A general survey of criminal justice systems and crime problems in selected countries will be studied by an internationally comparative approach in a foreign setting. Police, government, and correctional processes will be studied and analyzed. Emphasis will be placed on a total review of current concepts, policies, and practices. Three class hours in pre-and post-visit seminars respectively, plus daily for two weeks in a foreign country. Student responsible for tuition and own cost of transportation, lodging, and meals.
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Fall Semester 2015
Summer Session 2015