CJ 450 Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice
F1B 2006 BLZ
Kurita, M. Sue
BA University of Texas at El PasoMA Webster UniversityJD Texas Tech University School of Law
firstname.lastname@example.org (prefered email)
January 3 to February 24
7:40 - 9:10 PM
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Class Assessment: Complete a 15-18 page thesis paper. Present topic to class. Every student must be present to discuss and critique classmates presentation.
Grading: 90% paper; 1o% class discussions
Late Submission of Course Materials: Late work will be docked a letter grade.
Course Topic/Dates/Assignments: 3-Jan Introduction 5-Jan Discuss paper topics 10-Jan Approve and assign topics for paper 12-Jan Approve and assign topics for paper 17-Jan Approve and assign topics for paper 19-Jan Review thesis topic and student's work 24-Jan Research and drafting of project 26-Jan Research and drafting of project 31-Jan Research and drafting of project 2-Feb Research and drafting of project 7-Feb Research and drafting of project 9-Feb PAPER DUE-Class presentations 14-Feb Class presentations 16-Feb Class presentations 21-Feb Class presentations 23-Feb Class presentations
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"This paper is my own work product and has not been used to satisfy a class requirement for any other academic class."
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Last Updated:9/14/2006 11:07:06 AM