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CJS-111 Introduction Criminal Justice

Identify and analyze the interconnectedness between the components of the criminal justice system in the U.S.--to inlcude law enforcement, the courts and correctional operations. Outline the process of justice in the American criminal justice system and how it interfaces with and impacts various populations of people, including people of different socio-economic classes, cultures, genders, and races. Survey and complete a comparative study on the history, development, and philosophy of the criminal justice system. Identify and explain the functions of various local, state, and federal agencies involved in the administration of criminal justice, including the court and trial process. Note: Also offered as CJS 111H; credit is not given for CJS 111 and also CJS 111H.

Term: Fall 2024

Course Type: Credit - 3 Credits

Section: 004

Ways to take the class: Face-to-face

Days: MW

Time: 2:00PM to 3:30PM

Start Date: 09/09/2024

End Date: 12/15/2024

Location: Arnold Campus

Room: CRSC 260 Building:
Careers Center

Instructor: TBA (Subject to change)

Class Size: 25

General Education Requirement: Social and Behavioral Sciences, Diversity Requirement

Section Info: This section is participating in the Direct Digital Access program. A course materials fee of $43.00 plus tax and $18.00 plus tax will be charged to your student account when you register. Your course materials will be accessible in Canvas on or before the first day of class. For more information, visit