Key Issues pertinent to globalization including ethical and privacy dilemmas, policies and experiences of other countries, enforcement and control of terrorist activities including computer crime, and impact on the United States of America are studied.
Administration of Justice majors complete a minimum of 120 credits to earn a bachelor’s degree: 49-51 credits of core courses, 18-26 elective credits, and 51 credits of major courses. Students take a minimum of 13 courses (39 credits) in Administration of Justice exclusive of workshop credits, and four support courses (12 credits):
The concentration requires 15 credits, in addition to major and core requirements. Students pursuing the concentration in International Justice and National Security take three additional Administration of Justice courses and two support courses from other disciplines.
International Justice and National Security courses: