CRM 377 - Restorative Justice
Restorative Justice is a global and local reform strategy to provide meaningful justice options to people whose lives have been impacted by crime. This class explores the theory, practice, and empirical findings associated with restorative justice. Applied learning is central to this class in that circle process is used throughout the semester as a platform for instruction.
Prerequisite Courses: CRM 105 , (CRM 255 or CRM 256 or SOC 255 or SOC 256 ), plus three hours in criminology at 300 level, or permission of instructor.
Course Repeatability: Course may not be repeated.
Additional Course Fees: None
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