Probation, Parole, Community Corrections

Probation, Parole, Community Corrections

Each faculty member is equally well read and esteemed in their respective positions, so that they offer the students real world practice and the theory driving it and incredible mentors for our students.
Danielle "Elly" Teunion-Smith '89
SHU Professor of Criminal Justice; Former Michigan State Trooper
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With the push for community policing, alternative corrections with Michigan Prisoner Reentry, individual accountability, higher educational standards, and sought-after innovative policing strategies with less personnel, now is the time to get a Probations, Parole and Community Corrections degree and find your job.

“Our entire faculty is made up of working professionals within the criminal justice field and all of them from the surrounding community. Each faculty member is equally well read and esteemed in their respective positions, so that they offer the students real world practice and the theory driving it and incredible mentors for our students,” said SHU Program Director Elly Teunion-Smith. “This diverse and experienced professor team, in a small university setting, where one-on-one teaching is the norm, is not something that you will get at a larger university. Each professor is continuously vigilant of issues and contemporary topics that are passed on to our students, which will one day be a professional in the criminal justice field working beside us.”

BACHELOR OF ARTS

AT A GLANCE

Siena’s program has many points of pride - an important one being professional faculty members with practical experience. Smaller class sizes and numerous individually tailored internship possibilities in and outside of the community are included in this program.
Course Type
Required Credit Hours
Course Type REQUIRED
Required Credit Hours 57Credit Hours
Course Type LIBERAL ARTS
Required Credit Hours 32Credit Hours
Course Type ELECTIVE
Required Credit Hours 37Credit Hours
Total for major
126Credit Hours
Course Name
Course Type
Credit Hours
Course Name Cultural Anthropology
Course Type COGNATE
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Introduction to Psychology
Course Type COGNATE
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Introduction to Sociology
Course Type COGNATE
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Research in Social Sciences
Course Type COGNATE
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Soc Perspective/Race & Ethnicity
Course Type COGNATE
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Spec Needs Offendrs in Community
Course Type COGNATE
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Contemporary Issues in Crim Just
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Courtroom Demeanor/Techniques
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Criminal Law
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Criminology
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Drugs, Society & Criminal Just
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Families and Criminal Justice
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Internship/CO-OP Work Program
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Introduction to Corrections
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Introduction to Criminal Justice
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Junior Seminar
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Juvenile Justice
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Prob, Parole, & Comm Corrections
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Rpt Writ for Crim Just Profess
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Course Name Senior Seminar
Course Type REQUIRED
Credit Hours 3
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice
Adrian
517-264-7853
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice
Instructor of Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice
517-264-7691

Additional Info

Degree:

  • Bachelor of Arts

Division:

  • Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences