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UGRD > CRMJUS > 462L
Internship in Law and Juvenile Justice
This course provides an historical and sociological introduction to our juvenile justice system, and considers such issues as children's rights and the role of the family versus the role of various judicial institutions. In addition to classroom work, students undertake supervised field placements in juvenile courts, probation offices, and youth rehabilitation programs.CRMJUS 462L and SOCIOL 462L are the same course.
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Pre Requisites: Pre-reqs = SOCIOL 101 and SOCIOL/CRMJUS 104L and SOCIOL/CRMJUS 262L and SOCIOL/CRMJUS 351L and oneof the following: SOCIOL/CRMJUS 350L352L and 75 or more credits and completion of WPE.