Introduction to Administration of Justice is an introductory course that provides students with an understanding of the functions of law enforcement, the courts, and corrections in dispensing justice. The class will cover the history, theory and philosophy of Administration of Justice in America.
Student Learning Outcomes:
The student will learn the history and development of law enforcement in America, the operations of the criminal court system, and the function and purpose of corrections. The student will also learn about current issues and challenges facing the administration of justice in America.
Criminal Justice Today, An Introductory Text for the 21st Century, 13th edition, by Frank Schmalleger, ISBN: 978-0-133-46004-9. This textbook is available at the COS Bookstore or at various online outlets. The textbook is also available for semester rental and available as an eBook online, both at a reduced cost. Please contact the COS Bookstore for further information. One copy of the text will be on reserve at the Weed campus library.
This course will be taught using Canvas (rather than Etudes) our new Learning Management System (LMS). Canvas will be utilized for submission of homework, quizzes, and other assignments. If you have questions about this class, please email the instructor, Michele Korkowski.
If you have not taken an online class before or need additional help to get started, see our Online Student Help page.
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