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Criminal Justice majors must complete 20 credits of core electives to meet graduation requirements. The following courses are approved core electives for UW Tacoma students majoring in Criminal Justice.
To synthesize the academic, technical and leadership components of the Master of Cybersecurity and Leadership program, capstone projects are designed with the participation of private sector corporations and government organizations to address real-world cybersecurity and management issues. The projects tackle complex issues facing all sectors of business and government.
Note: The summer 2014 application cycle is now closed. Check back in the fall for information about upcoming study abroad programs.
A workshop designed for nonprofit executive directors & board members
Our organizations often spend a great deal of time focusing on what we are trying to say to our audiences rather than concerning ourselves with what they actually hear. If we want to broaden and deepen public engagement in our efforts we need to strengthen our ability to position the value and impact of work in a context that is both relevant and meaningful for the communities we serve. During this daylong workshop, we will explore...
Composition of Teams
Teams are made up of 3-4 matriculated undergraduate students who are enrolled at their schools as of the date of the competition.
Founded in 2001, the Urban Studies Program at the University of Washington Tacoma currently offers undergraduate BA degrees in Urban Studies and Sustainable Urban Development; graduate degrees in Community Planning (MA) and Geospatial Technologies (MS), a Certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and a minor in Urban Studies.