CJ 440 Internship in Crim Just
F2B 2009 BL
Kirk, Diana M.
Bachelors - Management of CISMasters - Management and Leadership
N/A - available on scheduled class dates - Tues/Thurs
5:00pm - 10:00pm
Oct 23, 2009 - Dec 11, 2009
5:00 - 10:00 PM
Permission of Department Chair. Students must have contact several times during the semester with the instructor at pre-arranged times.
No text is required. Instructors may have libraries of books about careers in criminal justice which may be borrowed, or they may have information about websites dealing with careers in criminal justice. Instructors have experiences in many aspects of criminal justice and can provide direction to students.
Textbooks can be purchased through the MBS bookstore
Textbooks can be purchased through the Parkville Bookstore
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Educational Philosophy: The Criminal Justice Department wants students to have a meaningful and memorable practical experience, which supplements classroom learning experiences. The Department expects students to keep a journal of their work activities and to analyze the experiences in the context of classroom learning. Hopefully, internships will lead students further into the areas explored or at least be a worthwhile experience in a complementary career path.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Class Assessment: Successful students will:
1. Find a suitable agency to complete the required internship hours.
2. Complete the Attached CJ440 document A in which the student and the supervisor in the selected
agency agree to the duties by both signing. Submit the completed document A to the Chair of the
Department of Criminal Justice Administration for approval of the internship.
3. Maintain a journal of the internship. Weekly entries should be made. Include in the
journal thoughts about the activities participated in. This journal should be attached to the final
student applied the knowledge, skills, and principles presented in classroom setting, and
feelings about the experiences. Attach the journal to the final paper. Your paper should include
a cover/title page, and introduction, main body and conclusion. Your paper should be written
performance in the internship by the end of the semester.
Complete required number of hours and receive a positive letter from the supervisor 50%
Attendance (e-mail) and participation on scheduled class dates 10%
Submit a journal in a timely manner (with paper) 20%
Write a six-page paper about the internship experience 20%
The following grade scale is used to establish the student's letter grade for the course:
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Failure to report during scheduled times will be counted as absences and will result in the lowering of a grade. Late journals or final papers will result in an incomplete. All materials, including letters from the internship supervisor, must be submitted to your instructor by the last day of the last night of class for the semester/term.
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
Attend class on scheduled dates listed in the syllabus. Participate in class discussions with classmates and the professor.
Course Topic/Dates/Assignments: Students have three required discussions with their instructor and/or classmates.
Class meeting dates:
Students must submit a six page, computer-generated paper. The student paper should contain:
1) Title Page (Should not be included as one of the 6 required pages)
4) A discussion of the positive and negative experiences of the internship, and;
5) Conclusions about how the internship fits into student coursework at this point in his/her
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Attendance Policy:Instructors are required to maintain attendance records and to report absences via the online attendance reporting system.
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