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CRJU 496 - Seminar: Critical Issues in Crime and Justice

(3 credits)
Prerequisite: Senior standing and CRJU 320 (previously CRJU 420) and CRJU 330 (previously CRJU 430) and CRJU 331 and CRJU 341 and CRJU 354 and CRJU 406; and CRJU 410, which may be taken concurrently
This course is designed to provide criminal justice majors with a capstone experience, which emphasizes integration of knowledge and skills acquired throughout the criminal justice curriculum. Using an interdisciplinary lens, students analyze critical issues of diversity, inequality and power related to crime and justice. The seminar will require students to demonstrate: 1) comprehensive knowledge of the field of criminal justice; 2) critical thinking skills; 3) effectiveness in oral and written communication; 4) awareness of ethical issues; and 5) knowledge of data sources and the ability to apply criminal justice related information and research.