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CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES

GUIDED INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

CCJ-2910

 

Criminal Justice Majors who are seeking an A.S. or A.A. Degree may take CCJ 2910 – Criminal Justice Guided Independent Research as an elective. This course is limited to Criminal Justice Majors.  

Students should take the Criminal Justice Guided Independent Research course only after completing most of their criminal justice required courses. Permission of the Instructor is required prior to registering for this course.

Criminal Justice Guided Independent Research, formally known as Directed Research, is no longer required, is no longer a co-requisite of or linked to the Criminal Justice Student Internship (CCJ 2940), and no longer requires instructor permission for registration.


GUIDED INDEPENDENT RESEARCH
3 Credits

An individualized study project which applies the objective approach in the observation and reporting of information relating to social problems, with a focus on understanding and interpreting data, as well as basic statistics. Documented research paper required and must relate to a criminal justice subject area. College level reading and writing skills required.  Prerequisites: Restricted to Criminal Justice majors only.

Prerequisites: Criminal Justice Majors only