Undergraduate Certificate in Criminal Justice Equity and Inclusion
The Undergraduate Certificate in Criminal Justice Equity and Inclusion is a 12-credit-hour program developed for criminal justice working professionals as well as current students who plan to work in the field. Upon completion, graduates will be able to successfully recognize how issues of equity and inclusion apply to criminal justice professionals’ interactions with offenders, victims, and the general public as well as how these issues affect workforce-related matters in criminal justice.
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|Undergraduate Certificate in Criminal Justice Equity and Inclusion|
|CRIJ 3340||Gender and Crime||3|
|CRIJ 4336||Understanding Human Behavior||3|
|CRIJ 4385||Criminl Justc & Social Divrsty||3|
|CRIJ 4387||Multiculturalism in Criminal Justice||3|
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) marketable skills initiative is part of the state's 60x30TX plan and was designed to help students articulate their skills to employers. Marketable skills are those skills valued by employers and/or graduate programs that can be applied in a variety of work or education settings and may include interpersonal, cognitive, and applied skill areas.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Criminal Justice Equity and Inclusion is designed to provide graduates with the following marketable skills:
- Understand contemporary issues about equity and inclusion in the criminal justice system.
- Identify and address inequities amongst criminal justice working professionals as well as those involved in the criminal justice system.
- Think critically and communicate about multiculturalism.
- Effectively use information about self-relevant identities and behaviors to facilitate strong communication skills between criminal justice working professionals.