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Application and any transcripts are to be submitted directly to:
The Graduate School Madonna University
36600 Schoolcraft Road
Livonia, Michigan 48150-1176
(734) 432-5667 or (800) 852-4951, ext. 5667
Fax (734) 432-5862
Email: grad@madonna.edu

Grad Cert Animal Cruelty Investigation
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Grad Cert Animal Cruelty Investigation    
   Certificate Requirements (12 cr. to be chosen)    
      CJ  5150   Criminal Investigation 3 cr.  A comprehensive analysis of principles and advanced procedures of criminal investigation; conduct at a crime scene; search, collection, and preservation of evidence; interviewing; and methods used in crime laboratories. Emphasis is given to the assessment of those procedures in terms of their efficiency and legal impact. Not available to students who have taken CJ 3110, CJ 4150, or equivalents. 
      CJ  5300   Advanced Criminal Justice Administration 3 cr.  An examination of the functions of the police, court, and corrections in the Criminal Justice System; concepts and principles of organizational structure; concepts and principles of administration; and management with an emphasis on budgets, change, conflict, strategy, and evolution. 
      CJ  5450   Interviewing and Investigative Report Writing 3 cr.  The in-depth exploration of advanced interviewing and interrogation techniques and the comprehensive skills that are necessary for the integration and documentation of information that is obtained from a wide variety of sources. Emphasis is given to the assessment of those techniques in terms of their procedural efficiency and legal impact. Not available to students who have taken CJ 2400, CJ 4450, or equivalents. 
      HUM 5210   Do Animals Matter? (HUM*/LS/SSC) 3 cr.  Examination of religious, philosophical, cultural, aesthetic, and societal conceptualizations of animals and their impact on human-animal relations as well as on uses, treatment, and legal standing of animals. Emphasis is on proposing solutions regarding human-animal co-existence and interdependence through the lenses of humanities, and social sciences within the framework of the Franciscan tradition. Includes an academic service-learning experience. 
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