Winterim 2016 offering: CJ3710 “Intro to Cyber Criminology

This course provides an introduction to the history, terminology, investigation and legal issues related to internet and computer crime and the examination of digital evidence. Topics covered will include but are not limited to sex crimes, hacking, cyberbullying, financial scams and fraud, cyber-terrorism and espionage, behavioral profile of offenders and computer forensics.

CJDI 1020 - The Individual and the Law
Credits: 3
Examines questions central to the modern legal system: Does the law exist to protect the individual from the group or to protect the group from the individual? To what extend does the legal system serve to protect the rights of individuals or to limit them in order to promote the common good of society? Students are provided with an introduction to the structure and organization of the formal legal system in the United States with an emphasis on the various social, political and economic forces that have shaped it. Special attention is paid to the relationship between law and the legal process and race, class and ideology. Topics may include privacy/surveillance, quality of life policing, incarceration and the social construction of constitutional rights. Falls and Springs. (SSDI)

*All course information is from the 2015-2016 Catalog.