CRMJ 450 Mentored Research

This course allows students in the Criminal Justice major to conduct a research project, with the mentorship and supervision of a faculty member. Students will engage in the entirety of the research process, including reviewing the academic research on their chosen topic, designing a research project, applying for human-subjects review approval, carrying out their approved project, and constructing a journal-article style manuscript. This course may be taken multiple times for credit.




(SOC 200 or BUAD 200 or ECON 200 or POLI 200 or STAT 200) and SOC 300


Every semester