CJ 353 - Sexual Violence
 
(3 cr.) This course takes a historical perspective on the societal and psychological aspects of sexual violence as it applies to the criminal justice system. It includes an examination of the etiology of sexual abuse as a law enforcement issue and explores the societal impact of sexual violence upon both those who commit it and those who are the victims of it. The course encourages students to deepen their understanding of the social structural and individual treatment modalities that are employed within the system to decrease sexual violence. Prerequisite: CJ 283; Every Year, Spring
 
Sessions

Fall 2014