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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
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CRJ 2100 - Criminological Theory

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Provides foundational knowledge about criminological theory essential for success in more advanced criminal justice courses. Topics include the origins of criminology in the U.S. and both classical and contemporary criminological theoretical approaches to the study of crime, crime causation, and crime control strategies. (Formerly CRJ 200)
Prerequisite(s): (CRJ 100 or 1100).



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