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  • welcome | College of Public Service & Community Solutions
    MNpS program evaluation M S public administration MPA public policy MPP public safety leadership administration MPSLA social work MSW sustainable tourism MAS community resources and development Ph D criminology criminal justice Ph D public administration and policy Ph D public administration and policy urbanism Ph D social work Ph D minors certificates executive continuing education ASU Online ASU around Arizona admissions how to apply financial aid and scholarships schedule a visit request information graduate students transfer students transfer student orientation resources for veterans resources for former foster youth student life campus life get involved student organizations internships student achievements study abroad academic advising summer classes research initiatives centers institutes global engagement Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders 2015 Mandela Washington Fellows faculty faculty directory faculty awards about message from the dean leadership advisory council our schools transforming communities news news archives events convocation career internship fair signature events day of service speaker series past talks democracy conference jobs pursue a degree in public service request information be the solution Outstanding Grads 2015 Video of Outstanding Grads 2015 choose a path join our community The College of Public Service Community Solutions We are committed to service dedicated to research and learning that addresses social problems and are deeply engaged in the community enabling us to be a part of the solution we want to see in the world latest news ASU professor examines data from Missouri police officer stops Scott Decker a Foundation Professor in the ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is the lead author of a new report analyzing police stops in Missouri ASU names 4 faculty as Regents Professors for 2014 2015 Flavio Marsiglia professor in the School of Social Work and director of the Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center has been named ASU Regents Professor the

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  • degrees & programs | College of Public Service & Community Solutions
    student life campus life get involved student organizations internships student achievements study abroad academic advising summer classes research initiatives centers institutes global engagement Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders 2015 Mandela Washington Fellows faculty faculty directory faculty awards about message from the dean leadership advisory council our schools transforming communities news news archives events convocation career internship fair signature events day of service speaker series past talks democracy conference jobs degree programs degree programs undergraduate graduate minors certificates executive continuing education ASU Online ASU around Arizona what solutions will you create Our programs span the spectrum of public service Whatever your passion you will find it here Through our four schools School of Community Resources and Development School of Criminology and Criminal Justice School of Public Affairs and School of Social Work you will find not only leading academic programs but the chance to put your ideas in to action today We value cross disciplinary ideas and give you the tools and hands on learning opportunities to make your dreams a reality And we know that navigating a large university can be challenging Our advisors will help you determine the best plan of action and we have a dedicated scholarship and financial aid coordinator for students in our College If you are a Freshman Get ready to be a part of the ASU experience You will be joining a group of faculty students and staff truly that are as committed to effecting change as you are We ll challenge you to take on a problem that is important to you and throughout your time with ASU you ll have a chance to test ways to find a solution Transfer student You ll be joining the largest transfer student group at ASU when you join our College We have dedicated

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  • undergraduate | College of Public Service & Community Solutions
    council our schools transforming communities news news archives events convocation career internship fair signature events day of service speaker series past talks democracy conference jobs undergraduate programs Arizona State University s College of Service Community Solutions offers a variety of related degree programs through our four schools Take a look at what we have to offer including required courses prerequisites and career opporunities for your desired field of study Community Advocacy and Social Policy BA The BA in community advocacy and social policy focuses on advocacy strategies by exploring analyzing and comparing social service systems and policies in depth and from an empowerment perspective Community Sports Management B S The community sports management degree focuses on the many roles recreational and amateur sports play within a community as a mechanism to contribute to quality of life domestically and abroad Criminology and Criminal Justice B S The criminology and criminal justice program is for students who want to understand the causes of crime the role of criminal justice agencies in the control of crime and the consequences of crime Emergency Management B A S The degree in emergency management opens the door to a challenging career as a professional emergency manager Nonprofit Leadership and Management B S Through the bachelor of science in nonprofit leadership and management program you will be empowered to become a successful professional who works to advance the quality of life in communities Parks and Recreation Management B S The bachelor in science in parks and recreation management provides an interdisciplinary education in the management of parks protected areas community based recreation services and special event management Parks and Recreation Management Therapeutic Recreation B S The therapeutic recreation program is designed for students with an interest in providing therapeutic interventions and adaptive recreation services for individuals with social problems illnesses and disabling conditions Public Service and Public Policy B S The bachelor of science in public service and public policy prepares you for work in all levels of government and nonprofit organizations through comprehensive coverage of topics in public policy public leadership and management and urban studies Social Work B S W The bachelor s degreee in social work provides you with a strong foundation across roles such as advocacy referral case management and problem solving functions with individuals groups families organizations and the community Tourism Development and Management B S Through the bachelor of science in tourism development and management you acquire the planning and management skills related to the growth and development of tourism throughout the world Tourism Development and Management Resort and Hotel Leadership B S A concentration in resort and accommodations leadership will provide you with an academic option to study in depth the resort and accommodations system and gain knowledge of the importance of the business relationships between suppliers intermediaries and vendors guests and the public and private sectors Tourism Development and Management Sustainable Tourism B S In this program you will take courses offered by the School of Sustainability in addition

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  • community advocacy and social policy | College of Public Service & Community Solutions
    M S criminal justice M A criminology and criminal justice M S emergency management and homeland security MA nonprofit studies MNpS program evaluation M S public administration MPA public policy MPP public safety leadership administration MPSLA social work MSW sustainable tourism MAS community resources and development Ph D criminology criminal justice Ph D public administration and policy Ph D public administration and policy urbanism Ph D social work Ph D minors certificates executive continuing education ASU Online ASU around Arizona admissions how to apply financial aid and scholarships schedule a visit request information graduate students transfer students transfer student orientation resources for veterans resources for former foster youth student life campus life get involved student organizations internships student achievements study abroad academic advising summer classes research initiatives centers institutes global engagement Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders 2015 Mandela Washington Fellows faculty faculty directory faculty awards about message from the dean leadership advisory council our schools transforming communities news news archives events convocation career internship fair signature events day of service speaker series past talks democracy conference jobs community advocacy social policy BA undergraduate community advocacy and social policy community sports management criminology and criminal justice emergency management nonprofit leadership and management parks and recreation management parks and recreation management therapeutic recreation public service and public policy social work tourism development and management urban and metropolitan studies The BA in community advocacy and social policy focuses on advocacy strategies by exploring analyzing and comparing social service systems and policies in depth and from an empowerment perspective Emphasis will be on examining the needs of individuals families and communities that have been historically underserved Policy analysis and social change will be critical themes in developing an advocacy knowledge base as are the equally important themes of prevention and social well

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  • emergency management | College of Public Service & Community Solutions
    recreation management parks and recreation management therapeutic recreation public service and public policy social work tourism development and management urban and metropolitan studies graduate community resources and development M S criminal justice M A criminology and criminal justice M S emergency management and homeland security MA nonprofit studies MNpS program evaluation M S public administration MPA public policy MPP public safety leadership administration MPSLA social work MSW sustainable tourism MAS community resources and development Ph D criminology criminal justice Ph D public administration and policy Ph D public administration and policy urbanism Ph D social work Ph D minors certificates executive continuing education ASU Online ASU around Arizona admissions how to apply financial aid and scholarships schedule a visit request information graduate students transfer students transfer student orientation resources for veterans resources for former foster youth student life campus life get involved student organizations internships student achievements study abroad academic advising summer classes research initiatives centers institutes global engagement Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders 2015 Mandela Washington Fellows faculty faculty directory faculty awards about message from the dean leadership advisory council our schools transforming communities news news archives events convocation career internship fair signature events day of service speaker series past talks democracy conference jobs emergency management BAS undergraduate community advocacy and social policy community sports management criminology and criminal justice emergency management nonprofit leadership and management parks and recreation management parks and recreation management therapeutic recreation public service and public policy social work tourism development and management urban and metropolitan studies the field growing profession with projected rate of 20 percent or more per year plan for and manage consequences of natural or man made disasters develop continuity plans and help build strong communities career opportunities emergency management directors homeland security professionals security managers student opportunities one

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  • graduate degree programs | College of Public Service & Community Solutions
    might be made in these settings Community Resources and Development M S The master s program prepares students to analyze and understand critical topics and issues pertinent to the fields of tourism parks and recreation management nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations and sustainable communities Community Resources and Development Nonprofits NGOs M S Community Resources and Development Parks Recreation Management M S Community Resources and Development Sustainable Communities M S Community Resources and Development Tourism M S Criminal Justice M A This degree program provides you with advanced training in program planning and management policy analysis and program evaluation Criminology and Criminal Justice M S The MS in criminology and criminal justice is a research degree designed to provide you with a high level of theoretical and empirical knowledge about crime and criminal justice Emergency Management and Homeland Security M A Based upon integrative science this degree transcends the confining boundaries of traditional programs and emphasizes the systems approach Nonprofit Studies MNpS As a student in this program you will explore research theory and innovative nonprofit practice that advances individual and societal goals for social cultural environmental educational and economic development Program Evaluation M S This program is designed to provide graduate level instruction and experience in conducting evaluation research with training in a broad spectrum of evaluation research methods Public Administration MPA The MPA is an interdisciplinary professional degree program designed to prepare you for public service public management and policy analysis at the local state and national levels of government Public Administration Emergency Management MPA The concentration in emergency management prepares graduates for a challenging career as a professional emergency manager This program allows students to focus on concerns related to emergency management within the larger field of public administration Public Administration Nonprofit Administration MPA The concentration in nonprofit administration is intended for professionals who work in or desire to work in the nonprofit sector and who wish to explore research theory and the practice of management and leadership in the nonprofit sector Public Administration Urban Management MPA The urban management concentration provides knowledge and skills for those seeking careers in local urban government management and enables students to develop the skills and techniques used by city and urban leaders and managers Public Policy MPP The master s in public policy program will prepare you for professional careers as policy analysts and leaders in public service involved in the formulation approval implementation and evaluation of public policy at all levels of government and in the private and nonprofit sectors Public Policy Environmental Policy MPP With a concentration in environmental policy you will have the knowledge base and skills to bring sustainability solutions to corporate government and nonprofit sectors Public Policy Policy Informatics MPP This concentration emphasizes theories and research concerning decision making complexity theory and visualization of quantitative and qualitative information collective intelligence behavioral economics and persuasive technologies Public Policy Science Technology Policy MPP This concentration emphasizes theories and research concerning the role of science in decision making complexity theory

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  • emergency management and homeland security, MA | College of Public Service & Community Solutions
    Ph D public administration and policy urbanism Ph D social work Ph D minors certificates executive continuing education ASU Online ASU around Arizona emergency management and homeland security MA pursuing your degree at ASU The Master of Arts in Emergency Management and Homeland Security is offered by the College of Public Service Community Solutions through ASU Online The program can be completed in as little as one year The MA degree blends concepts of public policy and management criminal justice science and technology to enhance and foster critical thinking This degree transcends boundaries of traditional programs and emphasizes a systems approach More specifically an all hazards all threats orientation provides the student with a generalist perspective which is critically important for today s and tomorrow s disaster managers A culminating experience is expected which is a mentored applied project tying theory to practice By the end of the program you will have an understanding of the dominant theories and practices in the general area of emergency management and homeland security You will be able to use current regulations laws and best applicable practices within the field to develop protection mitigation and preparedness measures to prevent and or minimize societal impacts of natural and man made disasters You will be able to employ necessary management and leadership skills to respond to and recover from these disasters program details The required core classes emphasize knowledge and skills all graduates must have Electives supplement core knowledge and allow you to customize your degree Program requires the following 30 credit hours including an applied project course CRJ 593 or PAF 593 required Core Courses 21 hours PAF 520 OR PAF 503 Public Management OR Public Affairs 3 PAF 560 Community Resilience and Recovery 3 PAF 552 Integrated Emergency Management 3 PAF 554 Homeland Security 3 PAF 555 Information Technology in Emergency Management 3 PAF 561 Interoperability for Emergency Managers 3 SWG 579 Critical Incident Stress Management 3 elective or research courses 6 hours required research course CRJ 511 Applied Data Analysis in Criminal Justice 3 electives choose one PAF 506 Public Budgeting and Finance 3 PAF 507 Public Human Resource Management 3 PAF 553 OR CRJ 554 553 Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction 3 CRJ 512 Seminar on Policing 3 CRJ 514 Seminar on Corrections 3 CRJ 516 Seminar in Criminal Justice Organization and Management 3 CRJ 520 Seminar on Violent Crime 3 CRJ 521 Seminar on the Nature of Crime 3 CRJ 522 Seminar on Gangs and Crime 3 CRJ 412 International Terrorism 3 CRJ 419 Domestic Terrorism 3 CRJ 598 Police and International Terrorism Israel study abroad program 3 NLM 545 Volunteer Resource Management 3 culminating experience 3 hours PAF 593 Applied Project 3 OR CRJ 593 Applied Project 3 Total required credit hours 30 admission requirements You must have a minimum of a bachelor s degree or equivalent from an accredited College or University of recognized standing in a related field such as criminology public administration psychology sociology applied sciences

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  • program evaluation, M.S. | College of Public Service & Community Solutions
    homeland security MA nonprofit studies MNpS program evaluation M S public administration MPA public policy MPP public safety leadership administration MPSLA social work MSW sustainable tourism MAS community resources and development Ph D criminology criminal justice Ph D public administration and policy Ph D public administration and policy urbanism Ph D social work Ph D minors certificates executive continuing education ASU Online ASU around Arizona program evaluation M S why this degree Arizona State University s Master of Science in Program Evaluation provides you with a solid grounding in the applied and conceptual tools of conducting program evaluations It is designed to provide graduate level instruction and experience in conducting evaluation research with training in a broad spectrum of evaluation research methods With increasing frequency organizations are required to demonstrate effectiveness of programs for continued funding and accountability to constituents This program was developed by the College of Public Service Community Solutions in response to the increasing demands for accountability in the public nonprofit and private sectors The demand for professionals trained in evaluation research is particularly strong in local and state government but is also increasingly critical for nonprofits and NGOs Upon graduation you will be a specialist in this area of research and your training will have broad applicability for public and private sector programs and policies as well as programs and policies initiated by nonprofit and non governmental organizations pursuing your degree at ASU You will receive instruction in program assessment and evaluation research methods quantitative techniques and policy analysis You will also choose advanced courses from quantitative methods qualitative methods or geospatial methods The final applied project requires an evaluation of a specific program policy or practice chosen from the cognate areas of specialization The program prepares you to conduct sound and methodologically appropriate program evaluations By the end of the program you will be able to successfully conduct a program evaluation using the appropriate research design methods and analysis You will have acquired the skills needed to work conduct evaluations in any number of specific fields program details The required core classes emphasize knowledge and skills all graduates must have Electives supplement core knowledge and allow you to customize your degree An advisor will assist you with selecting appropriate courses for your interests Program requires the following 30 credit hours including the required applied project course CRD 593 or CRJ 593 or PAF 593 Required Core Courses 6 hours Electives 18 hours Culminating Experience 6 hours CRD CRJ PAF 593 Applied Project Total required credit hours 30 admission requirements You must have a minimum of a bachelor s degree or equivalent from an accredited College or University of recognized standing in criminology and criminal justice social work public service nonprofit management parks and recreation management tourism management business education family studies public health education psychology or a related social or applied sciences field The minimum GPA requirement for the bachelor s degree must be equivalent to a 3 0 or B average in the last

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