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Learning Objectives

UNG is participating in Complete College Georgia (CCG) initiatives created by Governor Deal.  These initiatives include a statewide effort to increase attainment of a high quality certificate or college degree.

An explanation of CCG:

One method of accomplishing this goal is by shortening the time to degree completion and providing college course credit for prior learning experiences (PLE).   Criminal justice students can potentially receive college course credit for learning that occurs in the field without actually enrolling and completing the course on campus.

To receive PLE credit, the student will be required by the University to complete a prior learning assessment portfolio (PLA).  The portfolio will demonstrate which course the student is seeking credit as well as require the student to provide evidence in the form of documentation, testing, training, etc. that demonstrates the student has meet the requirements of the course.  

A completed PLA will be reviewed by the Criminal Justice faculty, who are subject matter experts, to determine if credit for the course should be awarded to the student. 

The PLA process is based on course descriptions and Bloom’s taxonomy


CRJU Courses - Learning Objectives

CRJU 1100 - Intro to Criminal Justice

  • Remember the basic concept, structure, and scope of the criminal justice system in America
  • Analyze the types of crime and methods by which it is measured
  • Understand the history and existing issues related to the criminal justice system and the rule of law
  • Understand the police role, the judicial system’s function, and correctional techniques used in dealing with offenders
  • Evaluate the public’s attitude toward the offender, the resulting contemporary trends in policing and procedure, and the evolution of the criminal justice system in the United States

CRJU 2002 -- Intro to Law Enforcement

  • Understand the origins and development of law enforcement in the United States
  • Analyze the basic structure, function, procedures and responsibilities of law enforcement
  • Evaluate the issues faced by police; including diverse populations, technology, and implementation of new policing strategies
  • Analyze how the Constitution impacts law enforcement processes and procedure
  • Understand the standards and process of recruitment, selection, and training in law enforcement

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