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CJUS 100: INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Historical and philosophical background, structure, functions, and operation of the criminal justice system in the United States. Introduction to and principles of formal behavior control devices. I Sem., II Sem.
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CJUS 200: THEORIES OF CRIME AND DEVIANCE
Critical examination of biological, psychological, and sociological theories of crime and deviance. Examination of individual, group, and societal reactions to norm-violating behaviors. I Sem., II Sem.
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CJUS 202: LAW AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
Structure and operation of law, legal systems, and legal processes across both civil and criminal justice; the potential role of social science in aiding in understanding that law's creation and implementation, and the potential need for change. I Sem., II Sem.
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CJUS 290: THE NATURE OF INQUIRY
Introduction to research methodology, nature of scientific inquiry, research design, basic research methods, and presentation of research findings. I Sem., II Sem., SS.
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CJUS 300: TECHNIQUES OF DATA ANALYSIS
K300 is the second half of a research methods-data analysis sequence. It covers the properties of single variables, the measurement of association between pairs of variables, and statistical inference. Additional topics, such as the analyses of qualitative and aggregated data, ad...
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CJUS 301: POLICE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY
Examination of the rules and responsibilities of the police, history of police organizations, relations between police and society, and determinants of police action.
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CJUS 304: PROBATION & PAROLE
Study of probation, parole, and community corrections as subsystems of criminal justice, including the police, courts, and prisons. Theoretical and historical developments will be considered along with current management and research issues.
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CJUS 305: DEVIANT IMAGES/DEVIANT ACTS
Examines cross-cultural theories of deviance and crime. From witchcraft to social construction, study of theories of deviance in different historical and cultural contexts, this course focuses on ways in which theories explain nonconformity and justify social control.
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CJUS 311: PRIVATE SECURITY
Examines individuals, not-for-profit agencies, and corporations that supplement the efforts of the traditional criminal justice system. Private components of each major segment of the criminal justice system are explored. The course specifically highlights private policing, alter...
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CJUS 320: FOUND OF CRIM INVESTIGATION
The pertinence to criminal investigation of physical evidence, people, and documents. Discussion of ethical problems, impact of legal systems on investigative process, and elements of effective testimony. Lectures and case materials.
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