SO 242 - Race, Crime and Justice (CJ 242)
 
(3 cr.) In this course, students explore the intersections of race, crime and law in terms of the historical context, present-day situations and future directions. Students examine the concepts of race, crime and law from the viewpoints of the offender, the victim and the criminal justice practitioner within the various aspects of the criminal justice process--from law enforcement to courts to corrections. The course also focuses on the interrelationship between theory, policy and practice. Prerequisite: SO 101; Every Other Year, Spring
 
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