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Develop university-level skills, such as critical thinking, problem-solving, research, and writing with this flexible certificate.
This certificate provides students with a theoretical foundation and extensive practical experience in using crime analysis tools for tactical, strategic, and administrative decision-making in law enforcement.
Build a solid foundation in the principles of Economics and general Economic Theory. This certificate is designed for students with no previous training in Economics and will introduce you to key concepts and theories.
Featured Courses in Social Sciences and Humanities
This course will provide students with an opportunity to practice identifying crime trends, patterns, and offenders, which inform tactical and strategic operations as well as community policing programs.
This course connects the classroom with the community to explore questions at the forefront of social research and community development. Students will be introduced to ways of thinking and scholarship that cut across disciplines, combine theory and practice, encourage collaboration, and work with the ambiguities of the real world.
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My instructors helped me grow my network professionally. Through their constructive feedback and their ability to see potential, I was able to start my career in the field of law enforcement. The program made me aware of the diverse applications of GIS as it relates to crime analysis and public safety. In my current role, I hope to bring that broader perspective and leverage the skills I learned through the program to help improve community safety and engagement.
– Jan Acusta
Certificate in Applied Digital Geography and GIS
I can’t speak highly enough about the Certificate in Caribbean Studies and the positive impact that it’s had on my life. The courses are interesting and are taught by passionate, knowledgeable instructors. In just eight months, I feel that I have a much stronger foundation for my personal identity and family history, and an increased sense of pride in and awareness of my roots. It has been wonderful to learn about the various challenges and celebrations that contribute to the Caribbean experience in both local and global contexts, and I know that I will use what I’ve learned throughout my life!
– Laila Zahra Harris
Certificate in Caribbean Studies
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Want to learn more about our Arts courses and programs? Contact Joan Yolleck, Program Coordinator.