Monica Solinas-Saunders, Ph D.
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Office: Dunes Prof. Bld Rm 2135A
Online Course Offered:
J331: Introduction to Corrections: This course is a survey of contemporary systems including the analysis or federal, state, and local corrections; adult and juvenile facilities and programs; probation, parole, and other intermediate sanctions. Issues related to race, ethnicity, and gender will be explored. An overview of career opportunities in corrections will be also provided. As this course will be completed entirely online, students are expect to also demonstrate an ability to work in a cyber-learning environment in which they will interact regularly with the instructor and the other students enrolled in the course. Students are also expected to demonstrate the ability to work in groups as instructed during the semester.
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Course Goals and Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, a student should be able to:
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Course Activities: During the semester students are required to:
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