College of Applied Health Sciences · College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts Criminology, law, and justice is a social and behavioral science field of study that such as law, sociology, public administration, paralegal studies, and various law, and justice courses and a cumulative GPA in all UIC courses.
The Department of Criminology, Law, and Justice offers work leading to the It is designed for careers in research, evaluation, and criminal justice administration. the Doctor of Philosophy degree offers additional course work in theory, consult Forensic Science in the College of Pharmacy section of the catalog for more.
ED ADM 6201 Knowledge Contexts Of Education Administration And Policy: 3 semester hours This course is a critical examination of both (1) local, state, and federal laws and (2) Western notions of justice within which education both traditional and critical perspectives relevant to home -school-community relations. The course will provide an introduction to legal issues surrounding food production and marketing. The patent is the form of intellectual property protecting "inventions. All students interested in taking the course must be present at the beginning of the first class, including waitlisted students. Understanding Gangs and Responses to Gang Activity. The course will also explore, through example cases, appellate strategy and substantive issues relating to constitutional challenges to state laws. Dr. Cornel West - “The Profound Desire for Justice"