Learning Outcomes

Seattle University graduate Criminal Justice students should be able to:

  • Evaluate and analyze a contemporary CJ issue with advanced knowledge of CJ terminology, major topic areas/issues in criminal justice and criminological theory, and ethical issues in crime and justice.
  • Design a research proposal and conduct computer-based statistical analysis at basic (descriptive) level.
  • Understand the interdisciplinary nature of criminal justice and ethical issues in law enforcement, courts, and corrections.
  • Articulate key concepts in criminology and criminal justice.
  • Prepare and present a paper orally using multimedia/technology.
  • Master content in upper-level specialization courses.

 

Contact Us

Dr. Matthew Hickman
Interim Graduate Program Director
206.296.2484
hickmanm@seattleu.edu

Dr. Jacqueline Helfgott
Department Chair
206.296.5477
jhelfgot@seattleu.edu

Andrew Gutzmer
Graduate Program Coordinator
206.296.2139
gutzmera@seattleu.edu