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The graduate certificate in corrections management will prepare corrections administration professionals and enhance their work by providing course work in criminal justice organizations, corrections and community supervision, institutional management and in cross-disciplines such as public administration. The certificate is designed to give students a solid foundational understanding of correctional administration, leadership and policy analysis.
Applicants to the certificate program will be accepted year-round. Students may be granted admission for fall, spring and summer semesters. Potential applicants must meet all Graduate Education admissions requirements and submit all materials online through the graduate application.
Degree(s): Potential applicants who hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution are eligible to apply to the program. Students from related fields, such as public policy, political science, psychology, sociology, as well as other social science degrees, might be interested in this program in particular. However, all eligible students will be considered. Although the target students would most likely come from the aforementioned degree fields, there is no specific undergraduate degree major required for admission; the school will accept applicants with undergraduate degrees from all educational backgrounds.
GPA: Regular admission may be granted to applicants who have achieved a GPA of 3.00 or better (on a 4.00 scale) in the last two years of course work leading to a bachelor's degree.
For nondegree seeking students (those not admitted to a graduate degree program at ASU): Applicants will be required to submit:
For graduate-degree seeking students (those admitted to a graduate program at ASU): Applicants will be required to submit:
Required Admission Examinations: None required.
Students must fulfill the requirements of the College of Public Programs as well as those of Graduate Education.
Required Courses: 12 credit hoursCRJ 514 Seminar in Corrections (3)
CRJ 516 Seminar in Criminal Justice Organization & Management (3)
CRJ 528 Prison & Jail Administration OR CRJ 529 Community Corrections (3)
PAF 520 Public Management (3)
Electives: 3 credit hoursCRJ 515 Seminar on Women and Crime (3)
CRJ 517 Seminar on Juvenile Delinquency & Justice (3)
CRJ 518 Seminar on Race/Ethnicity, Crime & Justice (3)
CRJ 519 Seminar on Victimization (3)
CRJ 520 Seminar on Violent Crime (3)
CRJ 521 Seminar on Nature of Crime (3)
CRJ 522 Seminar on Gangs and Crime (3)
CRJ 524 Seminar on Punishment & Society (3)
CRJ 525 Seminar on Life Course Criminology (3)
CRJ 598 ST: Crime Mapping (3)
CRJ 598 ST: Criminal Justice Ethics (3)
CRJ 598 ST: Death Penalty (3)
CRJ 598 ST: Ecology of Crime (3)
CRJ 598 ST: Forensics (3)
CRJ 598 ST: Politics of Criminal Justice Policymaking (3)
CRJ 598 ST: Sex Offenders and Sex Crimes (3)
Culminating Experience: None Required.
Total required credit hours: 15