Drug Policy Management (Online), 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.
|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.