Joliet Junior College - America's First Public Community College offering prebaccalaureate programs for Course Descriptions CRJ 200 - Criminology.
T CRJ 201 is the Honors College version of R CRJ 201; only one version may be taken for credit. Prerequisite(s): R CRJ 201, or junior or senior standing. This course, the first in the sequence of two courses on Crime Analysis for Problem.
Criminology Major Curriculum * Required Courses (18 hours) junior. 3. CRIM White Collar Crime SOC CRIM 3. This course provides students with an introduction to the theory and techniques associated with collection, display, analysis, and storage of geographic data in the criminal justice environment. May be repeated for credit when content varies. Studies the forces that produce conformity and indirectly promote deviation. Analysis of operational practices at the major criminal justice decision stages. Analysis of qualitative methods applied to legal processes and change. Social control processes within prisons are considered, as are policy dilemmas posed by "special category" inmates who require innovative and specialized intervention. Where relevant, textual materials and social science research bearing on the legal issues are considered, Criminology junior college subjects.