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Course No: CRIM.6500-061; SIS Class Nbr: 1192; SIS Term: 3240
Course Status: Open Added 2/24/23
This course provides an in-depth analysis of the causes, context, and control of a wide range of violent crimes. Topics covered in this class include: Murder, rape, robbery, assault, and violence in the helping professions, the workplace, school, gang violence, cult violence, and institutional violence. For each form of violence, we examine issues related to(1) the extent of the problem, characteristics of the crime, victim, and offender, (2) causation, (3) crime prevention, and (4)crime control strategies.
Related Programs: Graduate Certificate in Domestic Violence Prevention, Graduate Certificate in Forensic Criminology, M.A. in Criminal Justice, Graduate Certificate in Victim Studies
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