Assesses basic components of how research is conducted in criminal justice

Assesses basic components of how research is

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Assesses basic components of how research is conducted in criminal justice inquiries. Examines the criteria for social scientific research in the criminal justice field. 304 CRIMINAL LAW 3 F,S Jr standing (60 hrs completed). CJS 101 rec. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor. Survey of criminal law, including development of sub- stantive criminal law. Examination of judicial opinions related to the criminal justice process. 305 RULES OF EVIDENCE FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 3 F,S Jr standing (60 hrs completed). CJS 101 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor. Types of evidence, standards of proof, and legal require- ments relating to the admissibility of evidence in court. 306 EXPERIENCES IN INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE 3 or 6 Summer Fr standing (12 hrs completed). Travel fees apply. The course involves an exploration of a foreign country. Students will have exposure to cultural, political, social and criminal justice issues. 307 FAMILY VIOLENCE: CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES 3 S, Summer Jr standing (60 hrs completed). CJS 101 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Analysis of family violence in the US and other countries. Emphasis on police and judiciary response, solutions and treatments. 310 CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS 3 F Jr standing (60 hrs completed). CJS 101, 200 or cons dept advisor req. CJS maj only. An intensive analysis of correctional institutions and jails focusing on management issues, inmate subcultures, and prisonization. 322 COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3 F,S,Summer Jr standing (60 hrs completed). CJS 201 conc reg req or cons inst req. Development of interpersonal communication, interviewing and decision-making skills for intervention with criminal justice clients. 338 ALCOHOL, DRUGS, AND CRIME 3 F,S Jr standing (60 hrs completed). CJS 101 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Analysis of the impact of alcohol and drugs on crime and the criminal justice system.
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116 C A S T Criminal Justice Sciences; Family and Consumer Sciences 339 WOMEN IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3 F,S Jr standing (60 hrs completed). CJS 101 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Historical and theoretical perspectives and contemporary trends concerning women and crime and processing of women by the criminal justice system. 340 ORGANIZED AND WHITE COLLAR CRIME 3 F Jr standing (60 hrs completed). CJS 101 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Analysis of organized and white collar crime problem in America. Topics include prevalence, impact, laws, and investigative techniques. 342 VICTIMOLOGY 3 S,Summer Jr standing req. CJS 101 or cons dept req; CJS 201 rec. An examination of the victim’s role in the criminal event, the process of victimization, patterns, trends, theories, and vic- tim offender relationships. 360 ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 1-4 F,S,Summer Jr standing (60 hrs completed). Maj/min only or cons dept advisor. May be repeated once; max 6 hrs if con- tent different.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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