Crime and Justice in America (Diversity)
College of Health and Wellness Professions
Components, structure, and functioning of the criminal justice system in America: crime victims, law enforcement, courts, corrections, probation, parole, community corrections and juvenile justice. Document the failures of the system to provide equal justice to all people, especially women, children, and people of culturally diverse backgrounds.
Goals and Diversity
MN Goal Course
MN Goal Designation(s)
Describe the components of the U.S. criminal justice system and explain their roles.
Identify general and specific individuals, agencies, institutions, corporations (private, public, and governmental), socioeconomic events or conditions pertaining to the criminal justice system.
Explain the roles of specific individuals, agencies, institutions, corporations in bringing about change in the criminal justice system.
Analyze current issues and recommend multiple ways to address them by drawing explanations from past experiences in the U.S. and other cultures.
Demonstrate critical thinking skills and capacity to discuss important present-day issues by studying criminal justice research, policy, and the administration of justice.
CJS111 is a prerequisite for:
CJS111 is a completion requirement for: