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Criminology

These courses are listed for information purposes only.
Please do not take classes without speaking with your advisor.


CRM 3103 Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice
(Prerequisites: CRM 1003 and SO 1003) Three hours lecture. The interrelationships of law enforcement, prosecution, and the courts, particularly how each affects the correctional process.


CRM 3343 Gender, Crime, & Justice
(Prerequisite: CRM 1003 and SO 1003 or consent of instructor) Three hours lecture. Gender differences in criminal behavior, victimization, and criminal justice processing, emphasizing the unique experiences of women in all of these areas. (Same as SO 3343)


CRM 3503 Violence in the U.S
(Prerequisite: CRM 1003 and SO 1003 or consent of instructor) Three hours lecture. In depth study of violence, including types of violence, categories of offenders and victims, its social consequences, and potential solutions. (Same as CRM 3503)


CRM 4513 Correctional Systems
(Prerequisites: CRM 1003 and CRM 3603 or consent of instructor) Three hours lecture. Survey of contemporary correctional systems and practices. Emphasis placed on the formal organization and functioning of penal systems (same as SO 4513/6513)


The semesters in which these courses are offered are subject to change. The departments control when the courses will be available.