CRM 120 Critical Introduction to Criminal Justice
- Online | Asynchronous
- 3 credits | $1,596
- Last day to register: December 13, 2021
- Cornerstone requirement satisfied by the course: Social Scientific Inquiry
An introduction to the major institutions of criminal justice from a social scientific perspective. Examines the structure and operation of police, courts, and corrections. Theories and concepts of sociology and other disciplines will be used to describe the workings of the criminal justice system and raise questions for critical analysis.
Critical Introduction to Criminal Justice offers students a chance to think more deeply about the way the criminal justice system operates. In doing so, we think about ways to work toward resolutions for some of the issues that exist. The course will make students think twice about how our TV shows and media present the criminal justice system and make judgments on their own about what is accurate or exaggerated.
This course also fulfills the Social Scientific Inquiry general education requirement.
Faculty will contact all students after the Monday, December 13, registration deadline.
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