SOCIOL461-01Z Internship in Law and Criminal Justice (with Gerald M Walsh)
This course provides an historical and sociological analysis of our state and federal court systems, and considers such issues as the rights of indigent defendants, the bail system, right to counsel, and the adversary nature of some proceedings. In addition to classroom work, students undertake supervised field placements in probation offices, parole boards, district attorneys' offices, and correctional programs.
Prerequisite(s): SOCIOL 101 and SOCIOL 104 and SOCIOL 262 and SOCIOL 202 and (SOCIOL 350 or 352), completion of WPE and 75+ credits.
Registration for Summer Session I is closed.