Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018


CRJU 3000 Rsch & Analytic Mthds Crim Jus

Research and Analytic Methods for Criminal Justice; Prerequisite: MATH 2600 or equivalent, CRJU 1100 or permission of the instructor. A junior level course in quantitative and qualitative methods with emphasis on the analysis on a variety of data. The course requires the execution of each stage of the research process.


CRJU 3315 The American Judicial System

A study of the federal process concentrating on the role of the Supreme Court as the judicial policy making institution in the American political system. (Cross-listed as POLS 3315.)


CRJU 3325 Delinquency & Juvenile Jus Sys

A survey and analysis of the nature and extent of juvenile delinquency. This course examines the juvenile justice system, delinquency theories, and prevention, control, and treatment programs. (Cross-listed as SOCI 3325.)


CRJU 3424 Criminology

The course focuses on the nature and extent of crime. Emphasis is placed on past and current theories of crime, typologies of crime, programs for prevention, treatment, and control. (Cross-listed as SOCI 3424.)