Dec 03, 2023  
2019 Undergraduate Catalog 1.2 (SUMMER - FALL) 
    
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CRJ 351 - International Criminal Justice: Issues and Comparisons (3)

Policing, court, and correctional systems can vary drastically from one country to the next, with potentially serious consequences to a visitor unfamiliar with how a nation’s justice system works and interacts internationally. Student research, both at the macro and micro level, will expose such differences- and commonalities- existing between countries around the world. This course will also examine topical issues, such as terrorism, and world events, such as the Olympics, to determine how respective criminal justice systems are impacted. Prerequisite(s); if any: CRJ 103 .



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