From the Chair of the Senate Curriculum Committee
Advanced to the Curriculum Committee
The following have been received in the College Senate Office and forwarded to the Senate Curriculum Committee for review and approval:
Course Revisions and Intellectual Foundations Designations:
CRJ 201 Criminal Law. Prerequisite: CRJ 101. The study of substantive criminal law through the analysis of judicial opinions and textual material. In-depth coverage of the elements of crime, such as intent, actus, Reus, and concurrence, examined within the statutory definition of several different offenses and studied within the context of defenses such as justifications, among others.
SOCIAL SCIENCE and ORAL COMMUNICATION
CRJ 303 Criminal Justice Theory and Ideology. Prerequisites: CRJ 101 and CWP 102. Examination of the social, political, cultural, and economic forces that shape the historical and contemporary theories and ideologies of crime and their interactive influences with criminal justice policies and practices.