Criminal Justice Department: E-Learning Technology Course

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The University of Alabama Criminal Justice Department Fall 2009 Course: CJ 100- 001, 002 and 003 ( Section 1, 2 and 3) Introduction to Criminal Justice (3hrs.) Computer Based: [E-learning Technology Course] non-traditional course Class Meeting Time: Sec. 1: Mon. and Wed. @ 8:00 am to 8:50 am Sec. 2: Mon. and Wed. @ 9:00am to 9:50am Sec. 3: Mon. and Wed. @ 10:50am to 10:50am Class Room: 116 Farrah Hall Instructor: Mrs. Quanda W. Stevenson, MSCJ and Ph.D (A.B.D) Office: 410 Farrah Hall Office Hours: Monday and Wednesdays: 11am to 12:30pm and Tuesday: 3:00pm to 5pm (or by appointments) Telephone: 348- 3390 or 7795…show more content…
1 and 2: *GTA: Ms. Chantel Foxhall Office: 429 Farrah Hall {[Office Hours: Thurs. @8am to 9am, Friday @ 9am to 10am} (or by appointments) (please email her through e-learning)} Sec. 3 *GTA: Mr. Robert Verhine Office: 429 Farrah Hall {[Office Hours: Monday and Tuesday@ 1pm to 2pm] (or by appointments) (please email him through e-learning)} Course Description An overview of the criminal justice system with emphasis on the roles and problems of law enforcement, courts, and correctional components. This course is a prerequisite for all 300- or 400- level criminal justice courses. General Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes 1. Understand criminology as a scientific discipline, from defining crime as a social problem to knowing the major theories which attempt to explain criminal behavior. 2. Know and understand what occurs during the major steps of the criminal justice, and the juvenile justice process 3. Know the sources of the criminal law, and the rights of criminal defendants, juveniles, and prisoners. 4. Know the development and organization of criminal and juvenile justice agencies, and the selection and duties of the major actors in each…show more content…
Academic Honor Code a. All students in attendance at The University of Alabama are expected to be honorable and observe standards of conduct appropriate to a community of scholars. The University of Alabama expects from its students a higher standard of conduct than the minimum required to avoid discipline (see subsection c.). At the beginning of each semester and on tests and projects, at the discretion of the professor, each student will be expected to sign an Honor Pledge. b. The Academic Honor Pledge reads as follows: I promise or affirm that I will not at any time be involved with cheating, plagiarism, fabrication, or misrepresentation while enrolled as a student at The University of Alabama . I have read the Academic Honor Code, which explains disciplinary procedures that will result from the aforementioned. I understand that violation of this code will result in penalties as severe as indefinite suspension from the University. 2. Code of Academic Conduct a. Academic misconduct includes all acts of dishonesty in any academically related matter and any knowing or intentional help or attempt to help, or conspiracy to help, another student commit an act of academic dishonesty. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to; each of the following acts when performed in any type of academic or academically- related matter, exercise, or

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