Dr. James Houlihan

Professor, Advisor, Pre-Law Program

Mock trial, courts, white collar crime, organized crime, intelligence gathering, leadership and management

Courses Taught:
Undergraduate: Introduction to Criminal Justice; Courts and Probation; Juvenile Justice; Health and Human Services Agencies; Intelligence Gathering; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Agency Community Relations; Architectural Design; Security Organization and Management; Organized Crime Ethics and Professionalism;

Graduate: Administration and Management; Issues in Juvenile Justice; Applied Research methods; Diversion Programs; Use and Abuse of Power; Federal Criminal Justice Systems; PS Training-Management and Development; Ethics; Integrity and Social Responsibility; PS Administration and Management; Public Safety Leadership; Critical Thinking and Decision Making; Human Resource Development

1998 Ed.D., Northern Illinois University
1984 Certified Instructor, Illinois Law Enforcement Training Board
1971 M.B.A., DePaul University
1968 B.S., Loyola University

Delta Epsilon Sigma National Scholastic Honor Society, American Mock Trial Association, National Association of Pre-Law Advisors, Federal Criminal Investigators Association, Treasury Agents Association, Air Force Association, Association of Former Intelligence Agents Honors: Chosen as Coach of the Year, National Mock Trial Invitational. Certification: Certified Mediator Service: Member, Board of Directors, American Mock Trial Association (AMTA). Member, International Academy of Dispute Resolution.

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