Drug Policy Management, Graduate CertificateView Checksheet
Minimum Total Hours: 12
Program Code: G328
The Graduate Certificate in Drug Policy Management emphasizes policy development within the rapidly evolving field of drug enforcement, offender diversion, decriminalization, and treatment. Nine hours of required coursework include Theoretical Foundations in Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice Policy Deployment and Substance Abuse and Crime. Three elective hours as approved by the faculty advisor and graduate liaison must also be applied to complete this certificate.
|LSCJ 5113||Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Justice||3|
|LSCJ 5133||Criminal Justice Policy Development||3|
|LSCJ 5413||Substance Abuse and Crime in the United States||3|
|Complete 3 graduate elective hours as approved by the faculty advisor and graduate liaison. Options include:||3|
|Victimology and Restorative Justice|
|Community Corrections in the 21st Century|
|Restorative Justice Programs for Drug Offenders|
|Human Trafficking and Prostitution|
|Drug Enforcement Operations and Management|
|Global Drug Trafficking, Narco-Terrorism, and United States Drug Policy|
|Gangs in the United States|
|Program Development Implementation and Evaluation|
|Drugs and the Brain|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
A graduate certificate is not a graduate degree. A graduate degree represents a program of independent inquiry beyond the depth of coursework alone, while a graduate certificate represents a set of courses only.
- All courses must be taken at OU. No transfer credit will apply.
- No course substitutions are permitted for graduate certificates.
- Coursework applied to a graduate certificate cannot be more than five years old as of the semester the graduate certificate is awarded.
- Students must earn a grade point average of 3.00 or higher on all coursework applied to the graduate certificate.