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CRJ 505. Criminological Theory. 3 Credits.

This course is a survey of the historical and contemporary attempts to explain the phenomena of crime and criminal behavior from the perspectives of sociology, psychology, economics, biology, and law. Emphasis will be placed on contemporary theories and the analysis of evidence supportive of various theoretical positions.
Pre / Co requisites: CRJ 505 requirement - Majors only.

Department of Criminal Justice

http://catalog.wcupa.edu/graduate/business-public-management/criminal-justice/

...Co requisites: CRJ 505 requirement - Majors only. CRJ 506. Leadership/Management Strategies for CRJ Professionals...

M.A. in Philosophy - Applied Ethics Concentration

http://catalog.wcupa.edu/graduate/arts-humanities/philosophy/philosophy-ma-applied-ethics-concentration/

...other graduate level electives: CRJ 504, GEO 525...Human Resource Management PPA 505 Public Sector Organization...