CRJ 390 Criminal Justice Specialization
The expected student learning outcomes/skills for CRJ 390:
The student will have:
- Developed skills and insights into the particular area of expertise seeking credit.
- Demonstrated leadership within his/her field by performing assigned duties of a specialized nature beneficial to his/her agency.
- Exhibited a dedication to the perfection of his/her specialization by obtaining advanced certifications, attending workshops and seminars.
- Exhibited his/her ability to effectively communicate through the completion of a portfolio outlining his/her experience and expertise.
Requirements for CRJ 390 Experiential Learning Credit:
Student may obtain up to 6 major elective course credits for specialized skills or careers within the field of criminal justice by providing documentation of training, experience and proficiency within a specialization or field of criminal justice.
- Meet the eligibility requirements specified above.
- Submit completed request form and email it to the VP of Curriculum & Advising before the portfolio is submitted for review.
NOTE: A student must have 21 upper-division credits at Thomas University prior to submitting a request..
- table of contents
- copy of TU transcript and program of study sheet (from your advisor)
- significant learning outline
- documentation of your experience and competencies
- two employer references who can verify that portfolio work is the student’s
4. Submit the completed portfolio to the Division Chair of Criminal Justice.