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Criminal Justice (B.S.)

Criminal Justice (B.S.)

Learning Outcomes

 
 

Academic Learning Compact

Consistent with its mission and guiding principles, Florida Gulf Coast University is committed to academic excellence and continuous quality improvement, as supported by a sound teaching-learning process. Within this process, students and instructors share responsibility for learning that is a movement from the simple to the complex, the concrete to the abstract, and the dependent to the independent. The Academic Learning Compact (ALC) initiative supports the teaching-learning process by clearly identifying expected core student learning outcomes in the areas of content/discipline knowledge and skills, communication skills, and critical thinking skills; aligning curricula with expectations; and using assessment to guide continuous improvement.
Content/Discipline Knowledge and Skills

Graduates will be able to:

Graduates will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the value of leadership among various criminal justice related agencies.

Communication Skills

Graduates will be able to:

Graduates will be able to communicate an understanding of a sound ethical framework necessary to criminal justice professionalism.

Graduates will be able to demonstrate consistent use of important conventions particular to criminal justice and writing tasks including organization, content, presentation, and stylistic choices.

Critical Thinking Skills

Graduates will be able to:

Graduates will be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills necessary to adapt to the evolving nature of the research, theory, & practice of criminal justice.