An introductory course designed to acquaint the student with the three components of the criminal justice system-police, courts, and corrections. The course focuses on the interrelationships that exist among these segments of the system. Fall.
A study of contemporary American corrections, including detention facilities, organizations and personnel, programs and activities, inmate society, and trends. PR: CRMJ 151. Fall.
In-depth study and analysis of critical issues facing the American system of justice. PR: CRMJ 151. Fall.
Analysis of the theory of organization and administration of correctional institutions; principles of institutional corrections. PR: CRMJ 221. Spring, Even.
Studies in major field for students who have demonstrated a capacity for responsible work. Not repeatable. PR: Permission of directing professor and dean.