CJ 3300 - Criminal Law in Literature
Literature provides a realistic context for the examination of the criminal and the law. With a focus on real lives, people and situations, critical thinking skills are utilized to discuss, dissect and analyze the impact of law on individuals and society. A multi-dimensional approach of intellectual, social and ethical concepts is used to explore underlying concepts, analyze assumptions and biases and be challenged to think from multiple perspectives. Fall of even years.
*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.