CJ 233 Introduction to Security
F1B 2012 BL
Martinez, Jorge A.
Bachelor of Science Business Administration, Criminal Justice AdministrationMaster of Business Administration, Criminal Justice AdministrationMaster of Science of Information Technology Management
Building 614, Room 5
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
August 20, 2012 - October 14, 2012
8:00 - 1:00 PM
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
For CJ 233, all students will complete a consolidated essay which examines the following seven basic topical issues relating to the study of Introduction to Security:
The essay should provide complete and equitable treatment of all seven topical areas, but the issues and researched material should be integrated to provide a consolidated examination of the fundamental principles of security and loss prevention. The essay should contain the following technical components:
Written in APA or MLA Style
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment:
There will be two quizzes collectively valued at 12% of the total grade. In addition, students must complete a proctored mid-term and final examination with a value of 25% each. Core Assessment valued at 22%. Participation will factor 16% of the total grade. Additional class work may be assigned during the term as per the discretion of the facilitator. Example: Students with an excused absence will be required to submit an outline and a 300 word summary for each of the chapters covered in class. The make-up work must be sent via Park email to the Facilitator by the beginning of the next scheduled class meeting. Failure to submit the makeup work will result in one point deduction for participation.
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Late papers (Essays) will not be accepted. Students can, however, request extensions in advance if they cannot meet the assignment deadlines. If the request is approved, a new deadline will be agreed upon by student & facilitator. All assignments will be uploaded via E-companion drop box using the proper document file extension .doc or .docx.
Examination or quiz missed as a result of excused absence can be rescheduled within one week after the regularly scheduled exam date or at the earliest date circumstances allow.
Examination or quiz missed as a result of unexcused absence or tardiness will be recorded as an "F". There will be no examination retakes.
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