The major in International Criminal Justice introduces students to the nature and cause of crime at the international level and to the mechanisms for its prevention and control. Components of the criminal justice system as they apply to transnational and international crime are studied, as well as the impact of international law and human rights in addressing crimes against humanity. The major is intended to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed for careers in which the globalization of crime plays an important role. It also is designed to prepare students for advanced work in graduate or professional school.
- Gain descriptive knowledge and will be able to define international and transnational crimes, summarize national, bilateral and multilateral responses to such crimes, and; describe theories for understanding crime and crime control from a global and comparative perspective.
- Develop analytical skills to use theory to interpret and explain empirical developments in the fields of international criminal justice, and; critically evaluate the use of theory and analytical claims advanced by others.
- Develop research skills to use different social science methods to gather and organize data in the fields of international criminal justice, and; critically evaluate the use of such methods by others.
- Develop written and oral communication skills to elaborate informed opinions about issues and ideas in the fields of international criminal justice.
อัพเดทล่าสุดวันที่ February 15, 2018