CJA 121◊ Introduction to Corrections
An introductory examination of the history, development and evolution of corrections in correlation with the philosophy of punishment and treatment of offenders. Emphasis is placed on state and local practices relating to the operation and administration of secure and non-secure facilities. The establishment of the federal system is discussed in conjunction with the current legal issues of the Constitutional Law.
Prerequisite: Writing and reading assessment test score of 4; or a grade of "C" or better in RHT 095 or RHT 096 and RHT 085 or RHT 086 or reading ACT score of 20
Lecture: 3 hours — IAI: CRJ 911