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Criminal Justice

Courses Available - Spring 2017


CJ RESEARCH METHODS
CJ-2101-001 (3) Monday / Wednesday / Friday 01:30PM - 04:20PM
3M69

A study of the principles, data sources and research methods appropriate for criminal justice research. Topics include research design, sampling scaling, questionnaire construction, survey research and qualitative methodology.

Other requirements: Student must also register for lab: CJ-2101L (lab)

FOUNDATIONS OF JUSTICE
CJ-2100-001 (3) Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday 09:30AM - 11:20AM
4M46

This course examines the academic foundations of the interdisciplinary study of criminal justice. It explores political, philosophical, legal, social, and methodological foundations of the field. The course provides a base for more advanced third year work.


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For information on how to register for this course please see Registration Process and Procedures