CRIMINOLOGY (CRM)

CRM-101 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY (3 Credits)

A study of the nature and cause of crime. 3 credits. Fall.

CRM-209 CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY (3 Credits)

A survey of the outstanding criminological thinkers from Beccaria to current theorists, along with the development of the several schools of thought and their influence upon present-day criminological theory. Pre-requisites: CRIM-101. 3 credits. Spring.

Prerequisite(s): TAKE CRM-101

CRM-420 SP.TOP. IN CRIMINOLOGY (3 Credits)

An intensive study in a particular area or topic in Criminology or its applications. The content of the course will be announced prior to the semester in which it is offered. The course may be retaken if the content has changed.

CRM-420A SPECIAL TOPIC: SERIAL KILLERS (3 Credits)

An intensive study in a particular area or topic in Criminology or its applications. The content of the course will be announced prior to the semester in which it is offered. The course may be retaken if the content has changed.

CRM-420B SP TOP: COMMUNITY POLICING (3 Credits)

An intensive study in a particular area or topic in Criminology or its applications. The content of the course will be announced prior to the semester in which it is offered. The course may be retaken if the content has changed.

CRM-420C SPECIAL TOPIC: CRIM TRENDS ACROSS NON- WESTERN CULTURES (3 Credits)

An intensive study in a particular area or topic in Criminology or its applications. The content of the course will be announced prior to the semester in which it is offered. The course may be retaken if the content has changed.

CRM-420D SP TOP:DEVIANCE & SOCIAL CONTROL (3 Credits)

An intensive study in a particular area or topic in Criminology or its applications. The content of the course will be announced prior to the semester in which it is offered. The course may be retaken if the content has changed.

CRM-420E SP TOP:VICTIMOLOGY (3 Credits)

An intensive study in a particular area or topic in Criminology or its applications. The content of the course will be announced prior to the semester in which it is offered. The course may be retaken if the content has changed.

CRM-420F SP TOP:WAR CRIMES (3 Credits)

An intensive study in a particular area or topic in Criminology or its applications. The content of the course will be announced prior to the semester in which it is offered. The course may be retaken if the content has changed.

CRM-420G SP TOP:MEDIA & CRIME (3 Credits)

An intensive study in a particular area or topic in Criminology or its applications. The content of the course will be announced prior to the semester in which it is offered. The course may be retaken if the content has changed.

CRM-420J SP TOP:PROBATION, PAROLE & COMMUNITY (3 Credits)

An intensive study in a particular area or topic in Criminology or its applications. The content of the course will be announced prior to the semester in which it is offered. The course may be retaken if the content has changed.