CE 1202: Human Trafficking Awareness

About This Course

This course defines the crime of human trafficking and provides the student with an awareness of what human trafficking is in the United States. The historical content of the trafficking of human beings in the United States will be examined, as well as current political and social contexts.

This course, examines the history of human trafficking in the United States, describes the extent of this crime in the US and internationally, and identifies the role of non-government organizations within the US and the fight against human trafficking. Students will identify congressional actions that address the crime and determine the criminals involved & analyze theories of organized crime's involvement in human trafficking.

These programs are not eligible for Federal Student Aid, military tuition assistance, VA funding or Learning Partner discounts.

Additional Course Information

This course is part of a three course certificate program. It can be taken separately or as part of the CEU certificate program. Students will earn continuing education units (CEUs) for each course they complete and will be awarded a certificate of completion that lists the number of CEUs earned for each course. Upon completion of all three courses in this certificate program, students will earn a certificate that shows successful completion of the Human Trafficking Investigation CEU certificate.

HTI CEU Certificate Information

The Continuing Education Department at CSU is excited to partner with Human Trafficking Investigations and Training Institute (HTITI) to offer this new CEU Certificate Program. The need for this training is extremely relevant as this issue continues to become a global problem. The objective of this certificate program is to educate students and provide the knowledge necessary to work cohesively toward recognizing human trafficking issues, freeing victims of human trafficking, and bringing traffickers to justice.

This CEU certificate program contains three courses, which include:


  1. Students may request a course extension if the course is not completed within the allotted 10 week time frame. Extension options are available, with associated, non-refundable processing fees. Students who do not complete the course with a 70% or higher within the allotted 10 weeks and do not request a course extension will be removed from the course. Back to duration