2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

CJBA 400 Criminal Justice Internship Experience

3 hours 

This course is designed to provide the student with on-site field experience and a weekly seminar to integrate his/her academic studies with the realities of working in a criminal justice setting. The benefit of experiential learning is that it allows the student to gain firsthand knowledge of all of the aspects involved in the operation and administration of a criminal justice agency and its client population. The student will learn and apply principles of organizational development, participant observation, and evaluative research methods. The student must attend a seminar class once a week (15 class hours) and complete a minimum of 90 hours of experiential learning for three credit hours.




ENG 201, CJBA 340 and CJBA 380-381