The Undergraduate Certificate in Criminal Justice Equity and Inclusion is a 12-credit-hour program developed for criminal justice working professionals as well as current students who plan to work in the field. Upon completion, graduates will be able to successfully recognize how issues of equity and inclusion apply to criminal justice professionals’ interactions with offenders, victims, and the general public as well as how these issues affect workforce-related matters in criminal justice.
Some courses may require a prerequisite. Check the required courses for this program.
|Length||12 Credit Hours|
|Required Courses||Undergraduate Certificate|
|Enrollment||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Tuition/Costs||Rates Per Semester|
Current SHSU Students
Current students have an opportunity to gain a valuable certificate upon completion of the courses.
To enroll, schedule an appointment or virtual drop-in with your advisor as soon as possible and let them know you would like to apply for this certificate program.