CRJ 630 Managerial Finance for Criminal Justice
The course provides fundamental skills associated with public budgeting and finance. It covers the basic principle and logic of public finance (why markets fail, the public/private line,
provision/production); Organization and management of budget process; Federal, state, local budget processes; Basic methods for preparation, analysis, control, managing, and audit of budgets; Capital budgets; Concepts
of performance measurement and e budgets; Budget classifications; Time value (PV, FV); Basics of revenue systems and standards for evaluation.