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CRIMINAL JUSTICE 193 3 3 3 1 3 1 __ Sacred Scripture/LTHE 121 Introd to Philosophy/LPHI 131 Theology or Phil III Series/LTHE or Leadership Seminar Elective Practicum/COMM 162 35 3 3 9 Literature Series/LENG Theatre/THEA 221/140/310 Electives/Cognates/Practicum LPHI __ 33 * fulfills LBST 383 requirement All students graduating from Humanities must have completed six credits of a Modern Foreign Language. If a student has not completed 6 credits of a foreign language in the associate degree program, he or she must complete them as part of the Next Step program. Students will be permitted to take other courses in substitution for any course listed above which they have satisfactorily completed prior to admission into the Next Step program. Students are required to complete 7-19 credits in the Liberal Studies Core. Students may transfer courses equivalent to Sacred Scripture, Introduction to Philosophy, the Literature Series and/or the Fine Arts Series. Students must take the Leadership Seminar, the Theology/ Philosophy III Series, and the Senior Seminar or approved capstone at Gannon. Note: Some of these courses are taught on a three-semester rotation so the actual timing may be changed. CRIMINAL JUSTICE JULIA MACK, Ph.D., Program Director FACULTY: Assistant Professors: Gerald Clark, Julia Mack, Christopher N. Magno. Lecturers: William Benner, Lester Fetterman, Paul Gambill, Keith A. Hardner, Elizabeth Hirz, Ted Marnen, David Martine, Jeffrey Shaw, John Trucilla. Vision The faculty in the Criminal Justice Program (CRJS) is dedicated to teaching students how to search for truth and justice by applying theory, practical knowledge, and ethical reasoning in domestic and international environments in the effort to improve society. Mission The Criminal Justice Program (CRJS) at Gannon University is an interdisciplinary, undergraduate major that is dedicated to education, research, and service in the fields of criminal justice, public safety, and social justice. With the capacity to develop graduates who have intellectual curiosity, moral commitment and professional competence to confront the challenges of crime and justice, CRJS strives to provide students with critical thinking and effective communication skills as well as to cultivate their capacity for personal growth and creative problem solving. Essentially, we seek to inspire students to become responsible citizens and public servants. Building on this foundation, CRJS offers its students a diverse curriculum that balances the arts, sciences and humanities with professional training, and challenges them to make a difference in the lives of others. Goal • Students will demonstrate the research, investigative, and forensic skills important for working in justice or a related field.

Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015

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