Criminology (SOCY 450)
Historical foundations and current themes in the field of criminology. The people and events behind the ideas that continue to influence our current thinking about crime, public policies, and systems of criminal justice. A critical assessment of the major theories of crime causation, and application of these theories to selected types of criminal behavior. This course meets General Education requirements: Race/Ethnicity/Gender Issues and Social Awareness. Pre-Requisites:SOCY 121 or 122 or ANTH 122 & 1 other Social Awareness course. Typically Offered Spring Only
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