Managing Juvenile and Adult Populations Certificate
School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Grace Abbott School of Social Work, College of Public Affairs & Community Service
A unique program specifically designed for professionals working with juveniles and adults who are in contact with the criminal justice system as victims, offenders, or family members.
Program Contact Information
Dr. Lisa Sample (Criminology & Criminal Justice)
College of Public Affairs & Community Service (CPACS) 218
Dr. Kerry Beldin, MSW Coordinator
College of Public Affairs & Community Service (CPACS) 205
Dr. Peter Szto, Graduate Program Committee Chair (GPC)
College of Public Affairs & Community Service (CPACS) 206
Other Program Related Information:
Note: This certificate can be obtained entirely online. All courses for the certificate will be offered online in a two-year rotation. Elective courses in Criminology and Criminal Justice are also offered in the spring, summer and fall semester.
- Applications for this program are accepted on a rolling basis. All materials must be submitted prior to the beginning of the semester in which the student has elected to begin coursework.
Statement of Purpose
- stating how the certificate will help you achieve your professional goals
- IELTS: 7.5 required; 8.0 preferred
- PTE: score of 76 or higher
- Internet-based TOEFL: minimum of 21 in each of the 4 areas, and a minimum of 95 overall
- All ESL students are required to take a proficiency assessment examination at UNO upon admission, which will be used to determine if further assistance is required.
|SOWK 8886||TOPICAL SEMINAR SOCIAL WORK 1||3|
|SOWK/COUN 8686||MEDICAL & PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF ALCOHOL/DRUG USE AND ADDICTION||3|
|CRCJ 8080||SEMINAR IN JUVENILE JUSTICE||3|
|CRCJ 8850||RISK/NEEDS ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS||3|
|Select three(3) additional graduate credit hours in consultation with your advisor.||3|
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