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CJ 220   Ethics in Criminal Justice    Credits: 3

This graduate course focuses on ethics and morality in relation to crime, law, and justice. It emphasizes the role of society in defining what is moral and just. Topics include how ethics and morals affect our understanding of issues in criminal justice, how crime and justice are linked to ethics and morality. Theories of crime based on free will, determinism, relativism, self-interest, and psycho-social development are covered.












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