Two-year Course Calendar

Undergraduate                                                      

 

FALL

SPRING

MAYMESTER/SUMMER

 

AY

2012-2013

CRJU 1100/3100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 1100/3100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – D

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – D

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – D

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – E

 

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3030 – CJ in Public Policy – E

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 3100–Intro to CJ – D

CRJU 3100–Intro to CJ – D

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – D

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – D

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – E

 

CRJU 3210 – Juvenile Offending – D

CRJU 3210 – Juvenile Offending – E

CRJU 3310 – Corrections – D

CRJU 3310 – Corrections – E

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – D

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – D

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 3700 – American Criminal Courts – E

CRJU 4040 – Comparative Criminal Justice Systems – E

CRJU 4080 – Crime and the Media – E

CRJU 4110 – Criminal Investigation – E

CRJU 4420 – Crime Typologies – D

CRJU 4430 –White Collar Crime – D

CRJU 4760 – Criminal Procedure – D

CRJU 4760 – Criminal Procedure – D

CRJU 4780  – Criminal Law – E

CRJU 4900 – Selected Topics in Criminal Justice (Victimology) – E

CRJU 4910 – Selected Legal Issues in Criminal Justice (Contemporary Legal issues in Law Enforcement) – E

CRJU 4930 – Internship Seminar in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 4935 – Criminal Justice Field Instruction II

CRJU 4940 – Criminal Justice Field Instruction

CRJU 4990 – Readings in Criminal Justice

CRJU 1100/3100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 1100/3100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – D

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – E

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – E

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 3070 – Race and the Criminal Justice System – D

CRJU 3100 Intro to CJ – D

CRJU 3100 Intro to CJ – E

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – D

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – E

CRJU 3210 – Juvenile Offending – E

CRJU 3310 – Corrections – D

CRJU 3310 – Corrections – E

CRJU 3310 – Corrections – E

CRJU 3350 – Prisons and Jails – D

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – D

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – D

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – E

 

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3700 – American Criminal Courts – D

CRJU 3700 – American Criminal Courts – D

CRJU 3710 – Policing and Individual Rights – D

CRJU 4010 – Gender in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 4070 – Family Violence and Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 4110–Criminal Investigation – E

CRJU 4210–Juvenile Justice System – E

CRJU 4430 – White-Collar Crime – D

CRJU 4500–Crim Justice Management – D

CRJU 4760 – Criminal Procedure – D

CRJU 4900–Selected Topics in CJ – E

CRJU 4900–T: Career Plan & Management– E

CRJU 4910 – Selected Legal Issues in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 4920 –Community Policing – E

CRJU 4930 – Internship Seminar in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 4935 –Crim Just Field Instruction II

CRJU 4940 – Criminal Justice Field Instruction

CRJU 4990 – Readings in Criminal Justice

CRJU 1100/3100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – D

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – D

CRJU 3310 – Corrections – D

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – D

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3700 – American Criminal Courts – E

CRJU 3710 – Policing and Individual Rights – E

CRJU 4900 – Selected Topics in Criminal Justice (Street Crime) – D

CRJU 4900 – Selected Topics in Criminal Justice

CRJU 4910 – Selected Legal Issues in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 4930 – Internship Seminar in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 4940 – Criminal Justice Field Instruction

CRJU 4960 – Domestic Terrorism

CRJU 4990 – Readings in Criminal Justice

 

FALL

SPRING

 

AY

2013-2014

CRJU 1100/3100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 1100/3100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem  – E

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – D

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – D

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 3070 – Race and the Criminal Justice System – E

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – D

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – D

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – D

CRJU 3210 – Juvenile Offending – E

CRJU 3310 – Corrections – D

CRJU 3310 – Corrections – D

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – E

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – D

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – D

CRJU 3610 –  Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 3700 – American Criminal Courts – D

CRJU 3700 – American Criminal Courts – E

CRJU 4080 – Crime and the Media – E

CRJU 4110 – Criminal Investigation – D

CRJU 4230 – Juvenile Corrections – E

CRJU 4350 – Community Corrections – D

CRJU 4500 – Criminal Justice Management – D

CRJU 4760 – Criminal Procedure – E

CRJU 4780 Criminal Law – D

CRJU 4910 – Selected Legal Issues in Criminal

CRJU 4930 – Internship Seminar in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 4940 – Criminal Justice Field Instruction

CRJU 4990 – Readings in Criminal Justice

 

CRJU 1100/3100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 1100/3100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – D

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – D

CRJU 2200 – Social Science and the American Crime Problem – E

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3020 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 3060 – Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – D

CRJU 3110 – Policing in America – E

CRJU 3310 – Corrections – E

CRJU 3310 – Corrections – D

CRJU 3350 – Prisons and Jails – D

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – D

CRJU 3410 – Criminological Theory – E

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3610 – Statistical Analysis in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 3700 – American Criminal Courts – D

CRJU 3700 – American Criminal Courts – E

CRJU 3710 – Policing and Individual Rights – D

CRJU 4040 – Comparative Criminal Justice Systems – E

CRJU 4110 – Criminal Investigation – E

CRJU 4210 – Juvenile Justice System – E

CRJU 4420 – Crime Typologies – D

CRJU 4420 – Crime Typologies – D

CRJU 4430 – White Collar Crime – E

CRJU 4720 – Law, Justice & Social Change – D

CRJU 4760  – Criminal Procedure – E

CRJU 4780 – Criminal Law – D

CRJU 4900 – Selected Topics in Criminal Justice (Introduction to Criminal Justice Forensics) – E

CRJU 4910 – Selected Legal Issues in Criminal Justice (Legal Issues and Social Science Research) – D

CRJU 4930 – Internship Seminar in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 4930 – Internship Seminar in Criminal Justice – E

CRJU 4940 – Criminal Justice Field Instruction

CRJU 4940 – Criminal Justice Field Instruction

CRJU 4990 – Readings in Criminal Justice

 

*Tentative; subject to change.

Key:

D – Day (Before 4:30)             H – hybrid (classroom and on-line) course

E – Evening (4:30 and after)   O – on-line course

 

Graduate

 

FALL

SPRING

MAYMESTER/SUMMER

AY

2012-2013

CRJU 6940—Internship in CJ

CRJU 7920—IND Study in CJ

CRJU 7980—Research Practicum

CRJU 8410 —Criminological Issues – E

CRJU 8410—Criminological Issues – E

CRJU 8410—Criminological Issues – D

CRJU 8710— Legal Aspects of CJ – E

CRJU 8900—Sel. Topics in Criminal Justice – D

CRJU 8990 —Thesis

CRJU 8910—Readings in CJ

CRJU 9030—Grad. Orientation Seminar – D

CRJU 9610—Quant. Research Methods II – D

CRJU 9550—Teaching Seminar – D

CRJU 9610—Quantitative Methods – D

CRJU 9630—Statistics in CJ II – E

CRJU 9800—Directed Research in CRIM/CJ

CRJU 9900—Dissertation Research

 

 

CRJU 6940 – Internship in Criminal Justice

CRJU 7920—Independent Study in Criminal Justice

CRJU 7980— Research Practicum

CRU 8050–Criminological Theory – E

CRJU 8110–Law Enforcement Issues – E

CRJU 8410–Criminological Issues – D

CRJU 8620–Statistics in CJ – E

CRJU 8900–Select Topics in CJ – D

CRJU 8910—Readings in CJ

CRJU 8990—Thesis

CRJU 9800—Directed Research in CRIM/CJ

CRJU 9820 Research Externship

CRJU 9830—Comprehensive Exam Seminar – D

CRJU 9900—Dissertation Research

CRJU 9920—Qualitative Methods – D

 

 

AY

2013-2014

CRJU 7010–Crime and the CJ System – E

CRJU 7920—Independent Study in Criminal Justice

CRJU 8410–Criminological Issues (Communities and Crime) – E

CRJU 8610– Research Methods in CJ – E

CRJU 8900–Select Topics in CJ (White Collar Crime) – E

CRJU 8910—Readings in CJ

CRJU 9030—Grad. Orientation Seminar – D

CRJU 9550—Teaching Seminar – D

CRJU 9630—Statistics in CJ II – E

 

CRJU 6940 – Internship in Criminal Justice

CRJU 7920—Independent Study in Criminal Justice

CRU 8050–Criminological Theory – E

CRJU 8410–Criminological Issues (Victimology) – E

CRJU 8410–Criminological Issues (Epidemiology & Prevention of Violence) – E

CRJU 8620—Statistics in CJ – E

CRJU 8900–Select Topics in CJ (Responses to Child Trafficking) – E

CRJU 8910—Readings in CJ

CRJU 8980–Capstone Seminar – E

CRJU 9010—Contemp. CJ Policy – D

CRJU 9450—Contemp. Crim. Theory

CRJU 9800 – Directed Work in Crim/CJ

CRJU 9830—Comprehensive Exam Seminar – D

 

D = Courses offered before 4:30 pm, E – Courses offered 4:30 pm or later.

*Schedule is tentative and subject to change