CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
August 19 - December 13
10447 CRJS 1003 M01 3 Intro To Criminal Justice TR 08:00am  09:15
  Enrollment: 19 Location: TURNER 208 Inst: Jennifer Cundiff
  LAW AND JUSTICE LEARNING COMMUNITY
  Surveys the American justice system, including legal and constitutional dimensions, the juvenile justice system, probation and parole, and elements of law enforcement. Note: It is highly recommended that students first complete or test out of the reading sequence before taking this course. It is alwo recommended that students complete ENGL 1013 before taking this course.
 
10805 CRJS 1003 M02 3 Intro To Criminal Justice MW 03:30pm  04:45
    Enrollment: 17 Location: DURHAM 1 Inst: Daniel Phillips
 
10449 CRJS 2103 M01 3 Criminology TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 29 Location: GOODIN 205 Inst: Ji Seun Sohn
  Focuses on theoretical and pragmatic factors involved in illegal behavior. Prerequistes: CRJS 1003 and ENGL 1023.
 
10810 CRJS 2303 M01 3 Criminal Courts MWF 09:30am  10:20
  Enrollment: 28 Location: DURHAM 1 Inst: Michael Giordano
  Examines personnel, administration, legal issues, and delivery of legal services in the American criminal court system in the context of local, state and federal systems. CRJS 1003.
 
10451 CRJS 3123 M01 3 Police & Society TR 12:30pm  01:45
    Enrollment: 16 Location: GOODIN 205 Inst: Ji Seun Sohn
  Law enforcement in the U.S. as it relates to society. Topics include changing mores, the nature and evolution of the facily and other social institutions, ethnic and racial elements, and social stratification. Prerequistie: CRJS 1003
 
10463 CRJS 3203 M01 3 Corrections TR 03:30pm  04:45
    Enrollment: 7 Location: TURNER 208 Inst: Daniel Phillips
  Study of the American penal system with attention to objectives, administration, historical evolution, and comparative status among developed countries. Prerequisites: CRJS 1003.
 
10811 CRJS 3213 M01 3 U. S. Constitutional Law MWF 10:30am  11:20
  Enrollment: 25 Location: DURHAM 1 Inst: Michael Giordano
  The study of the development of foundational constitutional principles, the U.S. Constitution and amendments, the workings of the U.S. Supreme Court, and the landmark decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court. Prerequisites: CRJS 1003 or POSC 1003.
 
10458 CRJS 3573 M01 3 Rural Crime MWF 01:30pm  02:20
  Enrollment: 32 Location: GOODIN 206 Inst: Daniel Phillips
  Examines critical issues related to criminal offending, criminal victimization and the administration of criminal justice in rural communities. Specific attention will be devoted to examining the social context of domestic violence, youth violence, substance abuse, drug trafficking, policing and crime prevention in rural communities. Prerequisites: CRJS 1003.
 
10456 CRJS 3613 M01 3 Statistics In Criminal Justice MWF 11:30am  12:20
    Enrollment: 22 Location: GOODIN 205 Inst: Ji Seun Sohn
  Analytical and statistical concepts and procedures relevant to crime and criminal justice, including both quantitative and qualitative techniques. General Education math requirement and CRJS 1003.
 
10448 CRJS 3903 M01 3 Criminal Procedure TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 11 Location: DURHAM 1 Inst: Michael Giordano
  Focus upon the procedural law at the federal, state, and local levels, including a comprehensive look at the meaning of the legal concept of "due process". Prerequisites: CRJS 1003 and CRJS 2203.
 
10457 CRJS 4173 WEB 3 Homeland Security N/A N/A  N/A
  Enrollment: 30 Location: WEB WEB CLASS Inst: Wilford Boylen
  Focuses on the entities and institutions necessary for the protection of the United States. Course instructional material will examine the components of Federal, State and Local Police Agencies, as well as the role of Private Security and Emergency Responders needed to facilitate the implementation of the Homeland Security Act. Prerequisites: CRJS 1003.
 
10450 CRJS 4273 M01 3 Evidence TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 11 Location: DURHAM 1 Inst: Michael Giordano
  Examines forms of evidence, preservation of evidence, chain of custody, witnesses, proof, privileges, hearsay, and circumstantial evidence. Solid preparation for law enforcement candidates and a plus for the student focused on the law or the courts aspect of criminal justice today. Prerequisites: CRJS 1003 and CRJS 2203.
 
10452 CRJS 4813 M01 3 Sp: Profiling And Serial Crime TR 02:00pm  03:15
    Enrollment: 8 Location: DURHAM 1 Inst: Michael Giordano
  The Fall 2013 Special Topics class entitled "Profiling and Serial Crime" will begin by illustrating the promise, purposes, and pitfalls of behavioral profiling in the investigation of serial crime and provide a theoretical and practical foundation for students. Part I, (first half of the semester) will concentrate on profiling, examining the history, crucial issues, methods, theory, and treatment in the mainstream media. Part II (second half of the semester) will examine serial crime in detail, including cyber-bullying, stalking, rape, murder, and arson. (Junior/Senior class standing, only). It is highly recommended that students taking this class have completed CRJS 1003, 2203, 3023 & 3613.
 
August 19 - October 11
10459 CRJS 3613 WEB 3 Statistics In Criminal Justice N/A N/A  N/A
    Enrollment: 21 Location: WEB WEB CLASS Inst: Ji Seun Sohn
  Analytical and statistical concepts and procedures relevant to crime and criminal justice, including both quantitative and qualitative techniques. General Education math requirement and CRJS 1003.
 
Class Schedule Codes:
F   Class is full.
C   Class has been cancelled.