CRIM 3319/5319 Victimology

Sociological investigation of institutional, economic, family, and personal victimization in American society with special attention to causes and processes of exploitation.

Course details

Units: 
3
Course syllabus: 
View the course syllabus for more details
Prerequisites: 
UNI students: junior standing
Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) distribution area: 

Students working toward their Bachelor of Liberal Studies may apply credit earned in this course to their degree. This Guided Independent Study course is applicable to the Social Sciences distribution area. Learn more about the BLS degree program.

Textbook(s)

Gaigle, L. Victimology: The Essential. 2013. SAGE Publications. 978-14522-5839-3

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Additional materials: 

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Course delivery

This course is available in an online format, utilizing web pages and eLearning, a learning management system requiring Internet access and a web browser. Students may need access to someone who can assist with computer set-up.

Instructor(s)

Qingli Meng

Enrollment information

Tuition: $233/unit, plus non-refundable enrollment fee of $10 and technology fee of $38 for online courses

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