A nationally normed, summative assessment services for Criminal Justice academic degree programs that are used for internal and external programmatic evaluation.
Listed for purchase are generic exams without any customization for a specific program assessment and include all 10 Criminal Justice topics. University officials can customize an exam through topic selection. In most situations, the bachelors-level exam will include all 10 topics. Since graduate programs vary considerably from university to university in terms of curriculum and content, graduate-level exams should only include those topics that directly correspond to the curriculum and learning outcomes of the degree program(s).
An associate-level exam would typically include 4-6 topics.
Includes the CPC topics Administration of Justice, Corrections, Courts, Criminological Theory, Ethics and Diversity, Homeland Security, Juvenile Justice, Law Adjudication, Law Enforcement, and Research And Analytical Skills. (10 topics, 100 question exam)