CJ 152 - Issues in Corrections
Course #: CJ 152
This course is designed to introduce students to a variety of concepts and policy issues that are critical to the field of corrections. The course is designed to develop the student’s ability to critically examine a diverse range of topics. Students will discuss such issues as the purpose of incarceration, experiences of living and working within prisons, alternative systems of corrections, international correctional methodologies, as well as the impact of gender, race and class issues upon our correctional system. Note: Offered spring semesters only.