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CJ 3100 - Criminal Justice Research Methods

4 Credits (Minimum) 4 Credits (Maximum)

This course covers the basic techniques and procedures used in the process of conducting criminal justice research by developing the necessary skills to conduct, define and critically analyze scholarly research. Students will become informed consumers of criminal justice research by learning how to formulate, define, and conduct their own research projects. Specific topics include research design, ethics of conducting criminal justice research, data collection and analytics, principles of reliability and validity, sampling methods, selecting and measuring variables, stating hypotheses, survey analysis, and developing experimental and quasi-experimental designs. Approved for Compass Curriculum requirement: Writing Intensive. Prer., Sophomore Standing.



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