CRM 002 - (IS) Theoretical Perspectives on Crime and JusticeSemester Hours: 3
This course delves in depth into the theories of crime, deviance, and social control found in the disciplines of sociology, history, psychology, philosophy, political science, and law. Students will learn to evaluate critically the contributions of the various disciplines and to compare and contrast theoretical perspectives while applying them to policies and debates within the discipline of criminology.
CRM 001 or SOC 007 . May not be taken on a Pass/D+/D/Fail basis.
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