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Certificate in Forensic Criminology and Criminal Justice Systems

The certificate is designed for students with current or potential careers in the fields of criminal justice, public health, law and paralegal studies, and correctional law enforcement, counseling and administration who wish to expand their expertise. This certificate is appropriate for the fields of criminal justice, nursing/ public health, law and paralegal studies, forensic psychology, and social work.

Requirements for the Certificate in Forensic Criminology and Criminal Justice Systems (3 credits each)

CRJ

630

Victimology

CRJ

640

Profiling Violent Crimes

CRJ

655

Advanced Deviant Behavior

CRJ

660

Advanced Criminology

CRJ

820

Forensic Health Issues, the Law & the Criminal Justice System
Total   15 Credits


Gainful Employment Program Disclosures

Pursuant with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and other related regulations we are provided the following disclosures:
Advanced Certificate in Forensic Criminology
Iona College 6-digit OPEID: 002737
Program Name and Length: Advanced Certificate in Forensic Criminology, 15 credits
Department of Education 6-digit CIP for program: 40.9999
CIP Program Description: Physical Sciences, Other
Program Level: Post Graduate Certificate
Program length in months: 18
  • Occupations (by name and Standard Occupational Classification code) that the program prepares students to enter:
    • Natural Sciences Managers 11-9121
    • Postsecondary Teachers, All Other 25-1199
  • Program cost information is available on your institution's website.
  • On-time Completion Rate: Pursuant to federal law, the number of students who completed this GE Program during the award year was less than ten (10), and for privacy reasons, we cannot publicly disclose on-time completion rate.
  • Job Placement Rates for Students Completing the Program: Not required to report.
  • Debt at Program Completion: Pursuant to federal law, the number of students who completed this GE Program during the award year was less than ten (10), and for privacy reasons, we cannot publicly disclose debt at program completion.