CRJU 401: PUBLIC POLICY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE

(F) This course involves close examination of fundamental policy questions arising within the system of criminal justice, and involves consideration of the linkages between crime; electoral politics; policies of executive, judicial, legislative, and administrative structures; and the substantive law. This course is an integrative capstone for undergraduate study within the Liberal Education Core and the Criminal Justice programs. Available for upper division elective credit in Political Science. Cross-listed as PLSC 401. Upper division standing.

Prerequisites: CRJU101 and PLSC101 Prohibited: PLSC401
Hours
3
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