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CRIMINAL JUSTICE 193

Soldier, the Thomas Jefferson-Sally Hemings affair, and others. Prerequisite: (CRFO 210, CRJS 310) or (CRJS 310, CHEM 170)

3 credits

CRJS 390-394: Special Topics in Criminal Justice

1-3 credits

CRJS 395-399: Independent Study By permission only.

1-3 credits

CRJS 490: Internship Field Placement An opportunity for students to engage in participant observation, task performance or other related activities in an agency of the criminal justice system. The student is required to engage in such activities for a minimum of 10-20 hours per week during an entire semester. Open only to students with a minimum QPA of 2.5 and who have completed 15 credit hours of the criminal justice concentration. Prerequisite: CRJS 110, 201, 202. By permission only. 1-9 credits, Every semester CRJS 495: Criminal Justice Capstone/Senior Seminar This course examines the current status of the criminal justice system, specifically what constitutes a healthy community and how communities respond to crime and the reintegration of ex-offenders. We will analyze assets and pitfalls of communities as well as the programs and pitfalls to successful reintegration of ex-offenders. Students will be able to apply what they have learned in both a descriptive paper and a presentation format. Further-more, students will complete professional development activities. Students will also engage in a service learning project or conduct a neighborhood assessment of crime. The Criminal Justice Capstone course is interchangeable for the LS 383 requirement. Thesis: seniors, Criminal Justice majors. Prerequisites: CRJS 240, 250 3 credits, Every Semester Criminal Justice Curriculum (Numerals in front of courses indicate credits)

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FRESHMAN Fall College Comp/LENG 111 Modern Language Sacred Scripture/LTHE 121 Intro to CRJS/CRJS 110 Business Technology I/CIS 150 First-Year Seminar: Issues in CRJS/CRJS 108

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Spring Crit Analysis & Comp/LENG 112 Police Function/CRJS 202 Modern Language U.S. Govt & Politics/POLI 111 Service Learning Sem/CRJS 111 History Without Borders/LHST 111

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SOPHOMORE Fall Theology II Series/LTHE 3 Public Policy Analysis/POLI 122 3 Intro to Psych/PSYC 111 3 Introduction to Philosophy/LPHI 131 3 Criminalogical Theory/CRJS 240 ___3 15

Spring Basic Sociology/SOCI 110 Correctional Process/CRJS 201 Public Speaking/SPCH 111 Cognate Research Methods/CRJS 250

Gannon University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014  
Gannon University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014  
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