CRM 310 Victimless Crime

Examines causes, characteristics, and policy relating to so-called victimless crimes like drugs, gambling, prostitution, and pornography.  Provides a comprehensive analysis of historical and contemporary legal approaches including prohibition, decriminalization, and regulation. Focuses on strategies that are applied across the world to address these controversial behaviors. Students who have taken CRM 410 cannot take this course for credit.

 

Prerequisite

CRM 230, CRM 231, CRM 238, CRM 260 (all with a grade of C- or higher).

General Education

  • Course meets International Requirement

Offered

  • Irregular