JS 265 - Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
Theory-based comparative analysis of US criminal justice system with criminal justice systems around the world. Course focuses on legal traditions, policing, courts and corrections, with emphasis on the role of geographical, historical and cultural traditions in shaping criminal justice.
Satisfies GWAR: Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement.
Note(s): This course satisfies graduate-level GWAR in this master’s program.
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