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CRIJ 4312. Criminal Justice Ethics. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course presents an analysis of contemporary ethical issues in crime and justice. Classical and contemporary ethical theories will be applied to the discussion of such issues as discretion, corruption, use of force, racism, deception, professionalism, and the nature and meaning of justice. Prerequisite: junior classification or approval of instructor.

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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...3 Criminal Justice CRIJ 3310 Criminal Justice Supervision and Management 3 CRIJ 4312 Criminal Justice...

Social Work

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...Environment II 3 SOCW 4312 Practice II 3...Electives from SOCI, SOCW, CRIJ, PBHL, PSYC 6...

Criminal Justice

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...Management 3 CRIJ 3315 Criminal Evidence 3 CRIJ 3340 Homeland Security 3 CRIJ 4312 Criminal...

Social Sciences

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...CRIJ 3308 Comparative Criminal Justice CRIJ 3315 Criminal Evidence CRIJ 3340 Homeland Security CRIJ 4312...

Chemistry, Geoscience, and Physics

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...CRIJ 1301 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 CRIJ...4311 Economic Geology GEOL 4312 Petroleum and Subsurface...