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2017-2018 Traditional Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
2017-2018 Traditional Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CRJ 370 - Ethics and Justice

Semester Hours: 3
The study of leadership and ethics in criminal justice as an exploration for challenging a number of beliefs and assumptions. Within a test of student’s personal values and beliefs, challenging questions will be addressed such as, “Can moral and ethical behavior be considered illegal and legal actions be considered immoral?” Within this approach the course will encompass a variety of disciplines that continue to contribute to criminal justice, including the law, economics, psychology, sociology, philosophy, and theology. Ultimately, the course gets students to analyze aspects of who they are and how their personalities are ultimately shaped by their minds, relationships with each other, and the intentions and motives that underline their actions within their inner and outer environment.

Pre-requisites: CRJ 140 - Introduction to Criminal Justice .

Offered: Fall.

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