Dr. James Houlihan

Professor, Advisor, Pre-Law Program

Expertise:
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

Credentials:
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

Associations:
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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