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CRIJ 4333
White Collar Crime
Three semester hours.
This course will focus on the study of contemporary forms of white collar crime and its explanations, theories, and practices along with its investigation, adjudication, and regulation. This course also explores the law of economic and political crimes associated with white collar crime. Students will examine reported cases, case studies, and other materials to investigate the topic of white collar crime - thus gain a foundation for an understanding of this fascinating subject. Prerequiiste for CRIJ majors: Twelve hours of CRIJ lower-level required courses. Prerequsite for non-CRIJ majors: Twelve hours of social sciences outside of CRIJ.

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