The 18 credits minor in Criminal Justice aligns precisely with the goals and objectives of the South Florida law enforcement practitioners. It is designed to introduce Criminal Justice professionals to the theories, concepts, and best practices of contemporary Criminal Justice functions at local, state, and federal levels. To those who are seeking an accelerated approach to enhance their promotional opportunities in the field of Justice, this program will meet their professional and educational goals.

The criminal justice minor offers students the opportunity to study and criminal justice while pursuing a major in a leadership and management degree.



  • Advanced and specialized seminars and workshops facilitated by the participating justice professional
  • Examines the purpose and role of today’s law enforcement system, as well as modern day challenges.
  • Flexible and convenient 4 week classes
  • Prior college credits from accredited schools accepted
  • Offered fully online
  • Program is flexible and convenient


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General Education Requirements 42 credits
Program Requirements 9 credits

ORG 204 Fiscal Accountability for Organizational Leadership
ORG 205 Selected Statistical Procedures
POR 300 Adult Development and Life Assessment

Major Requirements 39 credits

COM 4108 Critical Communication for the Professional World
ORG 305 Socio-economic Resources for Organizational Leadership
ORG 311 Organizational Fiscal Resource Administration
ORG 320 Organizational Law
ORG 323 Staffing and Employee Development
LDR 3180 Organizational Behavior
ORG 332 Organizational Promotion
ORG 490 Strategic Policy and Planning
ORG 499A Action Research Project A
ORG 499B Action Research Project B
PHI 3641 Business Ethics
INP 4105 Psychology of Work
SOC 460D Conflict and Conflict Resolution

General Electives 30-45 credits

(Select courses in consultation with your advisor)

Specialization 18 Credits

CCJ 1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3

CJC 3011 Corrections 3
CJE 3110 Law Enforcement Systems 3
CJL 3510 Courts and Criminal Justice System 3
CCJ 3644 White Collar Crime 3
CCJ 4934 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice 3



Featured Professor:
Dr. Debbie Goodman
(O) 305-474-6003
Academic Credentials: Ed.D. from St. Thomas University, Leadership and Innovation; MS, Florida International University, Criminal Justice; BS, Florida State University, Criminology

Program Director:
Dr. Patricia L. Bloodworth
(O) 305.623.2359 | (C): (786) 761-3138

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