3 cr.                      Day Program)
                     CRJ 340 Principles of Judicial Practice, 3 cr.
                     CRJ 350 Principles of Professional Practice, 3 cr.
                                                                                 21 credits as follows:
                     FOS 105 Survey of Forensic Sciences, 1 cr.
                     FOS 304 Forensic Science I: Rules of Evidence, 3 cr.
                                                                                 9 credits:
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                     FOS 305 Forensic Science II – Analytical Methods,
                                                                                   HSL 201    Intro to Homeland Security, 3 cr.
                               4 cr.
                                                                                   HSL 313    Emergency Planning, 3 cr.
                     FOS 405 Forensic Science III – Advanced Methods,              HOS 405    Sociology of Disaster, 3 cr.
                               4 cr.
                     FOS 497 Internship, 1-3 cr.
                                                                                 12 credits from the following:
                     PHS 203 University Physics I, 5 cr.
                                                                                   HSL 212    Homeland Security Resource
                     PHS 205 University Physics II, 5 cr.
                                                                                              Management, 3 cr.
                                                                                   HSL 350    Administrative Law, 3 cr.
                     3-4 credits from the following:
                                                                                   HOS 210 Criminology/Victimology, 3 cr.
                     CRJ 214 Statistical Techniques for Research Data
                                                                                   HOS 214 Statistical Techniques for Research Data
                                 Analysis, 3 cr.
                                                                                              Analysis, 3 cr.
                     MAT 122 Introduction to Probability and Statistics,
                                                                                   HOS 302 Social Theory, 3 cr.
                                 4 cr.
                                                                                   HOS 342 Research Methods, 3 cr.
                     MAT 304 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics I,
                                                                                   HOS 350 Principles of Professional Practice. 3 cr.
                                 3 cr.
                                                                                   HOS 405 Sociology of Disasters, 3 cr.
                                                                                   HOS 407 Sociology of Terrorism, 3 cr.
                     3-6 credits of University Electives
                                                                                   HOS 420 Race, Gender, and Ethnicity, 3 cr.

                   HOMELAND SECURITY (BS)                                        Homeland Security Leadership
                                                                                 (Undergraduate Certificate Program)
                   The field of Homeland Security is one of the fastest
                   growing disciplines in the United States; it is highly
                                                                                 18 credits (all 6 courses are required for completion
                   diverse and allows for either specialization or
                                                                                 of this program):
                   generalization with employment opportunities
                                                                                   HSL 201     Introduction to Homeland Security, 3 cr.
                   available nationwide and worldwide. Homeland
                                                                                   HSL 212     Homeland Security Resource
                   Security careers include: public safety (police, fire,
                                                                                               Management, 3 cr.
                   emergency services, management), Secret
                                                                                   HSL 305     Leadership and Organizational
                   Service/CIA/FBI, Customs and Border Protection,
                                                                                               Management, 3 cr.
                   Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Federal
                                                                                   HSL 313     Emergency Planning, 3 cr.
                   Emergency Management Agency, Transportation
                                                                                   HSL 350     Administrative Law, 3 cr.
                   Security Administration, Department of Homeland
                                                                                   HSL 495     Capstone Project, 3 cr.
                   Security and other federal and state agencies, higher
                   education, non-government organizations such as the
                   Red Cross and United Way, and private company
                   security and protection, to name just a few.




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Homeland Security Major (Degree
Completion Program)

General Education Program: 46 credits. University
Requirements.

General Electives: 46 credits
36 credits:
  HSL 210   Intro to Homeland Security, 3 cr.
  HSL 212   Homeland Security Resource
            Management, 3 cr.
  HSL 350   Principles of Professional Practice, 3 cr.
  HOS 407 Sociology of Terrorism, 3 cr.
  HOS 405 Sociology of Disasters, 3 cr.
  HOS 301 Public Administration, 3 cr.
  HOS 302 Social Theory, 3 cr.
  HSL 313   Emergency Planning, 3 cr.
  HSL 305   Leadership and Organizational
            Management, 3 cr.




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  HSL 350   Administrative Law, 3 cr.
  HSL       Elective Course, 3 cr.
  HSL 495   Capstone, 3 cr.




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