Graduate Certificate in Global Justice and Security Studies
- Fall January 10
- Pullman: Yes
MA degree including the Graduate Certificate in Global and Security Studies
None at WSU
The GJSS program targets students intending to pursue largely non-academic, governmental careers as practitioners, whether it be in the field of homeland security, law enforcement, military service, or as analysts within the U.S. foreign, intelligence,or defense communities.
Many have gone on to careers in US government agencies, the military, or decided to pursue doctoral studies.
Brody, David, Ph.D.
Criminal law; Criminal procedure; Administration of justice; Judicial evaluation; Judicial selection systems; Prosecution and adjudication; Law and social control; and the Jury system.
Cottam, Martha L, Ph.D.
political psychology, international politics, U.S.-Latin American relations, and North-South conflict and cooperation.
Lutze, Faith E, Ph.D.
Rehabilitative nature of prison environments; Impact of ultra-masculine environments on inmate adjustment; Offender adjustment to community corrections supervision; and Violence toward women.
Marenin, Otwin, Ph.D.
International cooperation in criminal justice and policing: programs and impacts; Security sector reform; The dynamics of crime, law and legitimacy in state building and political development.