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CRIJ 5305

Seminar on the Administration of Criminal Justice

Three semester hours. (FL)

This course examines organizational theories, models, and typologies for investigating and understanding individual and interpersonal dimensions and operations of criminal justice systems. Leadership and authority patterns, informal and formal communication networks, and diverse variables are examined as they impact upon organizational effectiveness and change, including program evaluation and implementation. Prerequisite: Graduate Standing.

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