CJT 120: Criminal Justice Ethics
This is a normative ethics course that examines values and issues relevant to success in the criminal justice area. The course includes personal values clarification, historical ethics and applied ethics. The student will be exposed to ethical issues that a practitioner in law enforcement, the courts or corrections may encounter in their careers. Students will learn the information and skills necessary to address these issues.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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