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HUM 2030 — Criminal Minds

Credit Hours: 3.00

Total Contact Hours: 30.00

Lecture Hours: 3.00

Provides an understanding of criminal behavior and antisocial behavior from a psychological perspective. Contemporary research, theory, and practice concerning the psychology of crime will be explored. Students will learn about the factors associated with the onset and maintenance of antisocial and criminal behavior.

Associate of Arts Degree

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Education Concentration

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