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Crime and Criminology

This course examines theories and evidence on why people do and do not commit crimes and on how criminal behavior differs over the course of one's life. We will also cover who most fears crime and what the public thinks about crime, criminals, police, and courts. Teaching Method: Seminar discussion Evaluation: The grade will be based on a research paper. Text: Prerequisites:


Catalog Number: CRIM 665
Practice Areas: Criminal Law Practice AreaLaw and Social Science
Additional Course Information: 1 Draft degree req may be met with class ,  3 draft degree req may be met with class


Course History

Fall 2013
Title: Crime and Criminology
Faculty: Lindgren, James T. (courses  |  homepage)
Section: 1     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 15     Actual: 14



Fall 2012
Title: Crime and Criminology
Faculty: Lindgren, James T. (courses  |  homepage)
Section: 1     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 15     Actual: 15



Fall 2011
Title: Crime and Criminology
Faculty: Lindgren, James T. (courses  |  homepage)
Section: 1     Type: Seminar     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 15     Actual: 11



Fall 2010
Title: Crime and Criminology
Faculty: Lindgren, James T. (courses  |  homepage)
Section: 1     Type: Seminar     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 14     Actual: 15