CJ321 - Theories of Criminal Justice

Criminology is an important social and behavioral science devoted to the study of crime as a social phenomenon. Criminology fosters debate, contributes ideas, and suggests solutions to difficult problems arising out of crime and the behavior of criminals. It provides the theoretical basis for much of Criminal Justice. The purpose of this course is to discuss these problems, their origins, and their possible solutions.



Successful completion of CJ101 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor
*May be offered as an Honors course.
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