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CJS 302 Advanced Criminological Theorizing 3.0 Credits

This course offers a detailed examination of several major theories of crime. Whereas CJS200/CJ204-Criminology represents a survey of many criminological theories, this advanced course focuses on three major perspectives in criminology: Life-course, genetics/bio-social, social disorganization (and specifically, subculture of violence) theories. The course also helps students understand how different criminological theories might integrate with each other to offer broad perspectives the causes of crime.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CJS 200 [Min Grade: C] or CJ 204 [Min Grade: C]

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

Entertainment & Arts Management

...Science courses: AFAS, ANTH, CJS, ECON, ENSS, ENVS...308 3.0 EAM 302 3.0 EAM...

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