NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) is excited to announce that the course, CRJU 3600 Comparative Criminal Justice, will be offered during the Winter 2016 term. The course focuses on the criminal justice and legal systems of select nations as they compare with the U.S. justice model. The focus of this course will be on Spain. The three-credit course, offered by the Department of Justice and Human Services (DJHS), will include travel to Barcelona, Spain during spring break. George Katoti, Ph.D., LL.M., faculty in DJHS will be the course instructor and will lead the trip to Spain.
Undergraduates from all majors are invited to consider this dynamic course. Prerequisites include: CRJU 1100 or LGST 2500, or LEGS 1150 or INST 1500 or POLS 1200 or INB 3550 or the completion of 12 credit hours.
For more information, please see: http://www.nova.edu/internationalaffairs/travel-study-abroad/travel-study/spain.html or contact Katoti at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 954-262-7678.