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1 SAMPLE SUBJECT TO CHANGE University of Toledo Department of Criminal Justice CRIM 1010 Criminal Justice (3 credits) Section 901 Fall Semester, 2014 Location: ONLINE Instructor: Ashley Miles Office: 3 rd Floor Graduate Assistant Office: HH 3000 Health Science and Human Services Bldg. Office Hours: Mondays 10:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. Course Description This course involves an introductory study of the overall history, philosophy, and functioning of the criminal justice system in the United States. The integrated roles of law enforcement, the courts, and corrections will be analyzed and discussed. Course Learning Objectives Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to demonstrate the ability to: 1. Describe the contribution of each of the components of the criminal justice system (police, courts, and corrections) to the administration of the justice system. 2. Explain the origin and evolution of the criminal justice system. 3. Identify the major theories of criminal behavior. 4. Outline the process of a case as it progresses through the criminal justice system. 5. Trace the path of both the offender and the victim through the criminal justice system. 6. Identify the mission, roles and strategies of the police.. Compare and contrast the differences between community-based and institutional corrections. 8. Discuss the competing rationales and justifications for sanctions. 9. Recognize and explain the impact of diversity in the system and on all those involved in the system. 10. Identify and discuss ethical issues in criminal justice. 11. Identify the different types of crime and their extent in society. 12. Explore the many different career paths in criminal justice. 13. Understand the basic concepts related to the elements of criminal law and procedure. 14. Identify and discuss various types of courts and court systems (e.g. juvenile, civil, etc.). 15. Identify the sources of the criminal law and define various common law crimes. Internet Access Requirement This is an online course. By taking this course you accept responsibility for maintaining internet access throughout this entire course. Failing to have internet access will not be accepted as an excuse for missing an assignment deadline. If something happens to your computer or your internet access, it is your responsibility to find another source of internet access to complete your assignments on time. Required Readings Textbook: You MUST obtain, read, and study a copy of the course textbook: Cole, Smith & Dejong, American System of Criminal Justice. New York, NY: Wadsworth. (Note: You must use the fourteenth edition of this book.) 1

2 Study outlines: Each student should download and review the study guides found in each Module folder. Because there is so much material in the textbook to absorb, I have included these study guides which highlight the most important information in each Module. It is recommended that you focus on these study guides when studying for the course exams. I believe that you will find them highly beneficial. Course Lecture Slides: The lecture slides in this course are also required reading, supplementing the information found in the textbook. Student Learning Methods You will learn the material for this course through three types of activities: reading the textbook, reviewing the lecture slides, and going over the study guides. Textbook readings The textbook is the primary source of material for this course. You are expected to read the textbook chapters carefully and take notes about what you have read. Your notes will prove very useful when answering the exam and quiz questions. Lecture slides For each Module of the course, there are corresponding sets of PowerPoint lecture slides. These lecture slides will identify the key information found in textbook and help reinforce the information you will need to know for the exams and quizzes. I recommend that you read the lecture slides before you read the corresponding chapter in the textbook. This will help you organize your notes by identifying the key points in each chapter. Study outlines Each student should download and review the study guides found in each Module folder. Because there is so much material in the textbook to absorb, I have included these study guides which highlight the most important information in each Module. It is recommended that you focus on these study guides when studying for the course exams and quizzes. I believe that you will find them highly beneficial. Student Evaluation Methods There will be 16 quizzes, one quiz for each chapter 1-6 and 8-1. You may complete these quizzes as early as you like, but you cannot take them late. There will also be a midterm and final each will consist of 50 questions. Let me repeat this important point, YOU CANNOT TAKE ANY QUIZZES OR EXAMS LATE. There will also be a discussion board for chapter. All quizzes, exams and discussion boards will be available the first day of class. If you know you will be unavailable for a period of time during this course, I expect you to complete your work early. I will not permit any makeup work unless you can prove, with written documentation, that an unexpected emergency situation prevented you from completing the assignment by incapacitating you 24-hours a day, -days a week, for the entire time the assignment was available. In other words, do not procrastinate and keep up with the class schedule. The exams and quizzes can be found by following the Exams and Quizzes link on the control panel on the left-hand side of the screen when on the course homepage. Discussion Board There is an introduction discussion board, this is where you introduce yourself so I can get to know you. There is no point value for this. For chapter there will be a discussion board. You can find this on the left-hand side and it will be labeled discussion board. There is no make-up for this and if it is not done by the deadline no points will be awarded. Rubric Your answer needs to be spelled correctly and also have proper grammar and punctuation. Absolutely no texting lingo. 2

3 Sentences should properly flow together; they also need to have a logical pattern to them. Use at least one example from your book or the internet (a reputable webpage) to support your answer. No plagiarism, I will be checking your sources. Here is the definition for plagiarism according to the dictionary: an act or instance of using or closely imitating the language and thoughts of another author without authorization and the representation of that author s work as one s own, as by not crediting the original author. This may be your first college class but you are now a college student and I expect college level work. Exams This course will use 2 exams, a midterm and a final. Each exam will consist of 50 truefalse and multiple-choice questions. Each question is worth one point. You will be allowed to take each exam three times to try to improve your score. The reason I allow you to retake the exam twice is so that you can learn from your mistakes. The whole purpose of these exams is to encourage you to learn the material. PLEASE NOTE: These exam questions will not be easy. They are designed to ensure that you studied the material to university standards. Each exam is posted online. The midterm will be due on October 26, 2014 and will cover chapters 1-8. The final will be due December 21, 2014 and will cover chapters 9 through 1. For the exams I recommend studying the study guides and reviewing the power points. It may be useful to take notes from the previous tests on the important parts that are highlighted in the quizzes. You will have an hour to take each exam. These exams will also be available the first day of class. Quizzes- There will be 16 quizzes that will be available on the first day. Each quiz will consist of 10 true-false and/or multiple-choice. You will have 10 minutes to take each quiz and you will be able to take each quiz a total of 3 times. Each quiz will be worth 10 points. Once you answer a question during the quiz you will not be able to go back and choose a different answer, if you got the answer wrong you can answer the question on the next attempt of the test. I will take your best score out of the three attempts. At the start of the course, all of the quizzes are available 24-hours a day until each assignment s due date. The due dates are found in the schedule at the end of this syllabus. If you wish to complete the quizzes in less than 16 weeks, you are free to do so. HOWEVER, ALL EXAMS MUST BE COMPLETED BY THEIR ASSIGNED DUE DATES. Please do not procrastinate. Grading Scale 16 quizzes x 10 points each = 600 points Discussion board = 100 points 2 exams x 50 points each = 100 points Total of 800 points pts. = A pts. = B pts. = C pts. = D Below 480 pts. = F 3

4 NOTE: I do not usually award + or grades. Communication Expectations All students have two obligations regarding in this course. 1. Each student must check her / his official University of Toledo account at least twice a week while enrolled in this course. This is the method through which I will contact you if any changes or updates are necessary. So, just like if you were coming to class in my oncampus course, I expect to be able to reach you twice a week if necessary. 2. Please keep in mind that even though the materials in this online course are available 24 hours a day, days a week, I am not. Just like with my on-campus courses, I am only available to you a few days a week. I will check my course s at least four times a week (usually more often), but do not expect an immediate reply, especially if you me on a weekend or in the evening. This paragraph is to ensure that you have actually read the syllabus. If you would like 5 extra-credit points added to your score at the end of the course, please send me an before August 31, swearing that you have read this syllabus and understand the your obligations in completing this course. Remember, my is you do not receive a reply to your within 48 hours, your either did not go through, or you did not send it to the correct address. Withdrawal Policy Every student in this course must be officially registered for this course. Adding this course, dropping this course, or changing it to an audit status course must be approved by your adviser and the UT Registrar s Office. The last day to add or drop a course is explained in more detail in the undergraduate student handbook. Academic Integrity and Student Behavior Policy The University Rules, including the Student Code of Conduct, and other documented policies of the department, college, and university related to academic integrity will be enforced. Any violation of these regulations, including acts of plagiarism or cheating, will be dealt with on an individual basis according to the severity of the conduct. Each student is also expected to conduct her/himself in a respectable, professional manner while in class. Disruptions should be kept to a minimum out of courtesy to the other students who have spent their money to attend this course. NOTE: Disrespectful communication directed at the instructor (including communication in s) will result in immediate administrative withdrawal from this course. Please take note, exclamation points and writing sentences in all capital letters constitutes yelling and is unacceptable. Special Needs Policy If you have any special needs related to your participation in this course, including identified visual impairments, hearing impairments, physical impairments, communication disorders, and/or specific learning disabilities that may influence your performance in this course, you should meet with the instructor to arrange for reasonable provisions to ensure an equitable opportunity to meet all the requirements of this course. Accommodations require prior approval by the Office of Accessibility. Aug 25-dec 15 Tentative Class Schedule (You may complete this schedule more quickly if you desire) 4

5 DATES August 25 through August 31 September 1 September 1 September 1 September 8 14 ACTIVITIES LEARNING MODULE I READINGS: Lecture Slides for Module 1 14 th Edition Textbook Chapters 1-4 Study Guide Module 1 Quiz 1: Due no later than September th at midnight (STUDY: study guide for module I, Lecture slides for module I, and chapter 1 in the textbook) Introduction discussion board will be available until September th at midnight Quiz 2: Due no later than September th at midnight (STUDY: study guide for module I, Lecture slides for module I, and chapter 2 from the textbook) Quiz 3: Due no later than September 14 th at midnight (STUDY: study guide for module I, Lecture slides for module I, and chapter 3 from the textbook) September September September Quiz 4: Due no later than September 21 st at midnight (STUDY: study guide for module I, Lecture slides for module I, and chapter 3 from the textbook) LEARNING MODULE II READINGS: Lecture slides for Module 2 14 th Edition Textbook Chapters 5-8 Study Guide Module 2 Quiz 5: Due no later than September 28 th at midnight (STUDY: study guide for module 2, lecture slides for module 2, and chapter 5 from the textbook) September 29 through October 5 Quiz 6:Due no later than October 5 th at midnight (STUDY: study guide for module 2, lecture slides for module 2, and chapter 6 from the textbook) October 6 through October 12 Discussion board for chapter. Due no later than October 12 th at midnight (Study: study guide for module 2, lecture slides for module 2, and chapter from the textbook) 5

6 October 13 through October 19 Quiz 8: Due no later than October 19 th at midnight (STUDY: study guide for module 2, lecture slides for module 2, and chapter 8 from the textbook) October 20 through October 26 October 20 through October 26 October 2 through November 2 LEARNING MODULE lll READINGS: Lecture slides for Module 3 14 th Edition Textbook Chapters 9-12 Study Guide Module 3 Midterm covers chapters 1 through 8: Due no later than October 26 th at midnight (STUDY: Learning module I and II materials; lecture slides, and study guides, also chapters 1 through 8 in the textbook) Quiz 9: Due no later than November 2 nd at midnight (STUDY: lecture slides for module III, study guide module III, and chapter 9) October 2 through November 2 Quiz 10: Due no later than November 2 nd at midnight (STUDY: lecture slides module III, study guide module III, chapter 10 in the textbook) November 3 through November 9 Quiz 11: Due no later than November 9 th at midnight (STUDY: lecture slides module III, study guide module III, chapter 11 in the textbook) November November 1 23 November 1 23 November December 1 through December Quiz 12: Due no later than November 16 th at midnight (STUDY: lecture slides module III, study guide module III, chapter 12 in the textbook) LEARNING MODULE IV READING: Lecture slides for Module 4 14 th Edition Textbook Chapters 13-1 Study Guide Module 4 Quiz 13: Due no later than November 23 rd at midnight (STUDY: lecture slides module IV, study guide module IV, chapter 13 in the textbook) Quiz 14: Due no later than November 30 th at midnight (STUDY: lecture slides module IV, study guide module IV, chapter 14 in the textbook) Quiz 15: Due no later than December th at midnight (STUDY: lecture slides module IV, study guide module IV, chapter 15 in the textbook) 6

7 December 8 through December 14 Quiz 16: Due no later than December 14 th at midnight (Study: lecture slides module IV, chapter 16 in the textbook) December 8 through December 14 Quiz 1: due no later than December 14 th at midnight (STUDY: lecture slides module IV, study guide IV, chapter 1 in the textbook) Finals week December 15 th Final exam covers chapters 9 through 1: Due no later than December 21 st at midnight (STUDY: module III and IV materials; lecture slides and study guides, also chapters 9 through 1 in the textbook)

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