Human Behavior and the Legal System
- Criminal Justice Studies (Minor)
Human behavior is shaped and limited by the laws that human society develops. An understanding of the effects of individual behavior on the legal system and the consequence of the existence of a legal system for individual behavior is central to the understanding of human behavior. This course is crosslisted with PSYC 467. Prerequisite: CJS 342 or PSYC 221 or permission of instructor. Occasionally.