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Criminal Justice Immersion

The immersion in Criminal Justice will provide students with the appropriate foundation to analyze crime, crime control policy and the role of the criminal justice system in the maintenance of order in society. Courses focus on the social definition and measurement of crime, a broad understanding of the causes of crime and societal responses to crime through the police, courts, and corrections. This immersion is closed to students majoring in criminal justice.

Prerequisite course:

CRIM-110 Introduction to Criminal Justice

Electives--Choose three of the following:

CRIM-210 Technology in Criminal Justice 
CRIM-220 Corrections
CRIM-230 Juvenile Justice
CRIM-240 Law Enforcement in Society
CRIM-260 Courts
CRIM-275 Crime and Violence
CRIM-285 Minority Groups in the Criminal Justice System
CRIM-489 Major Issues in Criminal Justice

To declare an immersion in Criminal Justice, go to the Registrar's forms website and complete the Immersion Authorization/Change form.  Return the completed form to the College of Liberal Arts, Office of Student Services located in Liberal Arts Hall (LBR) Room 2210 or contact (585) 475-2444,