13 credits for 15 students. Coordinator: David Bugg
Thinking about a career in the field of criminal justice? SUNY Potsdam offers a criminal justice major and a minor.This FIG serves as an introduction to the field of criminal justice whether you are interested in a career in law enforcement or corrections.This FIG will explore current issues in the field of criminal justice, focusing on current debates in criminology and criminal justice.
94996 SOCI 103 Introduction to Criminal Justice Studies 3 Cr. MWF 10-10:50am Lewis, N.
This course will introduce students to the debates, theories and research methodologies that help us understand the organization and relationships that created and continue to maintain the criminal justice system.
94997 HIST 204 United States Since 1877 4 Cr. TuTh 3-4:40pm Heisey, M.
Major developments and issues in American History since 1877. Equivalent to HIST 202. Emphasizes writing, reasoning and research. Satisfies General Education AH & FW requirements.
94998 MATH 125 Probability and Statistics I 3 Cr. TuTh 9:30-10:45am Habermas, D.
Probability and Statistics I (3) Elementary probabilistic and descriptive statistical concepts as applied to practical problems from other disciplines and an introduction to methods of statistical inference. Prerequisite: high school algebra or equivalent. Not open to students who have passed another introductory level statistics course (e.g., CIS 125, STAT 100). Satisfies one of the mathematics concentration requirements for B.A. in Elementary Education. Satisfies General Education FM requirement.
94999 BIOL 105 INTRO TO HUMAN GENETICS 3 Cr. MWF 1-1:50pm Trybula, J.
Human genetics, including transmission of genes, genetic ratios, chromosomal defects, sex determination, population considerations, introduction to DNA and gene functions, and moral dilemmas facing society. For non-majors. Satisfies General Education SB requirement.