Not too easy. Not too difficult.
From a practical point of view, this course can apply to several fields of study, not CJS. It can be applied to Anthropology, Sociology, Humanity, even World Religions because it deals with the viewpoint of the victim. We all belong to society, we are not isolated, we are not an island. We need to interact with others, especially after experiencing a crime. We want to know why and heal. Finally, how we can help others.
Being able to communicate with the professor, also known as Dr. Pepsi. Being assured that the course is flexible enough that you can actually work at your own pace. Which is rare with some courses.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Have an open mind, be aware that there will be topics that might not sit well with you. One of the things that I thought was great was the different sites on campus included in the syllabus, where you could talk to someone if you saw something, knew something that could help others, as well as yourself.