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This course will study the crime problems from a historical perspective, with attention given to the social, political and economic factors affecting crime. Students will review crime trends, efforts of crime prevention, and the evolution in the explanations for criminal behavior. An effort to connect the theories that explain criminal behavior will be connected to crime policy, analysis and evaluated.

Credits: 3


  • CJL 200  (with a min grade of C-)
  • AND   CJL 240  (with a min grade of )

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