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Environmental Criminology

ENCJ405

Description

This course explores environmental criminology and law by examining the strengths and weaknesses of federal and state laws that apply to water, air, land, and biodiversity. Specifically, the course explores specific issues that pertain to the nature and responses to environmental law, including crimes against nature, transgressions against humans, environments, and nonhuman animals. Students will also learn broad conceptual knowledge about law enforcement and regulation relevant for a criminological approach to environmental issues.

Dates

Oct 5, 2020 — Nov 8, 2020

Location

Distance Education - Online

Registration Information

For credit cost: $1410