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This upper-level undergraduate course provides an in-depth comparative study of the criminal justice systems of selected focus nations. Students will learn about the development of the criminal justice processes of these countries and compare their approaches to policing, courts, and corrections (i.e. arrangements for crime prevention and law enforcement, legal settlement structures, and methods of dealing with convicted offenders). In addition, students will analyze pressing contemporary issues related to international crime and criminal justice. Prerequisites: CJUS 100 Restrictions: BS Criminal Justice majors only (3:3,0) Restricted to students enrolled in the following Major: Criminal Justice
Course Area: Criminal Justice/Criminology
Level: Upper Level Undergraduate
Dates: 08-29-2022 - 12-16-2022
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- Instructor: Patricia DeAngelis
- Local Course ID: 22FA_DEL_CJUS350_2
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