Examines the history and the administration of corrections in America. Emphasis will be placed on the philosophies of punishment, sentencing strategies, prison community, alternatives to incarceration, and various reform efforts. Critical issues facing corrections will also be examined. Students will generally understand the evolution and administration of corrections in America. Campus: USU-CEU only Semester(s) Traditionally Offered: Spring
Proctored tests are required for this course. Additional fees may apply.
|Dates||Fall 2019 | 8/26/19 - 12/13/19|
|Times||TR 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
|Seats Available||104 of 150 Available|
|Waitlist Available||100 of 100 Available|
|USU Eastern-Price||47993||Central Instruction Building (216)|
|Brigham City||47994||Tremonton Center (USU) (124)|
|Logan||47995||Distance Education (013)|
|Moab||47996||To Be Determined|
|Southwest *||47997||To Be Determined|
|Tooele||47998||To Be Determined|
|Uintah Basin||47999||Bingham Center (129)|
|Uintah Basin||47999||Roosevelt Student Center (USU) (175)|
|USU Eastern-Blanding||48000||To Be Determined|
* Not all courses designated "southwest" are available at every Southwest location. Speak with a southwest advisor to confirm availability.