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CRCJ 3370  JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND JUVENILE JUSTICE (3 credits)

This course focuses on how delinquents and juveniles in need of supervision are handled within the juvenile justice system. The nature and extent of delinquent behavior, status offenses, child abuse and neglect; theories of delinquency and their implications for intervention; cultural and social factors related to delinquency; as well as the philosophy and functioning of the juvenile justice system are covered.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Upper-division CRCJ major; CRCJ minor; CRCJ1010 and jr/sr standing, or instructor permission.

ZTRFCA CRCJ3  CRCJ 3370 LOWER DIVISION TRANSFER EQUIVALENT (1-10 credits)