CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRJU 43.01)

 

 

CRJU 260. Forensic Science. 3-3-0. The application of physical and biological science in solving crime and the role forensics plays in a legal court setting. (43.0106)

CRJU 290. Principles of Criminal Justice I. 3-3-0. An overview of the basic concepts and principles of policing. (43.0103)

CRJU 291. Principles of Criminal Justice II. 3-3-0. An overview of the basic concepts and principles of the criminal justice system to include a foundation in corrections, criminal law, adjudication, criminal justice theory, and issues involving crime. (43.0103)

CRJU 306. Community-Based Corrections. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. Correctional history, theory, and practices relating to community-based correctional programs to include a study of institutional operation, management, probation, and parole. (43.0102)

CRJU 309. Juvenile Delinquency. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. The theory and sociological explanation behind crimes committed by youths, with an emphasis on causes, prevention, and parental and societal control. (43.0110)

CRJU 311. Topics in Criminal Justice. 1-1-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. The study of various topics related to Criminal Justice. May be repeated for credit if topic differs. (43.0199)

CRJU 312. Topics in Criminal Justice. 2-2-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. The study of various topics related to Criminal Justice. May be repeated, for credit if topic differs. (43.0199)

CRJU 313. Topics in Criminal Justice. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. The study of various topics related to Criminal Justice. May be repeated for credit if topic differs. (43.0199)

CRJU 400. Criminal Justice Theory. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. The theoretical foundations of criminal justice to include an examination of legal philosophy and ethics, criminal behavior, policing, the court process, and penology. (43.0103)

CRJU 401. Comparative Criminal Justice Systems. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. The study and comparison of foreign criminal justice systems, law, and culture. (43.0199)

CRJU 403. Maritime Enforcement and Security. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. Study of coastal enforcement and security issues, to include maritime law and security, port authority, the Coast Guard, and Wildlife and Fisheries. (43.0122)

CRJU 404. Homeland Enforcement and Security. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. Study of institutions, operations and issues affecting security of the nation with an emphasis on coastal enforcement and security. (43.0301)

CRJU 405. Industrial Enforcement and Security. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. Study of safety and security issues associated with coastal business and industry, to include industrial plant security, oil and gas pipeline security, and offshore platform security. (43.0109)

CRJU 470. Law and Society. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. An in-depth analysis of how societal norms, cultural values, and the interplay of interest groups shape law and the administration of justice. (43.0199)

CRJU 481. Diversity Seminar. 1-1-0. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. An overview of issues related to multiculturalism and diversity in the criminal justice system. (43.0199)

CRJU 498. Criminal Justice Internship. 3-0-8. Prerequisites: Criminal Justice majors with Junior standing. Practical experience gained through supervised service-learning, with an approved Criminal Justice-related agency. May be repeated once for credit. (43.0199)