Catalog 2014-2015


Law Enforcement Electives

The Law Enforcement internship is designed to give students practical experience in the field prior to graduation. Students interested in completing an internship will learn current skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behavior pertinent to professional development. This course is designed to prepare students to enter the workforce. Students must complete 120 contact hours at their internship placement to receive 3 credit hours. Prior to beginning the internship, students will be required to complete a resume, internship enrollment form, liability release, personal statement, and a plan for completion of internship. For more information, contact  Dr. Cherly Furdge, Program Chair at or (940) 498-6238.

Select from list below:

CJCR1304             Probation and Parole

CJSA1393             Introduction to Forensics

CJSA1393             Wrongful Conviction

CJSA1393             Drug Crime in Society

CJSA2388             Internship

CJSA2382             Cooperative Education