Certificate in Victim Advocacy

Victim advocacy, as an emerging field in the criminal and social service networks, requires a solid background in all aspects of the law, dispute resolution, and human services.  This certificate program provides the means for students to develop basic knowledge and skills in effective advocacy.

Courses: (choose 12 credit hours)

JUS 331 Criminal Procedure      3 Hours
JUS 308  Topics: Victim Advocacy 3 hours
JUS 380  Topics: Criminal Procedure 3 hours
JUS 385  Victimology 3 hours
JUS 600  Internship (Victim Advocacy) 3 hours
SOC 670  Grant Proposal Development 3 hours
SOC 677  Advanced Grant Writing 3 hours
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR CERTIFICATE   12 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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