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CJ 201 Criminology 3 Cr.

This course covers the various biological, psychological, and sociological types of theory that have been offered to explain the incidence of crime in society. Various types of crime, including violent, property, corporate, political and victimless crime, methods of studying crime, and characteristics of criminals are also examined. Prerequisite: CJ 101 with grade of C of higher. (Fall, Spring).

Criminal Justice

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http://catalog.norwich.edu/residentialprogramscatalog/collegeofliberalarts/criminaljustice/

Professors William Clements and Penny Shtull; Associate Professors Elizabeth Gurian (Associate Director), W. Travis Morris (Director); Assistant Professors Matthew Fischer, Connie Hassett-Walker, Stephanie Maass, Robert VandenBerg; Lecturer Anne Buttimer. David Sem (Internship Coordinator)

Environmental Science

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http://catalog.norwich.edu/residentialprogramscatalog/collegeofscienceandmathematics/geologyandenvironmentalscience/

...3 3-4 PS 201 General Physics I...200-level course from CJ or PY; one...

Management

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http://catalog.norwich.edu/residentialprogramscatalog/collegeofprofessionalschools/schoolofbusinessandmanagement/busadmin/management/

...411 , AS 412 , CJ 341 , CJ 442 , MA...Accounting-Managerial 4 EC 201 Principles of Economics...