JUSTICE, LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY

JLC-521
Justice Workshop (1-6)

Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. In-depth study of the philosophy, organizational structure, and operation of various institutions in the justice field, employing direct observation through on-site visits and discussions with officials, along with theoretical material. Rotating topics include insider's view of justice, offenders in society, and judicial affairs mediation. Usually offered every term.

JLC-521
001
JUSTICE, LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate

Justice Workshop (1-6)

Advocate: Offenders in Society

In this professional skill/knowledge building class, students examine the philosophy and theory of working with offenders/defendants/juveniles. Students learn to function in a professional setting while working with clients who are, have been, or will be under some form of detention/incarceration/court jurisdiction. Students learn note taking, interviewing and case management skills. Students also learn how to assist clients in accessing social services and resources beneficial to their return to society. The course requires a practicum in the form of an internship or special project designed to enable students to apply the theory and knowledge learned in class.

JLC-521
001
JUSTICE, LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate

Justice Workshop (1-6)

Advocate: Offenders in Society

In this professional skill/knowledge building class, students examine the philosophy and theory of working with offenders/defendants/juveniles. Students learn to function in a professional setting while working with clients who are, have been, or will be under some form of detention/incarceration/court jurisdiction. Students learn note taking, interviewing and case management skills. Students also learn how to assist clients in accessing social services and resources beneficial to their return to society. The course requires a practicum in the form of an internship or special project designed to enable students to apply the theory and knowledge learned in class.