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CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY
North Quadrangle 278, 765-285-5979
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY (CJC)
650 Criminal Justice Administration. (3) An examination of the study of the principles of administration of criminal justice agencies and the development of present and future criminal justice leaders.
651 Interpersonal Relations in Criminal Justice. (3) Exploration of interpersonal relationships in an agency context. Examines issues peculiar to criminal justice agencies, including cynicism, trauma, burnout, everyday stressors, authoritarian management structures and leadership styles, peer loyalty versus organizational loyalty versus public duty, and public relations.
652 Philosophical Aspects of Criminal Justice Practice. (3) Provides philosophical and moral bases for the establishment and operation of justice system agencies charged with enforcement of criminal codes and preservation of social order, including an overview of fundamental philosophical issues of justice-system practices.
690 Independent Study in Criminal Justice. (1-3) An opportunity to study specific topics related to the criminal justice system.
Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
A total of 3 hours of credit may be earned.