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CJS 262 Places of Justice 3.0 Credits

We often debate the theory and praxis of justice and do not analyze the very places and spaces that encourage (or discourage) justice. Throughout this course students will practice justice by engaging with faculty, students, and community. This course will begin by analyzing classic and contemporary theories of justice. Upon the development of a theoretical foundation, students will explore and engage with the built environment and other social structures which support justice or create unjust places and practices. Topics include the built environment and infrastructure, climate, housing, education, and correctional facilities.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Criminology and Justice Studies

Major: Criminology and Justice Studies Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Science (BS) Calendar Type: Quarter Total Credit Hours: 183.0 Co-op Options: One Co-op (Four years); No Co-op (Four years) Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) code: 45.0401 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code: 21-0000

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