Master of Management and Science Course Description 

The Master of Management and Science program is designed to provide advance knowledge, skills and practical assimilation of the knowledge needed to be successful managers and leaders in the business and Science Communities. The research skills and knowledge acquired through the program allow students to be prepared for the challenges and competition associated with the business and science industries. The research work and practice acquired by the students prepared them to be well grounded and rounded for their profession and to get up to date knowledge of these industries. 

Criminal Justice – Select 7 Core courses below and 5 required courses from the management program – 36 Credits

CRJ 7000 Criminology: Theory and Practice (3)

This program aims to provide students with an overview of the discipline of criminology through a presentation of both the major theoretical models as well as the application of these models to a variety of criminal justice settings. Students will gain an understanding of the breadth of the field of criminology as well as an appreciation of the importance of theoretical models when developing research and programming within the criminal justice system.

CRJ 7010 Criminal Justice Policy (3)

This program is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal committed to the study of criminal justice policy through quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methodological approaches. This module is offered in both bachelors and masters. This program led by internationally renowned criminologists, diversity of staff expertise and research activities, inter-departmental collaboration between Social Policy, Law and Sociology. This course provides an opportunity to apply the concepts and theoretical perspectives from criminology, sociology and psychology to the subject of crime and the major criminal justice institutions.

CRJ 7020 Correctional Counseling (3)

This course is teaches under juvenile facility where students are taught to develop relapse-prevention plans, steer them toward acquiring education, provide counseling and teach job skills. This program comes under social work, criminal justice, psychology, or a related field. This course involve in working in a prison include training on how to recognize when an inmate is carrying a concealed weapon.

CRJ 7030 Drugs, Justice and Society (3)

This course focuses on the study of drugs, justice and society. This program examines drug use, drug misuse, and drug abuse from a criminal justice perspective. This is a sociological theory which teaches the social problems associated with drug use and the theoretical reasons for drug use and abuse. The objective of this course is to throw light on prominent figures, drug trafficking realities, and life-saving information as the book explores how drug use and abuse impact the criminal justice system. 

CRJ 7040 Cultural Diversity: issue in Law Enforcement (3)

This program teaches both negative and positive attributes that affect all aspects of the criminal justice system. This module elaborates problems with a culturally diverse jail and prison population is verbal and physical confrontations that take place between inmates and inmates, and inmates, and correctional staff. This course make understand students that one's culture can create a negative environment, and the result can be anything from verbal and physical abuse to sexual assaults causing disease, injury, and even death. 

CRJ 7050 Constitutional Law C.J (3)

Objective of this course is to explore constitutional justice by participating in regional conferences and seminars, by promoting experiences and case-law and by offering good services to members on their request. This program teaches exchanges of information and ideas between the long-established and new democracies are extremely important. This module is a normative theory of law has preoccupied the considerable talents of some of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries’ most impressive legal scholars. 

CRJ 7060 Criminal Courts and Professional Ethics (3)

This course is the practice of forensic advocacy before international courts and tribunals. This module teaches professional ethics to students teaches entire criminology court way. In this course students will learn that during the presentation of his case and also while acting before a court, an advocate should act in a dignified manner.