2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

CJC 301 Evaluation Research in Criminal Justice

This course examines how evaluation research is used to study crime, criminality, policy, and the criminal justice system. The underlying assumptions of statistics are learned, research methods are evaluated, statistical tests are interpreted, and evaluation research skills are learned in order to teach students how to draw conclusions about the utility and application of criminal justice-related research findings. 

Prerequisite: CJC 101 and CJC 102 and CJC 220

Open only to CJC majors.