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CJS 401 Program Evaluation 3.0 Credits

This course will examine research designs and statistical methods often used when evaluating criminal justice programs or policies. The course will focus mostly on the conceptual, rather than the applied, giving students an opportunity to begin to synthesize the methods and techniques to which they were exposed in the previous methods and analytics courses. During the course, students will develop a proposal to conduct an evaluation of a policy and/or program, using a research design that meets the benchmarks of scientificquality; and they will incorporate several research and analytics strategies they learned in previous courses.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CJS 250 [Min Grade: C] and CJS 300 [Min Grade: C] and CJS 330 [Min Grade: C]

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