SOCI 2753 - Principles of Criminology (3h)

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This course involves the examination of crime in Canada using techniques and theories developed in the discipline of criminology. The course will include a discussion of the fundamental characteristics of crime, the major theories explaining why crime occurs, and how to interpret sources of information on crime.

Prerequisites: 6h from Sociology 1006, 1106 or 6 h from 1013/1023/1033/1113 or equivalent unless otherwise noted or permission of the instructor.

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Course Code Location Instructor Start Date End Date      
N1 Online Chris McCormick Open Entry Syllabus


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