Course Catalog Entry

Course ID: CJ  200
Effective Date: 03/02/2015
Title: Crime and Justice in the United States - SB
Career: Undergraduate
Credit Hours: 3.00
Description: A basic survey course covering all agencies involved in the administration of criminal justice. Topics included are: modern concepts of law, crime, the judicial process, punishment, and rehabilitation; criminal justice, police, and corrections history and practice; organization of local, state and federal agencies; courts and criminal procedures; and comparative criminal justice.
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