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CRIJ 5330
Seminar in Criminological Theory
Three semester hours. (FL)
Critical examination of biological, psychological, sociological, and economic theories of crime. The "traditional theories" of crime are covered; theories upon which the field was originally founded. Also analyzed are the new "integrated" theories along with relevant research data. Prerequisites: Enrollment restricted to students currently matriculated in the MSCJ program; CRIJ 3305, CRIJ 4321, SOCI 3336 (or the equivalent).

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