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CJU 300 - Dilemmas and Decision Making in Criminal Justice

Credit Hour(s): 3
The course defines the responsibilities of criminal justice personnel and explores the decision-making dilemmas faced by police, court, and corrections officials as they carry out their duties. Distinctions among basic theories of decision-making are addressed: 1) deontology, 2) utilitarianism, 3) peacemaking, 4) caring, and 5) a feminist-based approach. Controversial issues in criminal justice are also addressed. 3 Credit(s).

Course Session Cycle: SP



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