Oct 17, 2019  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin
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CRJS 4703 Capstone in Criminal Justice Studies

3 credits
This course requires seniors to use theoretical perspectives from criminology and other criminal justice-related areas to formulate a policy-related question pertaining to the study of crime, criminality, and/or responses to crime and criminality.  The student will develop an original research topic, develop and administer a survey instrument, collect and analyze data, and report the findings of his or her research in the form of a major term paper and executive summary oral presentation.  Skills and concepts developed in previous classes form the foundation for this course. Prerequisites:  SEMR 2153  , RSCH 3803  , STAT 3203  , and CRJS 4253  .



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