Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2021

4000

CRJU 4005 Stat Analysis for Crim Justice

Prerequisite: CRJU 3000 with a grade of C or better. An introduction to descriptive and inference statistics to analyze and interpret data to conduct criminology and criminal justice research using computer application of statistical packages.

3

CRJU 4010 Criminal Justice Ethics

This course is designed to examine critical issues of public policy that affect criminal justice. Specific issues will vary. Topics will include current issues in policing, corrections, and the legal system.

3

CRJU 4101 Police Systems & Practices

This course is a study of the administration of police agencies. It emphasizes the process, role, organization, and management of policing in the United States.

3

CRJU 4102 Police Organization & Mgmt

Study of the philosophy, strategy, and tactics for the management of police organizations in the 21st century.

3

CRJU 4103 Correctional Systems & Practic

A detailed examination of the administration of correctional programs for adults and juveniles. The course emphasizes the process, role, organization, and management of institutional and noninstitutional corrections.

3

CRJU 4104 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, boot camps, halfway houses, and home arrest. This course is repeatable for credit.

3

CRJU 4307 Criminal Law & Procedure

Prerequisite: CRJU/POLS 2350. A study of the development and current application of criminal law and the constitutional law focusing on criminal law and procedure.

3

CRJU 4450 Women & Crime

Prerequisites: SOCI 1121 or CRJU 1100. This course cakes an intersectional approach to studying women in the criminal justice system as offenders and inmates, as well as crime victims. Materials will cover such topics as feminist criminology, media portrayals of women, women as offenders, women and the legal system, and women as victims (more specifically rape, domestic violence, stalking, and sexual harassment.) Course is cross-listed with WMST 4450.

3

CRJU 4500 The Ecology of Crime

Course utilizes ecological theory to integrate ecological factors influencing opportunities for crime. Emphasis is placed on the distribution of crime in rural and urban areas.

3

CRJU 4510 White Collar Crime

The study of crime and deviance committed by corporations, by government organizations, and by individuals in positions of trust and responsibility.

3

CRJU 4530 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. (Cross-listed as POLS 4530).

3

CRJU 4540 Social Control

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

3

CRJU 4920 Sr Sem Admin of Crim Justice

A capstone course focusing on criminal justice professionalism, critical issues in criminal justice policy, program evaluation and the future of the discipline. Enrollment limited to CRJU seniors. This course is repeatable for credit.

3

CRJU 4940 Independent Study

Prior approval of the department Chair or coordinator is required. Investigation of a topic of special interest, with reports to the instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.

1-4

CRJU 4950 Special Topics

This course is designed to examine critical issues of public policy that affect criminal justice. Specific issues will vary. Topics could include current issues in policing, corrections, and the law. This course is repeatable for credit.

3 - 7.5

CRJU 4960 Crim Justice Intern/Coop Educ

An individually designed and planned learning experience and study in the private or public sector of criminal justice. Must be approved by the department Chairperson or department internship coordinator. This course is repeatable for credit.

1-9

CRJU 4985 Comparative Crim Justice Syste

A survey of selected international criminal justice systems, including the police, courts, and correctional subsystems. Emphasis is placed upon geographical, historical, and cultural perspectives making the systems unique.

3

CRJU 4999 Student Research

A capstone course involving a detailedresearch project developed with close faculty supervision. The final product should be a paper demonstrating substantial methodological expertise and significant findings. This course is repeatable for credit.

0 - 6