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COD 680. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH METHODS. Research techniquesin a communitydevelopment context.Prerequisite: 3 hoursinstatistics. 3

COD 685. SEMINAR. This final seminar will address current issues in Community Development, particularly those of interest to the students and facul- ty involved. Topics such as Community Health, Housing, Enterprise Development, Politics, Diversity, Administration, are examples of such issues. 3

COD 689. INDIVIDUAL STUDIES. 3 COD 695. SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. 3-6

COD 698. PRACTICUM IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. The purpose of the field experience is to enable students to develop a contextualized understanding of community development profession. Prerequisite COD 600. 3-6

COD 699. THESIS. 3-6

Criminal Justice

CRJ 504. CRIMINAL LAW. A survey of applied substantive law with an empha- sis on the most common criminal offenses; development, application, and enforcement of local, state, and federal criminal law. A graduate research project is inclusive resulting in a written composition and presentation. 3

CRJ 505. CRIMINAL EVIDENCE. An in depth study of the criminal case within the several courts of the state and federal systems, criminal court procedure and case preparation and testimony are examined; an examination of the laws of evi- dence and the procedures for obtaining it with special emphasis on application in criminal court. A graduate research project is inclusive resulting in a written composition and presentation. 3

CRJ 506. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. A study of the procedural rules for the judi- cial enforcement of substantive criminal law; an examination of the nature and function of the law with relation to the criminal process and policies and proce- dures in the administration of justice. A graduate research project is inclusive resulting in a written composition and presentation. 3

CRJ 510. APPLIED CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS. An overview of the crime solving process with emphasis on methodology, corpus delecti, and evidence; theory of investigation, case preparation and legal issues relating to criminal investigations are examined. A graduate research project is inclusive resulting in a written composition and presentation. 3

CRJ 511. FORENSIC SCIENCE. The collection and analysis of physical evidence with an emphasis on crime scene techniques and laboratory procedures and instrumentation. A graduate research project is inclusive resulting in a written composition and presentation. 3

CRJ 512. LEGAL LIABILITIES FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE PERSONNEL. The defin- itions, perceptions, and legal concerns involving the idea of deviance in the crim- inal justice arena; the application of civil and criminal remedies for officer mis- conduct at the local, state, and federal levels. A graduate research project is inclusive resulting in a written composition and presentation. 3

CRJ 515. DRUG IDENTIFICATION AND ENFORCEMENT. Lectures, demon- strations and discussions that examine all aspects of drug identification and

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