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Group 1: Criminal Justice System

Legal Studies/Sociology 131: Criminal Justice in America- M/W 2:30-3:45 + disc

Group 2: Theories of Crime and Deviant Behavior

Sociology 441: Criminology- M/W 2:30-3:45 + disc

Psychology 501: Child Psychopathology- M/W 2:30-3:45 + disc

Psychology 526: The Criminal Mind: Forensic & Psychobiological Persp- T/R 11-12:15 + disc

Group 3: Crime and Justice/Operations of the Justice System

International Studies 601: Topics: International Criminal Justice Models and Practice - 2:30-5 T

Political Science 314: Criminal Law & Justice- M/W 4-5:15

Psych 311-003: Psychology, Law and Social Policies- M/W 4-5:15

Sociology 496-001: Poverty, Inequality, and Social Policy- T/R 9:30-10:45

Sociology 496-009: Gender, Crime and Justice - T/R 1-2:15

Group 4: Broader Psycho/Socio/Economic Processes Related to Criminal Justice

Amer Ind/Sociology 578: Poverty and Place - T/R 1-2:15

Economics 390: Topics: Poverty, Inequality and Public Policy - T/R 11-12:15

Human Development & Family Studies 474: Racial Ethnic Families in the U.S.-  Multiple Lectures (ethnic st)

Legal Studies 400-022: Comparative Constitutional Law - W 1-3:50

Legal Studies 400-023: Impacts of Social and Legal Issues on Health - W 4-5:30 (application required)

Legal Studies 409: Human Rights in Law & Society - T/R 11-12:15

Psychology 405: Abnormal Psychology- TuTh 11-12:15

Social Work 453: Alcohol and Other Drugs of Abuse- T/R 4-5:15

Social Work 462: Child Welfare- T/R 9:30-10:45

Social Work 523: Family Violence - R 3:30-5:25

Social Work 642: Social Work and Adolescents - T 1:20-3:15

Social Work 646: Child Abuse and Neglect - Tu 1:20-3:15

Group 5: Ethnography-Internship Prep

Counseling Psychology 225: Coming to Terms with Diversity - online (ethnic studies)

Counseling Psychology 650: Theory & Practice in Interviewing- F 8:00 to 9:15 + lab

Social Work 441: Generalist Practice; Individuals, Families & Groups (SW Majors only) - T 1:20-3:15 + disc

Sociology 205: Intercultural Dialogues

Group 6: Fieldwork/Internship Seminar- All Internships must be Criminal/Juvenile Justice Related

Human Development & Family Studies 601: Internship- 3-8cr- multiple offerings

Legal Studies 694: Criminal Justice and Legal Studies Field Observation - W 9:30-11:30 (application required)

Psych 412: Field Experience in Psychology-3cr- Th 4-5:30

Rehab Psychology & Special Ed 630: Internship in Rehabilitation or Special Ed- 3-6cr- multiple offerings

Social Work 400: Field Practice and Integrative Seminar I- 5cr- multiple offerings

 


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