Sep 18, 2021  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
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CJ 4800 - Comparative Criminal Justice System


Prerequisite(s): Senior Standing.
The course examines the United States criminal justice system and the criminal justice system of other nations. Using a descriptive approach, the four primary components of criminal justice systems of a number of nations will be studied and compared and contrasted with those same components in the enforcement structure; the judicial system include: sources and principles of law; the law enforcement structure; the judicial system; and, corrections. The course is a required capstone course for students in the pre-law major that integrates an understanding of all of the components of the U.S. criminal justice system by comparing and contrasting those components with those components of other nations. Credit(s): 3 (3 plus 0)



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