CRM 355 - Global Crime
Three Credits or .
Alternate Years: Fall 2016, 2018
This course provides a foundation for understanding causation, victimization, and control problems of various forms of transnational and international crimes. To understand the context for these crimes the course begins with an introduction to globalization and its effects on society, people, and crime. The second part of the course examines the nature and manifestations of various forms of global crimes ranging from genocide to human trafficking, organized crime, and corporate deviance.
Fulfills the Moral Inquiry requirement. Course may be applied to the Anthropology and Asian Studies minors.
Students registered for this course are eligible to apply for the Learning Inside Out (LION) international internship and professional development program. Please contact Professor Anamika Twyman-Ghoshal for details.