Criminal Justice (CJ)

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CJ 500 INDEPENDENT STUDY OR RESEARCH1-3 Credits

Faculty-guided research in an area of mutual interest to the student and instructor. Students are responsible for selecting the area of inquiry, prior to contacting the instructor. Requirements: Permission of instructor, Dean of Graduate Studies, and Academic Vice President. Prerequisites: Fifteen (15) course credits of Criminal Justice.

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CJ 536 SEMINAR: COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE3-6 Credits

A study and comparison of the world's major justice systems. This course compared the various elements of human culture as reflected in the major criminal justice systems of the world and procedures for social control of crime. Special attention is given to what constitutes a crime, the judicial processes for determining guilt, and theories and practices of punishment.

Dual-listed: CJ 436

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CJ 600 INDEPENDENT STUDY OR RESEARCH1-3 Credits

Faculty-guided research in an area of mutual interest to the student and instructor. Note: Students are responsible for selecting the area of inquiry prior to contacting the instructor. Requirements: Permission of instructor, Dean of Graduate Studies, and Academic Vice President.

Prerequisites: 15 course credits of Criminal Justice

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CJ 655 SCHOLARLY PROJECT1-3 Credits

For students selecting Plan II, as listed under Program Requirements. Designed in consultation with student's graduate committee. Includes paper summarizing the project. Requirements: Must complete three (3) course credits.