Graduate Certificate in Managing Juvenile and Adult Populations
- A graduate certificate designed for professionals who work with youth and adults who are in contact with the criminal justice system as victims, offenders, or family members.
- The 15-hour program (5 graduate level courses) targets pre-selected criminal justice and social work courses, which can be completed online or on-campus in the evening.
- CRCJ 8080 Seminar in Juvenile Justice
- CRCJ 8850 Risk/Needs Assessment Instruments
- SOWK 8886 Topical Seminar (Choose from Trauma and Resilience, Crisis Intervention, or Advanced Clinical Skills)
- SOWK 8686 Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Alcohol/Drug Use and Addiction
- One 3 Credit Elective in CRCJ or SOWK approved by Master's Program Coordinator, or an internship
How to Apply
- Submit your college transcripts and a letter of application stating how the certificate will help you achieve your professional goals online to Graduate Studies.
For More Information
Additional questions regarding the Graduate Certificate in Managing Juvenile and Adult Populations can be directed to Bob Houston.
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