Full course description
Duration: 6 Weeks
Commitment: 5 Hours per week (suggested)
Course Type: Independent Study
Requirement: Intro to Music Theory
Text Book: Music Theory 9th Edition
Dr. Alexandra Roberts
Dr. Alexandra Roberts is a distinguished Professor of Criminal Justice with a Ph.D. in the field from a prestigious university. She excels in educating future criminal justice professionals, instilling ethics and critical thinking. Her research covers various areas, including criminal law, policing strategies, and social inequality within the criminal justice system. Dr. Roberts actively engages with communities and collaborates with law enforcement agencies and advocacy groups to improve public safety and promote fairness. A member of esteemed professional organizations, she has received awards for her outstanding contributions to criminal justice education and research. Dr. Roberts is a beacon of knowledge and dedication in the field, inspiring both students and fellow academics.
Student Audience An ideal student is passionate about criminal justice and societal well-being. They possess a strong sense of ethics, critical thinking skills, and a genuine desire to understand and address complex issues within the criminal justice system. This student is dedicated to academic excellence, actively engages in class discussions, and demonstrates a commitment to making a positive impact in their community through their studies and future career. They value fairness, social justice, and are eager to learn and contribute to the field under Dr. Roberts' guidance.
- Comprehensive Understanding: Develop a deep understanding of contemporary issues and challenges within the criminal justice system, covering various aspects such as law enforcement, legal processes, corrections, and criminological theories.
- Critical Analysis: Enhance critical thinking and analytical skills to evaluate and critique policies, procedures, and practices within the criminal justice system, considering their implications on individuals and society.
- Ethical Awareness: Cultivate an ethical mindset and ethical decision-making capabilities, emphasizing the importance of justice, fairness, and integrity within the criminal justice profession.
- "Criminal Justice in America" by George F. Cole, Christopher E. Smith, and Christina DeJon"
- "Policing in America" by Larry K. Gaines and Victor E. Kappeler
- "Criminology" - A leading journal focusing on the study of crime and deviant behavior.
- "Justice Quarterly" - A scholarly journal exploring the justice system and related policies.
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