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ONLINE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SAMPLE COURSES

Course Availability Subject to Change


​​*Below are sample online Criminal Justice courses. This list is not comprehensive of all CU Denver Criminal Justice courses, nor does it include all online Criminal Justice courses. As the semester nears, these courses may reach capacity and be unavailable.

CRJU 5002 - Criminological Theory

Explores the origins of criminal behavior and the impact of crime on society. The course examines theories of deviant, delinquent, and criminal behavior. Additionally, practical implications and application of theoretical constructs are analyzed through current research paradigms and empirical research.

Max hours: 3 Credits.

CRJU 5004 - Statistics

This course covers principles of descriptive and inferential statistics and provides tools for understanding research findings. Topics include: hypothesis testing and point estimation; bivariate and multivariate measures of association; inferential statistics; ordinary least square regressions, logistic regression analyses.

Max hours: 3 Credits.

CRJU 5361 - capstone Seminar

Synthesizes competencies gained throughout the course of study into a client-based research project. Students conduct independent research, complete a final written project demonstrating their qualifications and expertise, and orally present findings to a committee of faculty and criminal justice professionals.

Max hours: 3 Credits.

CRJU 6600 - Special Topics in Criminal Justice

This highly specialized seminar addresses cutting-edge and emerging developments in the field of criminal justice and provides students and faculty with the opportunity to explore significant themes, issues, and problems from a broad interdisciplinary perspective. Topics vary from semester to semester. Course may be taken for credit more than once, provided subject matter is not repeated.

Max hours: 3 Credits.

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