Apr 13, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog
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CRLS 200 Crime, Law and Society Field Experience (1-3)

This course will supplement the classroom study of crime, law and society by providing students with tangible experience in the field and with those who are the subject of our study, including prisoners, lawyers and/or victims of crime. Field experiences will take place in prison, courtrooms or other settings that allow for the practical application of concepts, theories and practices discussed in the assigned readings and other course materials for the co-requisite class. Instruction will typically follow a seminar format where students are required to actively participate in class discussion.
Prerequisite(s): Students must have the prerequisites for the above co-requisite class or receive permission from the instructor.
Corequisite(s): CRLS 200 will sometimes be a corequisite to courses that are relevant to the study of crime, law and society including but not limited to POLI 203 , POLI 306 , POLI 321 , POLI 380 , POLI 292 , POLI 324 , PSYC 221 , PSYC 223 , PSYC 344 , SOCY 331 , SOCY 341 , SOCY 342 , SOCY 348 , SOCY 361  and CRLS 300 .
Course Frequency: Occasional
Repeatable: May be repeated for credit when course content varies.
Note: CRLS 200 will not be offered as a co-requisite every time the above courses are offered. Whether CRLS 200 is offered as a required or option co-requisite to the above classes will be determined by the instructor. In some cases, students will have the option of enrolling in CRLS 200 as a co-requisite to one of the above classes but students enrolled in CRLS 200 will be expected to enroll in the co-requisite class.



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