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Category Archives: Criminal Justice
Those in the legal field have likely heard of Law Day, which is a national celebration that takes place yearly on May 1. What is it though, and why do legal sciences students celebrate it? According to the American Bar … Continue reading
On May 13, 2013, students earning legal studies degrees from Minnesota School of Business-Rochester had class in St. Paul, Minn. A couple classes of criminal justice and paralegal students took a field trip to visit the Minnesota Supreme Court and … Continue reading
Brittany Witte, a criminal justice degree student from Minnesota School of Business-Blaine, is currently completing an internship for credits at the Alexandra House, an organization that provides domestic violence and sexual violence services to victims from across Minnesota. The Alexandra … Continue reading
Minnesota School of Business-Rochester recently spent some time with one of our most committed and passionate students, Tammy Wolford, to learn about her experience at our school. Learn how her life has added value to her criminal justice degree and … Continue reading
For Minnesota School of Business, keeping students and staff safe on campus is a top priority, which is why we continually evaluate procedures for emergency situations. Ryan Samuelson, our criminal justice program chair, and Jessica Ackerman, our safety coordinator, recently … Continue reading
Minnesota School of Business-Rochester paralegal degree and criminal justice degree students are learning about litigation this quarter. These programs incorporate hands-on learning into the classroom by having students create mock client files and draft correspondence, summons and complaints, discovery requests, … Continue reading
Minnesota School of Business–Lakeville and Shakopee recently welcomed new Criminal Justice Chair Matt Stiehm to their campuses. Matt holds an Educational Doctorate from Argosy University where the focus of his research was campus safety and security, as well as a … Continue reading
Minnesota School of Business-Rochester would like to congratulate the following students and faculty who demonstrated enthusiasm and commitment to service-learning during Fall 2012. The Service-Learning Person of the Quarter Award went to Donna Albertson. Donna is a student in the … Continue reading
Students in the criminal justice degree program at Minnesota School of Business-Rochester will complete an internship as volunteers with Olmsted County’s Victim Services. These criminal justice students will be volunteering as crisis line advocates for the 24-hour crisis line to … Continue reading
Per Mar Security recently started a campaign to hire students for work over Thanksgiving weekend. With over 22 site locations ranging from Blaine and Maple Grove to St. Paul and Woodbury, there’s sure to be an opportunity for all students … Continue reading