This course is the culmination of the student's academic experience. It serves to synthesize knowledge gained from the criminal justice curriculum as well as from other courses and life experience. It also serves to prepare students for entry-level positions in the area of criminal justice or related fields, and to prepare them for continuing education at the graduate level.
Prerequisite(s): CRMJS-1011, CRMJS-2131, CRMJS-2141, CRMJS-2200, CRMJS 2210 Probation and Parole CRMJS 2220 Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice, CRMJS-3151, CRMJS-3200, CRMJS-3210, and CRMJS-3300, or permission of the instructor.
CRMJS 2210 Probation and Parole (3 hours)
This course explores the types of probation and parole, the demand for probation and parole, the advantages and disadvantages of probation and parole, the job duties and qualifications necessary for probation and parole officers, and how probation and parole is integrated into the criminal justice system.
Prerequisite(s): CRMJS 1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice.
CRMJS 2220 Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice (3 hours)
This explores the fundamental ethics of working within the criminal justice system. The class will explore the ethics of the various fields such as: forensics, police, probation, parole, corrections, defense attorneys, and prosecutors. We will go deeply into the ethical dilemmas faced by a variety of experts in the criminal justice field.
Prerequisite(s): CRMJS 1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice
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