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CJC

CJC 2212   THE INCARCERATION CONNECTION

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Permission of the Program Director. This course provides an overview of the correctional and detention structure and the management skills necessary to understand the security threat of criminal street gangs. The student will gain an understanding of the influence and culture of gang members during incarceration and the connection to the community. 47 contact hours.

CJC 2350   CORRECTIONAL OPERATIONS

credits: 4  
The operation of correctional facilities is studied - including the intake of new inmates, all aspects of their daily care, institutional procedures, and techniques utilized by officers to perform daily tasks. Objectives addressed include those as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission. 64 contact hours.

CJC 2930   SPECIAL TOPICS IN CORRECTIONS

credits: 2  
Prerequisite: Program Director's approval. This course is an examination of the unique problems that are associated with the institution of corrections. The student will be introduced to the philosophies, history, contemporary issues, and sentencing. The student will also examine the issues of race and gender as they are associated with corrections. 32 contact hours.

CJC 3163   MANAGEMENT OF COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

credits: 3  
This course will provide the student with an understanding of community-based corrections, including probation, parole, residential intermediate sanctions, and non-residential sanctions. Emphasis will be placed on the management role in implementing solutions to the challenges facing the corrections professional. 47 contact hours.

CJC 3311   CONTEMPORARY ISSUES AND TRENDS IN CORRECTIONS

credits: 3  
This course will provide the student with an understanding of the evolution of the U.S. Corrections system, specifically the antecedents of modern corrections, the operation and administration of corrections facilities, and the role of corrections in modern society. Emphasis will be placed on the issues and trends in corrections affecting administration and management. 47 contact hours.

CJC 3601   CORRECTIONS PRACTICE AND POLICY

credits: 3  
This course will provide the student with an understanding of the principles of modern management theory to the operations and functions that comprise the leadership of progressive custodial and non-custodial correctional practice. Relevant aspects of human resource management will also be considered and applied to the corrections industry. 47 contact hours.

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