A study of the fundamental concepts of the substantive criminal law, including a short history of and purposes of the law, classification of offenses and sentences. A detailed study of mental culpability, defenses, such as infancy, insanity and the anticipatory crimes, offenses against the person; and those involving intrusion upon property, fraud, public administration, and public order. Three class hours. (Need not be taken in sequence.)
Prerequisites: CRJ 101, CRJ 103 or permission of instructor.
Course Offered Fall and Spring
Use links below to see if this course is offered:
Spring Semester 2015