Criminal Justice Summer Camp 2014
The UTSA Criminal Justice Summer Camp was developed to give students the opportunity to understand how the ever-changing American criminal justice system works. Students will have a basic understanding of crime and justice and the roles that the police, courts, and corrections have. Students will receive a brief overview of law enforcement and the functions of police in society. Students will also have an opportunity to apply scientific theories to criminal investigations by participating in a mock crime scene and also tour local law enforcement facilities. Finally, students will learn about the court process and the correctional system in America.
The Criminal Justice Summer Camp is a great way for UTSA and the Criminal Justice Department to encourage high school students to pursue their goals of earning a degree in criminal justice and careers in related fields. If you are interested in attending one of our camps please contact Robert Rico email@example.com or the office of Criminal Justice at 210-458-2535.
General Camp Information:
- Camp Coordinator: Robert Rico
- When: July 14-18, 2014
- Where: UTSA Downtown Campus
- Who: High school juniors and seniors
- Enrollment: The 2014 camp requires no tuition. Camp space is limited to 22 students. Acceptance is determined by application materials; it is not first come, first served.
Application deadline is May 16. Applications must be postmarked or emailed by that date.
Please send application packets in completed form only; do not send various pieces (such as recommendation letters) individually as you receive them. This will ensure that all portions of your packet will remain together.
Required Application Documents: