Select 2 Courses Listed Below BOS 3125 Hazardous Materials Management 3 BOS 4601 Accident Investigation 3 BOS 4520 Risk Management 3 BOS 4010 Safety Supervisor 3 BBA 3651 Leadership 3 BOS 3301 Fleet Safety 3 BOS 3751 Training and Development 3 Occupational Safety and Health Electives 24 Professional Electives Students may select professional electives from courses not used to meet other requirements. Students must take into consideration the 36 semester hour upper division requirement when selecting courses. Please consult your advisor for more information. BOS/Concentration Courses in Fire Science 12 A Minimum of 4 Courses Must Be Completed Course Title Semester Hours FIR 2301 Principles of Fire and Emergency Services 3 FIR 3309 Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Administration 3 FIR 3311 Legal Aspects of Fire Protection 3 FIR 4311 Fire Prevention & Code Enforcement 3 FIR 4312 Management of Fire Incident Command Systems 3 FIR 4305 Fire Investigation & Analysis 3 FIR 4313 Terrorism Incident Management & Emergency Procedures 3 **Each of these courses requires a prerequisite. Please review the course descriptions and objectives for each course at to determine the prerequisite requirement.
Columbia Southern University | University Catalog 37 COLLEGE OF SAFETY AND EMERGENCY SERVICES Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration Total Program Requirements 37 Core Courses……………………………………………36 LSS 5100 Learning Strategies for Success in Graduate Programs .................................................... 1 The Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration design provides post-baccalaureate education to criminal justice professionals from various backgrounds enhancing their ability to analyze, comprehend, and resolve complex problems confronting the criminal justice system in a diverse community today. Court operations, corrections facilities, and law enforcement agencies actively encourage officers and other personnel to pursue criminal justice degrees as a means of gaining advanced training, improved salaries, and prestige in the field. Increasingly, federal, state, and local criminal justice operations employing criminal justice personnel, including law enforcement officers, corrections officers, and court personnel require college degrees as a condition of employment with promotion into higher-ranking leadership positions depending upon advanced degrees. This program promotes a commitment to continued scholarship and service among graduates as professional members of the Criminal Justice System thereby enhancing professionalism in a diverse community. Core Courses Course Title Semester Hours LSS 5100 Strategies for Learning Success in Graduate Programs 1 MCJ 5135 Theory of Crime and Criminology 3 MCJ 5078 Computer Applications for Criminal Justice Administration 3 MCJ 5390 Critical Analysis of Criminal Justice Administration 3 MCJ 5460 Juvenile Justice Administration and Delinquency 3 MCJ 5532 Research Methods in Criminal Justice Administration 3 MCJ 6150 Training and Development in Criminal Justice 3 MCJ 6230
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