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1 Steps to Success Bachelor of Arts, Justice 1. PREPARE Make sure that you complete all of the following Justice Admission prerequisite course requirements early in the program with a minimum grade of D: JUST A110 Introduction to Justice JUST A200 Introduction to Research Methods in Justice JUST A201 Justice Data Analysis 2. APPLY You must submit an Application for Admission as a Bachelor of Arts degree-seeking student on UAOnline and declare Justice as your major at the beginning of the program. Students who have not met the Justice course requirements listed in step one for Admission are initially admitted as a Pre- Major in Justice. 3. FOLLOW THROUGH If you re admitted as a Justice BA pre-major, you should submit a Change of Major form to the Justice Center to indicate that you are changing your student status from a Pre-Major to a Full-Major after you have met the Admission Requirements for JUST A110, JUST A200, and JUST A201. YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GRADUATE WITH THIS BA DEGREE UNTIL YOU ARE OFFICIALLY ADMITTED AS A FULL-MAJOR. If you are unsure about your degree status, consult DegreeWorks or your advisor. 4. ADVISING Contact your assigned advisor to arrange for a meeting as soon as possible. Most of the courses have prerequisites and you will need to select the appropriate preparatory classes. 5. MONITOR DegreeWorks each semester to verify your progress toward graduation. Prior to registration, consult your academic advisor about your class schedule or to answer any questions that you may have. UAA is an AA/EEO employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual: (Rev. 8/31/2017) (907)

2 Recommended Course Sequence Bachelor of Arts, Justice Year Semester Course or Requirement Credits Year Semester Course or Requirement Credits 1 Fall JUST A110 Introduction to Justice 3 3 JUST A330 Justice and Society 3 Written Communication Skills GER 3 Justice Selective (JUST A334, JUST A374, JUST A384) 3 Quantitative Skills GER 3 Fall JUST/LEGL Elective (any level) 3 2 Spring Fall Spring JUST A200 Intro to Rsrch Methods in Justice 3 JUST A360 Justice Theory and Policy Analysis 3 JUST/SOC A251 Crime and Delinquency 3 JUST/LEGL Elective ( level) 3 Written Communication Skills GER 3 Spring Tier 2 GER / Minor / Elective 3 Oral Communications GER 3 Tier 2 GER / Minor / Elective 3 JUST A201 Justice Data Analysis 3 4 Justice Selective (JUST A334, JUST A374, JUST A384) 3 JUST A315 Development of Law 3 JUST/LEGL Elective ( level) 3 Tier 2 GER / Minor / Elective 3 Fall Tier 2 GER / Minor / Elective 3 JUST/LEGL Elective (any level) 3 JUST/LEGL Elective ( level) 3 JUST/LEGL Elective ( level) 3 Tier 2 GER / Minor / Elective 3 Tier 2 GER / Minor / Elective 3 Spring Tier 2 GER / Minor / Elective 3 Tier 2 GER / Minor / Elective 3 UAA GER Integrative Capstone 3 A Bachelor of Arts in Justice requires 120 credits, 42 of which must be upper division ( level) courses. Justice majors must also complete a universityapproved minor in another discipline (18-21 credits) as part of their degree requirements. Refer to the UAA catalog for all requirements. UAA is an AA/EEO employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual: (907) (Rev. 8/31/2017)

3 Advising Sheet Bachelor of Arts, Justice Admission Requirements 1. Students must satisfy the University s Application and Admission Requirements for Baccalaureate Programs. 2. Students must complete JUST A110, JUST A200, and JUST A201 with a minimum grade of D. Program Requirements 1. Complete the following required core courses (21 credits): Course Credits Semester Grade JUST A110 Introduction to Justice 3 JUST A200 Introduction to Research Methods in Justice 3 JUST A201 Justice Data Analysis 3 JUST/SOC A251 Crime and Delinquency (Prerequisite: JUST A110 or SOC A101) 3 JUST A315 Development of Law (Prerequisite: JUST A110 or LEGL A101) 3 JUST A330 Justice and Society (Prerequisite: JUST A110) 3 JUST A360 Justice Theory and Policy Analysis (Prerequisites: JUST A110 & JUST A200 & JUST A201 & JUST/SOC A251) 2. Complete 2 of the following 3 Justice selective courses (6 credits): JUST A334 Police and Society (3) (Prerequisites: JUST A110 & JUST A200 & JUST A201) JUST A374 The Courts (3) (Prerequisite: JUST A110 or LEGL A101) JUST A384 Contemporary Corrections (3) ( Prerequisites: JUST A110 & JUST A200 & JUST A201) 3 3. ELECTIVES: Complete 18 credits of electives in Justice or Legal Studies; 12 of which must be upper division. Note: Legal Studies courses fulfill the Justice elective requirements. However, Legal Studies courses cannot be counted twice to meet both the requirements of the minor or major in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Arts in Justice. Only 6 credits of JUST A490 may be used to satisfy the Justice electives required for the Bachelor of Arts in Justice. 4. MINOR (18-21 credits): Complete the requirements for a university-approved minor in another discipline. Specific requirements for minors are listed in the university catalog by school or department. 5. EXIT EXAM: Complete the Justice Exit Examination. There is no minimum score required for graduation. Note: Students who also elect a minor or major in Legal Studies are required to meet the Legal Studies Exit Exam requirement for the minor or major. Refer to the UAA catalog for all requirements. 6. TOTAL CREDITS: A total of 120 credits is required for this degree; of which 42 credits must be upper division. Justice Honors The Justice Center awards departmental honors for outstanding achievement in the study of justice. Students majoring in Justice are eligible to graduate with Justice Honors upon satisfactory completion of all of the following requirements: 1. Meet the requirements for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Justice. 2. Earn a 3.20 or above cumulative GPA, and a 3.50 or above Justice major GPA. 3. Complete a Justice GER integrated capstone, e.g. JUST A460 or JUST A463, with an honor grade (A). 4. Notify the Justice Undergraduate Program Coordinator, in writing, of the intent to graduate with Justice Honors at the time of or before the submittal of an Application for Graduation. YES NO Name: UA ID: Advisor: Completed Exit Exam? UAA is an AA/EEO employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual: (Rev. 8/31/2017) (907)

4 JUST A110 Introduction to Justice Course Attributes: UAA Social Sciences GER. Survey of philosophies, functions and methods of social control with emphasis on role of law and those involved in its administration--police, courts, and correction organizations. Includes study of history, organization, processes, and problems related to law and justice agencies in a heterogeneous, democratic society. JUST A200 Introduction to Research Methods in Justice Introduces social science research methods used in justice studies, including explication of the scientific method, experimental and quasi-experimental designs, sampling, data collection methods, and analytical strategies. JUST A201 Justice Data Analysis Introduces students to descriptive statistical analysis and presentation of crime and justice data. Topics include measures of central tendency, dispersion, hypothesis testing and statistical significance. Data presentations focus on the production and interpretation of tables and graphs to impact justice policy and practice. JUST A210 Principles of Corrections Presents an overview of the field of corrections. Topics include theories of punishment and sentencing, history of the prison and jail, inmate prison life, inmate litigation, and the organization of prisons and staff. Issues of gender, race/ethnicity and class are integrated throughout the course. JUST A221 Justice Organization and Management Survey of organization and management of police, court, correctional and legal operations, agency roles, goals, structural arrangements and administrative practices; applicability of theory and research; techniques and instruments of organization and management; and principles of change. JUST A241 Business Law I Crosslisted with: BA A241. Introduction to business law. Covers topics such as the American legal system, dispute resolution, constitutional and government regulation of business, torts, contract laws and theory, international law, and business ethics. Special fees. JUST A242 Business Law II Crosslisted with: BA A242. Prerequisites: JUST A241 or BA A241. Continuation of Business Law I. Covers topics such as sales and leases, negotiables, debtor-creditor relations, agency, business organizations, and property protection. Special fees. JUST A251 Crime and Delinquency Crosslisted with: SOC A251. Prerequisites: JUST A110 or SOC A101. Course Attributes: UAA Social Sciences GER. Theoretical perspectives on the causes, consequences, and control of crime and delinquency. Survey of the major theoretical perspectives in the study of crime and delinquency with special attention to the application of empirical research methods to important theoretical issues. JUST A255 Criminal Investigation Introduces fundamentals of investigation. Topics include crime scene search and recording, collection and preservation of physical evidence, and scientific aids. Explores modus operandi, sources of information, interviews and interrogations, followup, and case preparation. Page 1 of 6 (907)

5 JUST A310 Introduction to Forensic Science Registration Restrictions: Junior standing. Provides an overview of forensic science and its relationship within the justice system. Focuses on the various areas of criminalistics, which typically involve the analysis done in government crime labs on physical evidence gathered in the course of a criminal investigation. JUST A315 Development of Law Registration Restrictions: Completion of Written Communication Skills GER for baccalaureate degrees with a minimum grade of D. Examines the philosophy and development of law in the United States from colonial times to the present. Explores American constitutional history and the role of the courts, the legislature and the executive branch in the lawmaking process. Analyzes legal developments as they relate to changing economic, political, social and intellectual trends. JUST A320 Crime Prevention Prerequisites: JUST A200 and JUST A201 and (JUST A251 or SOC A251). Examines primary, secondary, and tertiary crime prevention strategies and concepts. Explores in a multidisciplinary context the legal, moral and ethical considerations and problems of human and environmental manipulation. Emphasizes contemporary approaches to preventing criminal behavior. JUST A330 Justice and Society Course Attributes: UAA Social Sciences GER. The evolutionary influence of ideology, technology and social interests on the justice system. The dynamic impact of longterm emerging concepts such as 'equality' and 'privacy' will be viewed against the background of requirements of political and economic organization. JUST A332 Environmental Crime Prevention Prerequisites: JUST A200 and JUST A201 and (JUST A251 or SOC A251). Special Note: JUST A320 recommended. Examines the theoretical background to opportunity- reducing in environmental crime prevention. Explores the application and implementation of crime prevention through environmental design, defensible space, and problem-oriented policing. Illustrates the practical and policy difficulties of environmental crime prevention through the use of case studies and field work. JUST A334 Police and Society Provides a foundation in American policing. Examines the history, social organization, institutional contradictions and contemporary challenges of the police in the United States. Special emphasis given to the use of empirical research methods to advance our understanding of policing. JUST A340 Family Law Crosslisted with: LEGL A340. Studies federal and state statutes and judicial doctrines governing familial relationships. Emphasis on marriage, divorce, child custody, support, property rights, adoption and child protection. The impact of the Indian Child Welfare Act in Alaska family law is explored. Page 2 of 6

6 JUST A343 Constitutional Law Crosslisted with: PS A343. Prerequisites: JUST A110 or PS A101. Introduces students to American constitutional law through a study of the history of the Constitution and selected landmark Supreme Course cases. Topics covered are separation of powers, judicial review, civil rights and liberties, property and economic rights and others. JUST A352 Criminal Law and Procedure Registration Restrictions: LEGL A215 recommended. Crosslisted with: LEGL A352. Examines elements and functions of substantive criminal law together with constitutional, statutory and rules-based limits on law enforcement in the United States. Includes federal and state law of crimes, defenses, search and seizure, interrogations and confessions, identification, arrests and charging, right to counsel, right to jury, sentencing, and double jeopardy. JUST A355 Rural Justice Investigates rural crime and criminal justice. Examines the specific geographic, social and cultural characteristics of rural communities and how these factors influence the prevalence and nature of crime and criminal justice. Reviews and assesses competing theories of justice. Comparative analysis of rural crime and criminal justice in other countries, with emphasis given to other Circumpolar nations. JUST A356 Organized Crime Provides a review of the operations, structures, history and theories of organized crime in the United States and internationally. Emphasis is given to the implications of organized crime on the development of criminological theory and the impact organized crime has on the legal and criminal justice system in the United States. JUST A360 Justice Theory and Policy Analysis Prerequisites: JUST A110 and JUST A200 and JUST A201 and (JUST A251 or SOC A251). Critiques the essential theories underlying the operation of the justice system and analyzes contemporary policies within the framework of justice theory and policy. Analyzes the influence of politics and ideology on the operation of the justice system and evaluates the role of social science research evidence in formulating evidence-based justice policy. JUST A365 Comparative Justice Systems Compares and contrasts global justice systems and examines international problems related to crime and justice. JUST A366 Substance Use and Crime Registration Restrictions: Junior standing. Examines the relationship between alcohol use and a variety of criminal behaviors including assault, homicide, and drunken driving. Special consideration is given to legislative and environmental approaches for preventing the negative consequences of alcohol use. JUST A371 Cinematic Images of Justice Visual survey of how the cinema has portrayed the criminal justice system. Special attention devoted to discrepancies between scientific research findings and popular stereotypes portrayed by the media. Attention given to each component of the criminal justice system. Impact of fictionalized events and justice system action/ reaction will be juxtaposed with the reality of the justice system. Page 3 of 6

7 JUST A374 The Courts Examines the basic components of the U.S. courts with particular emphasis on case processing through the court system and the roles of court actors. Covers the history as well as the current structure and function of the court system and assesses the gap between the ideals and the realities of court processes and practices. JUST A375 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Registration Restrictions: Junior standing and above. Course Attributes: UAA Social Sciences GER. Examines the theory and practice of juvenile justice. Reviews changing conceptions of justice and their impact on their impact on policy and legal rights. Explores formal and informal responses to juvenile delinquency, with specific attention to gender, race, and ethnic disparities. JUST A384 Contemporary Corrections Reviews current theory, research and policy in the field of corrections and evaluates the operation of correctional policies using evidence-based standards of effectiveness. Issues analyzed range from examining contemporary explanations of American punishment policies to evaluating treatment and rehabilitation programs. JUST A398 Individual Research 1-6 Credits Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission required. Special Note: May be repeated for maximum of 6 credits. Applies substantive and methodological training to a selected justice topic under the direction of a supervising faculty member. Research activities may include, but are not limited to, conducting literature reviews; compiling bibliographies; formulating research hypotheses; developing research designs; collecting, entering and analyzing data; and interpreting findings. JUST A413 Communications Law Crosslisted with: JPC A413. Prerequisites: JUST A110 or [JPC A202 with a minimum grade of C]. Legal rights, privileges, and regulations of press, radio, television, Internet and films; libel, contempt, copyright, rights of privacy; decisions of regulatory bodies. Special fees. JUST A432 Crime Analysis and Mapping Registration Restrictions: Completion of all GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses, and junior or senior standing Prerequisites: (JUST A200 and JUST A201) with a minimum grade of C. Introduces analytical concepts and computer applications used in the study of temporal and spatial crime data. Demonstrates how these techniques can be used by justice agencies with a special emphasis given to police departments. Special fees. JUST A434 Police-Community Relations Registration Restrictions: Senior standing or instructor approval. Examines police-community relations in the United States. Explores common conceptions of the police role, from the perspective of both the public and the police themselves, and their impact on police-community relations. Particular emphasis is given to recent developments aimed at ameliorating strained relationships between the police and the various communities they serve. Page 4 of 6

8 JUST A443 Civil Liberties Registration Restrictions: Completion of all GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses, and junior or senior standing. Crosslisted with: LEGL A443. Prerequisites: JUST A315 or (JUST A343 or PS A343). Examines civil liberties in the United States with emphasis on the First Amendment, discrimination, the right to privacy and criminal justice. Focuses on Supreme Court cases and literature and considers various influences on legal analysis and judicial decision-making. JUST A444 Terrorism Prerequisites: JUST A110 and (JUST A251 or SOC A251). Examines contemporary and historical terrorist ideology, organization and tactics including international and domestic groups. Focuses on the balance of prevention, security and liberty. JUST A445 Probation, Parole and Community Corrections Covers the history and development of probation and parole, including notions of rehabilitation, reentry and reintegration. Investigates evidence-based standards, and numerous and diverse types of supervision, treatment, control, restoration and supportive programs for criminal offenders within the community. JUST A460 Justice in Crisis Registration Restrictions: Completion of all GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses, and senior standing. Prerequisites: JUST A110 and JUST A200 and JUST A201 and (JUST A251 or SOC A251). Critically examines various perspectives on justice and the ability of a society to maintain the ideal of justice. Compares conditions in different countries and investigates different social and historical conditions when justice was challenged. Analyzes the influence of culture, race/ethnicity and socioeconomic inequality on the operation of the American justice system. JUST A463 Biobehavioral Criminology Registration Restrictions: Completion of all GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses, and senior standing. Prerequisites: JUST A110 and JUST A200 and JUST A201 and (JUST A251 or SOC A251). Examines biobehavioral correlates of crime and ways these factors interact with socio-environmental and psychophysiological factors to impact crime. Analyzes historical and contemporary theories and research. Applies interacting factors to explain specific types of violent and non-violent criminal behavior. JUST A484 Corrections Theory and Policy Analyzes various issues and problems pertaining to the operation of correctional facilities with an emphasis on theory. Issues investigated include prison health care, inmate health, inmate violence and the practical day-to-day work of correctional staff. JUST A485 Tribal Courts and Alaska Native Rights Registration Restrictions: Completion of all GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses, and junior or senior standing. Crosslisted with: LEGL A485. Explores history and nature of Alaska Natives' legal relationship with state and federal governments, issues of tribal sovereignty in the United States and Alaska Native self-government. Studies the history and impact of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, and the operation of tribal courts in the United States with an emphasis on tribal courts in Alaska. Page 5 of 6

9 JUST A488 Research Practicum 1-6 Credits Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission required. Prerequisites: (JUST A110 and JUST A200 and JUST A201) with a minimum grade of B. Special Note: May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. Explores the application of research skills to the study of a problem in the justice field. May involve field research and related independent study. JUST A490 Contemporary Justice Issues 1-6 Credits Registration Restrictions: Junior standing. Special Note: May be repeated once for credit with a change in subtitle. A variable topics course which addresses current issues. Topics of national interest as well as those peculiar to Alaska will be included. JUST A495 Internship 1-6 Credits Registration Restrictions: Approval by internship coordinator. Special Note: May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. Specially arranged field experiences for advanced Justice majors and Paralegal Certificate students. Designed to expand knowledge and skills through supervised placements in justice, law and governmental settings. JUST A625 Seminar in Criminal Violation Applies theories of crime causation to specific types of criminal violations in a seminar format. Assesses methods of prevention and potential treatment of the violator. Includes crimes of violence, crimes against the public order, organized crime and white collar crime. JUST A630 Justice Administrative Theory and Practice Synthesizes policy development with theory and research in the administration of justice organizations. Analyzes theories, practices, innovations and administration strategies. JUST A640 Corrections Theory and Research Special Note: Offered as Demand Warrants. Reviews and assesses the historical development of corrections including the social and economic costs of imprisonment and the research evidence on effectiveness. Examines changes in punishment philosophy, contemporary correctional practice and the emergence of mass incarceration in the late 20th century. JUST A650 Policing Theory and Research Reviews and assesses prevailing theories of the historical development, social organization and behavior of police. Examines the role of police as a response to public safety and public health problems. Evaluates recent police reforms and the overall effectiveness of public policy efforts that place emphasis on a police response. JUST A670 Administrative Law Examines legal guidelines for adoption, enforcement, and adjudication of violations of agency regulations at federal, state, and local levels as exercised by public sector management. Analyzes legislative, executive, and judicial controls on agency action. Research project required. UAA is an AA/EEO employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual: Page 6 of 6

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