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Criminal Justice

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CJ& 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice • 5 Cr.

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
5001 HYA Charlene Freyberg TTh, 12:30pm-2:20pm in D102 view required books/supplies 33 refreshed
This section is a hybrid class. On campus sessions meet on the days listed. The balance of instruction occurs online as directed by the course syllabus.
5003 HYB Kelli Callahan MW, 12:30pm-2:20pm in D102 view required books/supplies 33 refreshed
This section is a hybrid class. On campus sessions meet on the days listed. The balance of instruction occurs online as directed by the course syllabus.
5005 OAS Kelli Callahan Online view required books/supplies 33 refreshed
Fee: $52.50 eLearning Fee.

CJ& 105 Introduction to Corrections • 5 Cr.

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
5013 HYA Charlene Freyberg TTh, 10:30am-12:20pm in D102 view required books/supplies 33 refreshed
This section is a hybrid class. On campus sessions meet on the days listed. The balance of instruction occurs online as directed by the course syllabus.

CJ& 106 Juvenile Justice • 5 Cr.

Fee: $52.50 eLearning Fee.

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
5015 OAS Jabril Hassen Online view required books/supplies 33 refreshed

CJ& 112 Introduction to Criminology • 5 Cr.

Fee: $52.50 eLearning Fee.

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
5019 HYA Haily Perkins Online view required books/supplies 33 refreshed
5021 OBS Kelli Callahan Online view required books/supplies 33 refreshed

CJ 194 "Restorative Justice": Special Topics in Criminal Justice • 5 Cr.

"Restorative justice" requires a dramatic shift in societal thinking about crime and offenders that focuses on rehabilitating and restoring the victim, the community, and the offender as a whole. This class takes a serious look at the existing systematic and institutional barriers for BIPOC in the U.S. in everyday life and specifically within the U.S. legal and criminal justice system with the goal of understanding how to individually and collectively work towards restorative justice for those who are and have been disproportionately affected and oppressed by programs and policies.

Fee: $52.50 eLearning Fee.

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
5023 OAS Haily Perkins Online view required books/supplies 33 refreshed

CJ& 240 Intro to Forensic Science • 5 Cr.

A multidisciplinary approach covering the basic practices involved in forensic science, including crime scene investigations, proper evidence documentation and collection techniques, physical evidence analyses, maintaining chain of custody, and the presentation of scientifically-based conclusions in court.

Recommended: CJ& 101.

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
5027 HYA Kelli Callahan MW, 10:30am-12:20pm in B120 view required books/supplies 42 refreshed
This section is a hybrid class. On campus sessions meet on the days listed. The balance of instruction occurs online as directed by the course syllabus.

CJ 248 Ethics in Criminal Justice • 5 Cr.

Same as PHIL 248. Either CJ 248 or PHIL 248 may be taken for credit, not both. May be used as Social Sciences or Humanities course requirement at BC, not both. Fee: $52.50 eLearning Fee.

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
5031 OAS Charlene Freyberg Online view required books/supplies 33 refreshed
This is a merged class. Students in CJ 248 OAS and PHIL 248 OAS will be combined into one online class. If you have questions, please contact the instructor.