CJUS 2100 - Crime and Justice in the United States
TCCNS: CRIJ 1301
Credit hours: 3
Description: This course 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). This course is equivalent to SOCI 2100. One of the courses will count towards the degree program and the other will be excluded.
Course typically offered: Fall, Spring, Summer