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2013 Spring Term 2
PSYC 323/Lecture/1 - Forensic Psychology | Credits 3.000
Introduces students to psychological issues in the area of criminal justice, including the topics of juvenile delinquency, mental illness and criminal responsibility, and rehabilitation of offenders. Psychological theories and research on the causes of criminal behavior and the role of the psychologist in the criminal justice system are presented. Formerly PSY 333 and PSYC 323 Criminal and Forensic Psychology. 3 credits Prerequisites: PSYC 101 and 3 additional Psychology credits at the 200 level

Registration Type Traditional
Fees N/A
Instructors Bishop, Christopher L.
Duration 3/15/2013 - 5/11/2013
Schedule Saturday  8:30 AM - 12:30 PM;  Trinity, Main, Room 236
Prerequisites PSYC 101 / Lecture <min credit = 3.000>
Corequisites N/A
Credit Types Audit Continuing Education Graduate Credit Pass No Pass Tell Credit Transfer Credit Undergraduate Credit Workshop Credit
Class 20 Seats | 9 Remaining
Open (Minimum Met)

Primary population and other student populations allowed to register for this course:
 Primary Population# Others Allowed# Others Registered
Campus  Trinity Washington University200
Program  Undergraduate00
College  Sch of Prof. Studies209
Department  Psychology2011