Course syllabus for CJUS 411 Theories of Crime and Deviance
Course description: The course will review the historical and contemporary theories on crime and deviance. Analyzes concepts and patterns of crime and deviant behavior and society's response to them. Examines the law, offenders, victims, forms of crime and deviance in the criminal justice system. Students will examine various factors in the understanding of crime and deviance and formulate an integrated perspective that takes into account societal pressures and research about crime, rehabilitation, and recidivism.
Coldren, James R. "Chip", "CJUS 411 Theories of Crime and Deviance" (2006). Criminal Justice Syllabi. 67.