CJ212

CJ212 – Introduction to Corrections

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Course ID
CJ212
Department
Criminal Justice
Level
Undergraduate
Semester
Fall 2021: Term 1: August 16 -December 3, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 2: August 16 -October 8, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 3: September 13 -December 3, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 4: October 12 -December 3, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 5: November 22 -December 17, 2021
Credit
3
Method
Online

CJ212 Introduction to Corrections This course is an introduction to the philosophy and history of corrections, identifying multiple facets of the correctional system, including: Jails and Detention Facilities, Probation, Intermediate Sanctions, Imprisonment and Parole. This course focuses on how today’s correctional subsystems function within a larger criminal justice system and covers correctional systems as they apply to the individual and to society.

Prerequisite: None

Required Text

CJ212 Introduction to Corrections is equivalent to

  • Dodge City Community College – CJC130 Introduction to Corrections
  • Pratt Community College – SSC212 Introduction to Corrections
  • Seward County Community College – CJ2303 Introduction to Corrections

Please contact your school counselor if you have a question about the equivalency for this course.