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CRIJ 3325
Drugs in Our Society
Three semester hours. (FL)
Provides students with a realistic perspective of the drug problem. Areas of concentration includes (1) history of drug abuse public policy; (2) nature of common drugs; and (3) legislative and enforcement issues including the legalization debate, organized crime, and political dimensions. Prerequisite for CRIJ majors: Successful completion of the lower-level CRIJ courses (or equivalent courses) required for the CRIJ major. Prerequisite for non-CRIJ majors: Twelve hours of social sciences outside of CRIJ. Interchangeable with PSYC 4315.

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