- Artificial Intelligence
- Machine Learning
- Deep Learning
- Computer Architecture
- Data Mining
- Big Data
- Graphics and Visualization
- Security and Privacy
- Parallel and Distributed Computing
- Cloud Computing
- Cyber Physical Systems
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Programming Languages
- Simulation and Software Engineering
- Multicultural counseling
- Play therapy with children and adolescents
- Trauma and stress
- LGBTQ issues in counseling and counselor education
- Disability, health and chronic illness
- Suicide and crisis
- Program evaluation
- Quantitative, qualitative and mixed research methodologies
- Education courses provide students with a background in child development theories, learning strategies, critical and creative thinking skills and examinations of children’s lives in contemporary society, all through the lens of creative education
- Additional coursework in business, policy, education or the arts allows students to focus on content that will prepare them for their specific goals
- Apprenticeships connect students with organizations and businesses in the metro-Atlanta area to expand their knowledge and skills in areas such as nonprofit organizations, start-up companies, after-school programs and teacher leadership
The online master’s degree program in criminal justice administration strengthens core leadership abilities and broadens knowledge of the strategies necessary to address rapidly emerging issues in criminal justice systems. The degree combines courses in criminal justice and criminology with principles and practices in public management.
The degree prepares you to:
- Lead and manage in criminal justice systems in democratic societies.
- Understand, analyze and synthesize research on crime and criminal justice policy.
- Think critically to solve problems and make decisions that affect short- and long-term outcomes for the institutions you lead.
- Articulate and apply a set of ethical principles in the criminal justice system that comports with democratic values and respect for human rights.
- Communicate and interact productively with a diverse and changing workforce and citizenry.
What Is Criminal Justice?Criminal justice is the system of practices and institutions of governments directed at upholding social control, deterring and mitigating crime, sanctioning those who violate laws and delivering penalties and/or rehabilitation efforts.
Why Study Criminal Justice?Criminal justice courses offer a balanced introduction to the three facets of the criminal justice system: policing, courts and corrections. Students gain insight into criminal courts, security, police and corrections operations. They identify the legal, social and technological challenges in the criminal justice field. The study of criminal justice often serves as an introduction for students planning to attend law school. A note on pathways: A pathway is an advising guide to help students prepare for their intended bachelor's degree major. By following the course of study outlined in the appropriate Associate of Arts or Associate of Science pathway, students will have the necessary prerequisite courses to continue in their chosen disciplines. A pathway is not a major and will not be represented on the diploma.
Half of your learning will occur outside the classroomOur corporate partners grant our students access to their proprietary data so they can apply program concepts to business problems. We call these month-long projects Insight Sprints.
We will put you on employers’ radarThe Robinson College of Business is in the heart of Atlanta, the business capital of the Southeast. More than 150,000 companies are headquartered here, including 26 Fortune 1000 companies and thousands of hot start-ups. The program’s Insight Sprints and speaker events will give you face time with desirable employers.
We lead in analytics educationU.S. News & World Report ranks our graduate and undergraduate computer information systems programs in the top 10 in the nation. In 2015, the UT Dallas Research Productivity Index ranked us #1 for a rise in research productivity ranking among the top 50 U.S. business schools in the last five years. For the latest information about required courses, view the Robinson College of Business website.
What is Dental Hygiene?Dental Hygiene encompasses the relationship between oral health care and total body health. Providing individualized oral hygiene care requires knowledge in the application of principles of biomedical, clinical and social sciences. The profession demonstrates ethical principles of health care, appropriate communication skills and critical thinking skills while delivering consistent, safe clinical treatment to patients, families, groups and communities in a variety of health care settings. Accredited by the American Dental Association, the Perimeter College Dental Hygiene guided pathway is a two-year, five-semester course of study that begins each fall. Graduates who earn an associate degree are eligible to join a preventive oral health profession that promotes quality health and education in a variety of practice settings.
Why Study Dental Hygiene?A dental hygienist has the opportunity to influence a patient’s overall health by providing knowledgeable oral hygiene treatment. The profession requires an interest in science and health care and, equally important, a desire to work with and help people. Perimeter College’s Dental Hygiene guided pathway is approved by the Georgia Board of Dentistry and accredited by the American Dental Association. The pathway offers a dynamic and licensed faculty, advanced training in dental technology equipment, service learning opportunities and the potential for advanced degree transfer. Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program This program requires special admission. The Dental Hygiene sequence of professional courses starts only in the fall semester, and enrollment is limited. Official notification of acceptance to the program is confirmed by the Department of Dental Hygiene. Admission requirements include the following:
- Acceptance to Perimeter College of Georgia State University
- Satisfaction of all Learning Support requirements
- Additional requirements as defined by the Department of Dental Hygiene