Graduate Catalog 2019-2021

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CRJU 5102 Police Org & Mgt

Study of the philosophy, strategy, and tactics for the management of police organizations in the 21st century. This course is repeatable for credit.

3

CRJU 5104 Community Corrections

Study of the philosophy, strategy, and tactics for the management of community-based corrections programs in the 21st century, focusing on probation, parole, electronic monitoring, bootcamps, halfway houses, and home arrest. This course is repeatable for credit.

3

CRJU 5325 Delinquency & the Juv Just Sys

An analysis of the nature of juvenile delinquency and the ability of the juvenile justice system to deal with the problems of juveniles. Explanatory models and theories, and the evaluation of prevention, control, and treatment programs will be considered. (Cross-listed as SOCI 5325.)

3

CRJU 5500 The Ecology of Crime

This course focuses on ecological theory to evaluate how ecological factors influence opportunities for crime. Emphasis is placed on the distribution of crime in rural and urban areas.

3

CRJU 5510 White Collar Crime

A critical analysis of crime and deviance committed by corporations, by government organizations, and by individuals in positions of trust and responsibility.

3

CRJU 5530 Research Pub Pol Internet

Study of the methodology for researching criminal justice policy issues on the internet and the worldwide web. It is designed to orient the student on the reliability and validity of public policy issues available in cyberspace.

3

CRJU 5540 Social Control

This course explores issues of social control and the criminal justice system by examining criminal justice policy and legislation by focusing on their implications in the controls of groups and individuals. This course is repeatable for credit.

3

CRJU 5950 Special Topics

This course is designed to examine critical issues of public policy that affect criminal justice. Topics could include advance police management, policy options on the war on drugs, ethics in criminal justice, or others. This course is repeatable for credit.

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