2021-2022 Undergraduate Bulletin

CJBS 300 Criminal Justice: Theory in Practice

3 hours 

This course builds upon knowledge acquired in previous courses and connects theoretical approaches with practical applications. Students will study a broad array of assessments and evaluations of the policies and programs that have evolved in the field of criminal justice. Students will review and analyze experiments such as D.A.R.E., Minneapolis Domestic Violence and Kansas City Preventive Patrol in the light of relevant criminal justice theories. The ultimate goal of the course is to provide students with essential skills for critically evaluating and assessing programs, based on findings from empirical studies and the scholarly literature.




ENG 201; CJBS 101 or CRJ 101; and CJBS 250