2021-2022 Academic Catalog

Dual Degree in Applied Criminology and Tactical Strength and Conditioning

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Program Description

Through this dual degree program, students earn an M.A. in Criminal Justice: Applied Criminology and an M.S. in Exercise Science and Health Promotion: Tactical Strength and Conditioning.

Program Coordinators

Dr. Christopher Wydra (applied criminology) and Dr. Barry McGlumphy (tactical strength and conditioning)

Curriculum

Course Credits
Exercise Science and Health Promotion Courses 24
PRF 700  Orientation to Exercise Science and Health Promotion 3
PRF 719  Advanced Techniques in Tactical Strength and Conditioning 3
PRF 720  Essentials of Human Movement Science 3
PRF 759  Tactical Strength and Conditioning Program Design 3
PRF 765  Nutrition for Peak Performance 3
PRF 770  Exercise Physiology: Assessment and Exercise Prescription 3
PRF 789  Current Topics in Tactical Strength and Conditioning 3
PRF 810  Research in Performance Enhancement 3
   
Applied Criminology Courses 24
CRM 700  Advanced Criminological Theories 3
CRM 710  Advanced Behavioral Crime Analysis Theory 3
CRM 810  Violent Crime Analysis 3
CRM 820  Ethical and Legal Aspects of Criminology 3
CRM 830  Criminal Investigative Analysis 3
CRM 840  Equivocal Death Analysis 3
CRM 850  Environmental Criminology 3
CRM 870  Special Topics in Criminology 3
   
Total 48