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  • MyCAA - My Career Advancement for Military Spouses
    active on the MyCAA website you will need to upload the courses you plan to take at Fayetteville State University 3 Register for courses You can register online through the Banner Portal or by contacting your Academic Advisor 4 Request MyCAA funding for your courses Before the start date of each course you will need to go onto MyCAA to request the funding for the course s you plan to take If you have questions please contact your MyCAA Education Counselor Please review Things to remember when requesting MyCAA funding Please note MyCAA does not cover any fees Ex Technology Fee Class Fee Books etc The Post 9 11 GI Bill and MyCAA funding are not refundable to students If a student is planning on using MyCAA funding you cannot use it with the Chap 33 Post 9 11 GI Bill within the same semester 5 Submit FA MyCAA form to the FSU Third Party Billing office via kaube uncfsu edu In order for us to post the MyCAA funding to your student account you must submit your FA form to us Please review How to Print your MyCAA FA form Note For information regarding funding of MyCAA click here

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/ftbraggcampus/mycaa (2016-02-17)
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  • Staff
    Parks Program Advisor uparks uncfsu edu Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville NC 28301 910 672 1111 A Constituent Institution of The University of North Carolina Contact Us Quick Links myBronco Portal A to Z Academic Advisement Banner

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/sjafb/staff (2016-02-17)
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  • About Criminal Justice
    and the Department of Criminal Justice continues that tradition We offer a high quality program in an inclusive and nurturing environment Read More History The Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice first established at Fayetteville State University in 1985 is currently home to approximately 400 undergraduate majors Read More Mission The mission of the Department is to contribute to human understanding of crime and criminal justice Our goal for

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/criminal-justice/about (2016-02-17)
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  • Faculty and Staff
    L S A 672 1659 dbarlow uncfsu edu Melissa Barlow Professor Lauretta Taylor 316 672 1972 mbarlow uncfsu edu Sara Brightman Assistant Professor Lauretta Taylor 332 672 1478 sbrightm uncfsu edu Joe Brown Assistant Professor Lauretta Taylor 321 672 2276 jbrown25 uncfsu edu Darla Cole Lecturer Online dcole4 uncfsu edu Sherree Davis Dir of Office of Civic Engagement Service Learning Lauretta Taylor 314 672 2213 sdavis56 uncfsu edu Miriam DeLone Professor Department Chairperson Lauretta Taylor 319 672 2271 mdelone uncfsu edu Michael DeValve Associate Professor Lauretta Taylor 308 672 2191 mdevalve uncfsu edu Bonnie Grohe Associate Professor Interim Dir Office of Faculty Development Taylor Science Building 201A 672 1193 bgrohe uncfsu edu Lori Guevara Associate Professor Lauretta Taylor 323 672 2190 lguevara uncfsu edu Emily Lenning Associate Professor Graduate Coordinator Lauretta Taylor 333 672 2274 elenning uncfsu edu Karen McElrath Professor Lauretta Taylor 322 672 2193 kmcelra1 uncfsu edu Sandra Woodard Administrative Assistant Lauretta Taylor 318 672 1478 swoodard uncfsu edu Cesraea Rumpf Assistant Professor Lauretta Taylor 336 672 1177 crumpf uncfsu edu Zahra Shekarkhar Lecturer Lauretta Taylor 338 672 2880 zshekark uncfsu edu Angela Taylor Associate Professor Lauretta Taylor 324 672 2275 ataylo14 uncfsu edu Armand Quenum Lecturer 672

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/criminal-justice/faculty (2016-02-17)
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  • Undergraduate Program
    criminal justice A minor or set of free electives is required to supplement the major The department offers an online degree completion program in cooperation with the North Carolina Community College System Students may complete lower division classes online through the community college required upper division classes are offered online by Fayetteville State University The department also has dual enrollment agreements with selected North Carolina community colleges which enable students

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/criminal-justice/undergraduate-program (2016-02-17)
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  • Online BS Degree Completion Program
    Courses and Faculty Course Offerings are avaible in Banner Letter from the Department Chair Why FSU Online Theory in Action Program History Program Accreditation The Criminal Justice program was certified by Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences on March 12 2009 How Does Online Learning Work To view a sample online course go to the Blackboard course area and enter crjcguest as the username and password Request Information View FSU semester

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/criminal-justice/online-bs-degree-completion-program (2016-02-17)
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  • Graduate Program
    to obtain professional managerial and research positions in a variety of justice related fields and or pursue doctoral degrees in criminal justice or criminology The program requires a minimum of 33 semester hours of graduate study in criminal justice The Master of Science in Criminal Justice program can be either completely on line completely in residence or a combination of both Degrees Offered Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice MS in

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/criminal-justice/graduate-program (2016-02-17)
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  • CRJC Course Syllabi
    Intro to Corrections CRJC 220 02 Intro to Corrections CRJC 220 50 Intro to Corrections CRJC 220 D1 Intro to Corrections CRJC 222 01 Community Corrections CRJC 230 01 Criminal Evidence CRJC 300 01 Criminal Law CRJC 300 45 Criminal Law CRJC 302 01 Prisons and Society CRJC 302 D1 Prisons and Society CRJC 304 01 Criminological Theory CRJC 304 02 Criminological Theory CRJC 304 D1 Criminological Theory CRJC 304 D2 Race Class Gender in CRJC CRJC 305 D1 Race Class Gender in CRJC CRJC 305 45 Race Class Gender in CRJC CRJC 311 01 CRJC Organiztions Mgmt Admin CRJC 311 D1 CRJC Organizations Mgmt Admin CRJC 311 60 CRJC Organizations Mgmt Adm CRJC 313 01 Victimology CRJC 313 45 Victimology CRJC 313 D1 Victimology CRJC 314 01 Criminal Justice Research Method CRJC 314 02 Criminal Justice Research Method CRJC 314 D1 Criminal Justice Research Method CRJC 314 50 Criminal Justice Research Method CRJC 315 01 Criminal Justice Statistics CRJC 315 02 Criminal Justice Statistics CRJC 315 D1 Criminal Justice Statistics CRJC 315 46 Criminal Justice Statistics CRJC 325 01 Drugs and Crime CRJC 325 45 Drugs and Crime CRJC 325 D1 Drugs and Crime CRJC 333 01 Police Society CRJC 333 D1 Police Society CRJC 333 D2 Police Society CRJC 335 01 Media Crime CRJC 335 D1 Media Crime CRJC 340 01 White Collar Crime CRJC 340 D1 CRJC 345 01 Criminal Justice Leadership CRJC 345 D1 Criminal Justice Leadership CRJC 351 01 Special Problems in CRJC Criminology CRJC 351 D1 Spec Problems in CRJC Criminology CRJC 351 46 2nd 8wk Special Problems in CJ CRJC 351 01 Special Problems in CJ CRJC 355 01 Crime Prevention CRJC 355 45 Crime Prevention CRJC 355 D1 Crime Prevention CRJC 361 01 Comparative Criminal Justice CRJC 361 D1 Comparative Criminal Justice

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/criminal-justice/syllabi (2016-02-17)
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