Courses

Understanding Crime/Crim Behav

CRJ 230

Criminal Justice & Human Services

Credits: 3

This interdisciplinary course focuses on the scientific study of criminal situations and criminal behavior. The course will cover the importance of measuring crime and review major sources that collect crime information. It will also examine the major criminological theories from biology, economics, psychology, and sociology and focus especially on neo-classical approaches that seek to manipulate environments to reduce and/or prevent criminal behavior. The course will explore historical, political, and empirical trends leading to theory development. Prerequisites: ENG 101, SOC 101, and either CRJ 101, or HUS 103

We currently offer the following class for this course:

Understanding Crime/Crim Behav

Section: CRJ230 - 01

CRN: 81318

Type: Lecture

Instructor: Ivan Godfrey

Term: Fall 2017

Fees: Technology Fee $65


Required Textbook

Class Schedule

Dates: 08/28/2017 - 12/19/2017
Days: Mon, Wed, Fri
Time: 12:00 pm - 12:55 pm
Location: HAR 116

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