CJUS 2100 - Crime and Justice in the United States

(CRIJ 1301)

3 hours

Examines the societal responses to people and organizations that violate criminal codes; discusses the history, development, organization and philosophy of the justice process; and analyzes the complex inter-relationships between the major components of the criminal justice system (police, courts and corrections).

Prerequisite(s): None.

Same as SOCI 2100 .

Core Category: Social and Behavioral Sciences

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