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Criminal Justice 590

CRJU 590: Seminar

Prerequisites: Graduate standing for students taking the course for graduate credit

Credit Hours: (3)

Concentrated study on specific topics related to the American criminal justice.

 

Detailed Description of Course Content

Seminar topics and content will vary.  Each proposal for a seminar course must include a description of the course's content, readings, assignments and activities. The course will provide concentrated study of a topic in which the student will engage in discussion, research, presentations, visits from professionals in the field, review of professional journals, logs, case studies, or other techniques deemed appropriate by the instructor.

 

Detailed Description of Conduct of Course

Since seminar course content and expectations will vary, description of how the course will be conducted, expectations and requirements will be established by the instructor at the time the course is taught.

 

Goals and Objectives of the Course

Since seminar course content and expectations will vary, a listing of objectives will be established by the instructor at the time the course is taught.  These objectives can be both content and process centered.

 

Assessment Measures

Since seminar course content and expectations will vary, performace will be measured by activities and criteria established by the instructor at the time the course is taught.

 

Other Course Information

Proposals for a CRJU seminar course will provide opportunities for students to study in depth specific criminal justice topics and issues.

 

Review and Approval

Date Action Approved By
March 1999

April 1, 2008