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Nichols’ criminal justice management major prepares students to work in criminal law and procedure, security investigations, emergency planning and disaster management, homeland security, and physical security.
Every member of the criminal justice faculty has experience in the military sciences or in law enforcement. Students hoping to make a career out of protecting their community will receive the academic and real-world training they need to get started.
Criminal Justice Management majors must complete 121 credit hours (approximately 40 courses), including courses from the foundation and business core curricula, focused electives and these required specialization courses:
This course will cover investigative methodologies, financial and quantitative data analysis, investigative plans, multi-disciplinary teams, and best practices. Students will also examine legal and ethical duties and issues, use case study analysis to emphasize background verifications, employee misconduct, employee and external fraud, and joint investigations with law enforcement. Overall, students will understand how properly conducted investigations may be used as a risk management tool.
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Management / Criminal Justice Management Chair / Director of Master of Science in Counterterrorism (MSC) Program