Certificate in Justice Networking

The certificate in Justice Networking is offered jointly by the Department of Justice Studies and the Department of Information Networking and Telecommunications.  The certificate is meant to provide the criminal justice practitioner or future practitioner the ability to specialize in areas related to cyber-crime and the like.  The certificate combines practical and theoretical bases of knowledge towards this end.

Required Courses:

  • JUS 225 Justice in the Information Age (3 Credit Hours)
  • INT 250 Introduction to Web Development (3 Credit Hours)
  • JUS 305 Corporate Crime and Deviance (3 Credit Hours)
  • INT 658 Law of Cyberspace (3 Credit Hours)
  • JUS 675 Seminar (Advanced Research Project) (3 Credit Hours)
  • INT 680 Networking Architecture (3 Credit Hours)

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR CERTIFICATE: 12 Credit Hours

Contact Information

Dr. John Raacke
Fort Hays State University
Rarick Hall 233A
600 Park Street
Hays, KS 67601
Phone:  (785) 628-5668
Email: jdraacke@fhsu.edu
Web: Justice Studies

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