Students are also encouraged to explore elective concentrations in other graduate programs of student

Criminology/Criminal Justice

ICONCENTRATION IN CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE:

Students must take both of the following courses:

CRIM 540 - Ethics in Criminal Justice 3 credits

CRIM 601 - Seminar: Criminological Theories 3 credits

Students must also take one of the following courses:

CRIM 604 - Seminar: Police Problems and Practices 3 credits

CRIM 607 - Seminar: Law and Society 3 credits

CRIM 630 - Seminar in Corrections 3 credits

One additional Public Administration Elective (see above list) – 3 credits

Human Resource Development

CONCENTRATION IN HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT:

Students must take all of the following four courses:

HRD 605 - Developing Performance Based Occupational Curriculum 3 credits

HRD 670 - Systematic Design of Human Resource Development Programs 3 credits

HRD 675 - Leadership in Human Resource Development 3 credits

HRD 695 - Rationale and Evaluation of Human Resource Development Programs 3 credits

NOTE:

HRD 605, 670, and 695 must be taken in sequence. There are no pre-requisites for 675.

Public Health

CONCENTRATION IN PUBLIC HEALTH:

AHS 602 - Introduction to Public Health 3 credits

Choose two of the following courses:

AHS 609 - Applied Communications in Health Professions 3 credits

AHS 612 - Epidemiology 3 credits

AHS 614 - Principles of Environmental Health 3 credits

AHS 617 - Health Behavior Theories 3 credits

AHS 619 - Seminar: Advanced Health Program Planning and Coordination 3 credits

AHS 628 - Seminar: Advanced Program Evaluation in Health Professions 3 credits

One additional Public Administration Elective (see above list) – 3 credits

NOTE:

AHS 602 is a pre-requisite for all other courses. After successful completion of AHS 602, you may use the following options for the concentration:

  1. Choose two courses from AHS 612, 614, and 617 (in any order)
  2. AHS 619 and AHS 628 (completed in that order)

Genomic Advocacy

Students are also encouraged to take courses in the Certificate of Genomic Advocacy program in order to gain a better understanding of scientific, ethical, policy, and public health questions surrounding the use of genomics. You can find information on the Certificate in the Genomic Advocacy web page.