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An examination of white-collar crime; particularly definitional issues. The nature and scope of white-collar crime; the costs associated with white-collar crime, and especially corporate crime are investigated. Other topics include: digital crime, occupational crime, and governmental crime. Students will explore how the criminal justice system responds to such crimes and what interventions will have been utilized. Finally, students will explore why white collar crime occurs.

Credits:  3


  • CJL 200 (with a min grade of )
  •   OR  CJL 300 (with a min grade of )
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