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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CCJ 4820 Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice

This capstone course is the culmination point for students’ theoretical, methodological, and substantive knowledge of the discipline. It reinforces, applies, and extends previous coursework and key concepts. Students will examine select contemporary empirical and theoretical questions or problems in criminal justice and criminology, with an emphasis on data literacy, in order to propose policy or theoretical solutions. They will demonstrate the ability to integrate information and subject mastery through a combination of written and oral communication and research. This is a writing intensive course where all students produce at least 15 pages of total writing during the semester that includes one substantive paper. Course content will vary by instructor.

  Prerequisite(s): SOC 3020   with a C- or higher Cross Listed Course(s): SOC 4820  
Credits: 3.0