CJ 450 Criminology
A description and analysis of types of crimes, types of criminals and the major theories of crime causation. An examination of past and present incidence rates of crimes; the socioeconomic, cultural and psychological variables related to criminal behavior; and a review of possible solutions to the crime problem.
Prerequisite: CJ 213 or consent of instructor
Diversity: May meet requirement, see class schedule
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