CJ 370 - Corrections

An in depth examination of the corrections component of the criminal justice system. Fundamentals of correctional practices and philosophy, historically and systematically studied including law, sentencing, and appellate review as each relates to the correctional process. Survey of correctional components: community-based programs, institutions, administration, offender categories, classification, and treatment. Pre-requisite: A major in Criminal Justice and CJ 200 or approval of department head.
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