Advanced Criminology (Undergrad) Crim 3302

This course provides students with an in-depth study of crime, criminals, and the reaction of the criminal justice system to both. It explores the interrelationships among law, policy, and societal conditions. The major focus of the course is theoretical explanations for crime and criminality.

By the end of the course you will have knowledge of:

  • The most prominent contemporary theories used to explain criminal behavior in people, concentrations of crime in places, and prevalence of crime among different cognizable groups of individuals
  • Practical applications of those criminological theories used to reduce crime
  • Ethical considerations of understanding antecedents of criminal behavior

Below are resources for the course:

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