CRJ 4103: Diversity and Ethics in Criminal Justice

Description

This course provides insight into the importance of diversity and ethical behavior on background information, current diversity situations, and future trends involving diversity. The roles of practitioners regarding controversial opinions, types of diversity, etc. are explored. Students will focus their classroom experience on scenarios and situations in the criminal justice field, in order to gain insight into the potential ethical issues they may face upon graduation.

Outcomes

  1. Differentiate between the various ethical systems.
  2. Discuss various theories of moral development.
  3. Identify forms of unethical and ethical behavior in the criminal justice system.
  4. Discuss the relationship between the law and morality.
  5. Analyze current ethical issues in criminal justice.

Prerequisites

  1. CRJ 2200
  2. CRJ 3301
  3. CRJ 2000
  4. CRJ 2001

Textbook(s)

Justice, crime, and ethics (Rev: 9th ed.)

Publisher: Routledge (2017)
Author: Braswell, M. C., McCarthy, B. R., & McCarthy, B. J.
ISBN: 9781138210202
Price: $87.30

* Disclaimer: Textbooks listed are based on the last open revision of the course. Prior revisions and future revisions may use different textbooks. To verify textbook information, view the course syllabus or contact Student Services at students@waldorf.edu