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CROL531. Foundations of Justice Administration

This course is an overview of all the knowledge and skills of an administrator in the justice system. These skills include the ability to budget an organization with monetary limitation, the aptitude to know what needs the public has at a given time, and the resources to form professional integration and evaluation plans for new policy. This course will also be an overview of professional administrative ethics and morals, and an analysis of effective managerial processes as it pertains to civil liability. (3 credit hours)