CRJ110: 14-week, online course. See term start & end dates listed above. No on-campus orientation. Two proctored tests are required that may be taken on-campus or through an approved remote testing location. On-campus testing required for midterm & final exam. Alternative testing locations other than College Testing Center must be approved 3 weeks prior to midterm, additional fees may be required. High-speed internet access required.
CRJ 110 Intro to Criminal Justice
Prerequisite: Reading proficiency
Introduction to Criminal Justice is the basic course that explores the historical development, present structure, function, and philosophy of criminal justice. This course includes ethical considerations, crime definitions by nature and impact as well as an overview of criminal justice as a system. The system components are the court system, prosecution and defense, trial process, corrections, and juvenile justice. (F,S,Su,O)
Core42 MOTR CRJS 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
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