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SLO Assessment Process

The ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE/FIRE SCIENCE department's Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) assessment process is documented and described below. For more details, please contact the department chair, and view the rest of our department website.

Department SLO Assessment Process

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Program Outcomes

Majors, certificates, and programs are on a regular cycle of review, during which outcomes are updated and revised. See program details below. For assessment details and timelines see links for progress reports in right side column.

Course Outcomes

Course outlines are on a regular cycle of review, during which class outcomes are updated and revised. For assessment details and timelines see links for progress reports in right side column.

Course title
ADMJ 51. Juvenile Procedures
ADMJ 52. Concepts of Criminal Law
ADMJ 53. Legal Aspects of Evidence
ADMJ 54. Principles & Procedures of the Justice System
ADMJ 57. Introduction to the Administration of Justice
ADMJ 59. Organized Crime and Gangs: A Social, Cultural and Legal Perspective
ADMJ 62. Criminal Investigation
ADMJ 63. Criminal Identification
ADMJ 64. The Evolution of Community Relations During the Community Policing Era
ADMJ 65. Narcotic Investigations
ADMJ 66. Physical Evidence
ADMJ 67. Terrorism and Counterterrorism
ADMJ 68. Criminal Justice Report Writing
ADMJ 70A. Patrol Procedures
ADMJ 70B. Police Department Field Work
ADMJ 70C. Police Department Field Work
ADMJ 70D. Police Department Field Work
ADMJ 75. Introduction to Industrial and Retail Security
ADMJ 76. Introduction to Private Security
ADMJ 80. Introduction to Probation and Parole
ADMJ 82A. Criminal Justice Work Experience
ADMJ 82B. Criminal Justice Work Experience
ADMJ 85. P.C. 832-Police Reserve Training
ADMJ 86. Basic Traffic Accident Investigation
ADMJ 87. Skid Mark Analysis
ADMJ 88. Law Enforcement and the Media
ADMJ 89. Continuing Professional Training
ADMJ 90. Arrest/Search Warrant Service and Obtainment
ADMJ 91. Rejuvenating the School Resource Officers
ADMJ 92. Instructor Development
ADMJ 93. Technology Crime Investigation
ADMJ 94. Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving
ADMJ 95. Field Training Officer Course
ADMJ 96. Crisis Communication for First Responders
ADMJ 97. Drug Abuse and Recognition
ADMJ 98. Seach Warrants and Arrest
ADMJ 100. Emergency Vehicle Operation
ADMJ 101. Basic Police Academy
ADMJ 102. Bicycle Patrol
ADMJ 103. Investigative Techniques for Patrol
ADMJ 104. Rifle Marksmanship
ADMJ 105. Stress in the Police Workplace
ADMJ 106. Haz Mat Police First Responder
ADMJ 107. NBC Police Haz Mat First Responder
ADMJ 108. Arrest and Control Training
ADMJ 109. Booking and Detention
ADMJ 110. Basic Investigations
ADMJ 111. Domestic Violence Investigation
ADMJ 114. DUI Recognition Update
ADMJ 115. Officer Safety/Field Tactics
ADMJ 150. Public Safety Dispatch Course I
ADMJ 151. Public Safety Dispatch Course II
ADMJ 152. Public Safety Dispatch Course III
F SC 17
F SC 50. Introduction to Fire Science
F SC 51A. Fire Tactics and Strategy
F SC 52A. Fire Protection Equipment and Systems
F SC 53. Building Construction for Fire Protection
F SC 55. Wildland Fire Control
F SC 57. Principles of Fire & Emergency Services; Safety & Survival
F SC 60. Fire Apparatus and Equipment
F SC 61A. Fundamentals of Fire Prevention
F SC 61B. Fundamentals of Fire Prevention
F SC 62. Rescue Practices
F SC 64. Fire Behavior and Combustion
F SC 68A. Fire Prevention 1A
F SC 68B. Fire Prevention 1B
F SC 69. Fire Prevention for the Company Officer, Fire Prevention I
F SC 70. Fire Investigation
F SC 72. Fire Investigation 1A
F SC 73. Fire Investigation1B: Techniques of Fire Investigation
F SC 74A. Training Instructor 1A
F SC 74B. Training Instructor 1B
F SC 74C. Training Instructor 1C
F SC 84. Fire Management 1
F SC 88A. Fire Command 1A
F SC 88B. Fire Command 1B
F SC 88C. Fire Command 1C, I-Zone Fire Fighting
F SC 90. Driver/Operator 1A
F SC 105A, B, C, D, E, F. Fire Protection Work Experience
F SC 106. High Rise Fire Safety Director
F SC 110. Basic Fire Academy
F SC 111. Firefighter One Academy
F SC 112. Refresher Firefighter Academy
F SC 115. Incident Command System 200
F SC 120. Incident Command System 300
F SC 125. Incident Command System 400
F SC 140. Weapons of Mass Destruction, First Responder
F SC 150. Fire Service Career Preparation