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Important Update:

The University of Central Oklahoma physical campus will be closed to all but essential employees through May 31.
Alternative instructional delivery methods will be used for the rest of the spring semester, May intersession courses and summer blocks I and II. Many university services will continue to be available online. For more information, visit the university's COVID-19 website.

Courses offered every semester

  • CJ 1313 - Writing for CJ Professionals
  • CJ 1413 - Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
  • CJ 2413 - Careers & Technologies in Criminal Justice
  • CJ 2653 - Police Administration and Organization
  • CJ 3423 - Laws of Arrest, Search, and Seizure
  • CJ 3703 - Administration of Correctional Institutions
  • CJ 4003/5023 - Community Oriented Policing
  • CJ 4023/5043 - Modern Criminal Investigations 
  • CJ 4033/5033 - Critical Issues in Criminal Justice
  • CJ 4043 - Introduction to Criminal Justice Statistics
  • CJ 4063/5063 - Innovation in Corrections and Penology 
  • CJ 4113/5113 - Research Methods in Criminal Justice 
  • CJ 4633/5633 - Terrorism & Homeland Security 

Courses offered in Fall only

  • CJ 2213 - Introduction to Crime and Intelligence Analysis
  • CJ 4203/5203 - Dangerous/Violent Offenders 
  • CJ 4533/5533 - White Collar Crime 
  • CJ 5233 - Writing and Evaluating Research
  • CJ 5013 - Juvenile Justice Systems Mgmt, & Admin
  • CJ 5053 - Principles of Management in Criminal Justice Organizations
  • CJ 5223 - Design & Analysis in Criminal Justice Research
  • CJ 5543 - Technologies in Crime Analysis
  • CJ 5553 - Crime Analysis Fieldwork

Courses offered in Spring only

  • CJ 4523/5523 - Cyber Crime
  • CJ 5153 - Research and Planning
  • CJ 5253 - Crime and Intelligence Analysis
  • CJ 5643 - Advanced Crime Theory
  • CJ 5333 - Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
  • CJ 5353 - Environ. Criminology & Crime Analysis
  • CJ 5833 - Pro-seminar in Criminal Justice

Courses available by special arrangement

  • CJ 4900/5900 - Practicum in Criminal Justice 
  • CJ 4940 - Field Study in Criminal Justice 
  • CJ 4950/5950 - Internship in Criminal Justice