CRJ 400 Criminal Justice Seminar
An upper level seminar course specifically designed for the Criminal Justice student. This seminar primarily deals with a career-oriented study of various federal, state and local criminal justice departments/agencies. The course focuses on both the organizational structure and personnel policies of the respective departments /agencies. Some of the major areas of concentration will include recruitment and selection procedures, minorities in law enforcement, and inter-agency relationships within the Criminal Justice System. The course identifies the importance of specific recruiting policies and interagency relationships within Criminal Justice on employment.