This course is designed to explore crime, its context, and especially its causes. First, a foundation will be provided concerning the basic concepts of crime, law, and criminology. Next, theories of crime causation will be explored. The etiology or causes of crime are at the heart of this course, with the theories acting as pillars in the class structure. Next, crime typologies will be examined, or the different kinds of crimes most prevalent in our society. Lastly, we will gain an overview of the criminal justice system itself. The intent of this format is to present a balanced perspective on the field of criminology for new students to the discipline. Attention will also be directed to assure inclusion of issues concerning race, gender, and class, which are often overlooked.
This course covers the fundamental principles and procedures employed in the investigation of a crime. Emphasis is placed on the investigation of specific crimes, the identification of sources of information and the procedures necessary for the proper handling of evidence. This course is designed to develop a working knowledge of the steps of investigation beginning with the initial security of the crime scene and concluding with the presentation of evidence and proper testimony in court.
Criminal psychological test technology
This course is an examination of psychology of human behavior as it relates to crime. The student will beintroduced to psychopathology, the sexually violent offender, and serial murder. The student will also examine violent juvenile offenders and the process of psychological conditioning which allows them to commit violent criminal acts.
Criminal science and technology
Introduction to public security information work
Public Security Administration
public security learn basic theory
"This crouse introduce the definition and history of abnormal psychology;
Also include medical science, psychodynamic, model of behaviour and society; The expression of mintal disorder: perception, attention, memory, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, anxiety disorders; personality disorders, sexual and gender identity disorders, etc."
Introduction to Social Work
This is an introductory course mainly designed for the students in the field of sociology and social work, aiming to load the students with fundamental background, concepts, theories, methods and future trend of social work as a helping profession in a changing social context. The four-credit course will be mainly taught through lectures, group discussions, case analysis and student-oriented learning activities. In the process of classroom teaching, the lecturer will spend majority of time on introducing the history of social work profession, social welfare institution, values and ethics of social work, human behaviors and social environment, social work theories, social work methods and leading the students to deepen their understanding the ethics, skills and knowledge base of social work profession. More important, this course will also highlight the significance of developing social work profession in China.
Application of public security information system
Specifically, this course will highlight critical issues and trends in community-based corrections as well as evaluate the practice of community corrections nationwide. Special emphasis will be placed on exploring the development of community corrections, including probation, parole,intermediate punishments, special offenders in the community, and juvenile offenders in the community.
In this course, we will examine the field of victimology, including its scope and development, review the problems associated with victimization, examine the relationship between the victim and the offender, the victim and the criminal justice system, and the victim and society. We will also discuss various practical applications and policies that have resulted from society’s increasing concern about victims.
Criminal Law: General Theory
This course focuses on explaining the knowledge of the general part of criminal law and clarifying the norm of criminal law. In this course, the professor will systematically narrate some basic theoretical issues of the criminal law of our county, especially the latest research achievement, as well as some theoretical knowledge and latest trends of criminal law. This course will also allow students to discuss some cases and practical questions to have a better understanding of criminal law.
Criminal Procedure Law is a course which put legislation,practice and theory relating to criminal procedure as its research object.It is one of the fourteen backone courses opened by law school,and also the key subject of National Judicial Examination.
Specific Provisions of Criminal Law
This course mainly focuses on the traditional crimes, the economic crimes and the job-related crimes, including crimes of endangering national security in Chapter I, crimes of endangering public security in Chapter II, crimes of infringing upon citizen's right of the person and democratic rights in Chapter IV, crimes of property violation in Chapter V and crimes of obstructing the administration of public order in Chapter VI. This course mainly covers and explores the concept of specific cirmes, the protection of legal rights, the special constitutive elements of crime, the solution to puzzling cases and controversial issues, the regulations in legislative interpretation, the content of judicial interpretation, and the criminal liablity of important crimes. This course lays emphasis on developing students' ability of legal thinking and solving knotty cases.
This lecture course – INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY is designed to present students with a general knowledge of Psychology, including its definition, research methods, and main research domains: i.e., sensation and perception, learning, memory, language and thought, consciousness, intelligence, personality, emotion, motivation, psychological disorders and intervention, social cognition, interpersonal processes, and other topics will be discussed in this lecture. The course is accessible to all the undergraduates except the Psychology majors, who will be admitted to specific curriculum. Therefore, the professor and teaching assistants will concentrate on introducing full-range while elementary phenomena and researches, instead of investigating selected domains or topics in depth. In the end of the semester, students are expected to acquire an understanding of primary concepts, theories and methodologies in general psychology. Moreover, the interest developed in this course may lead students to apply the psychological theories to daily life and get prepared for advanced courses.
Jurisprudence is the science, study and theory of law. It includes principles behind law that make the law. Scholars of jurisprudence, also known as jurists or legal theorists (including legal philosophers and social theorists of law), hope to obtain a deeper understanding of the nature of law, of legal reasoning, legal systems and of legal institutions.
Introduction to Sociology
This course is designed to introduce students to foundemental concepts, theories and methods in sociology. It will also focus on helping students to learn major topics and perspectives in sociological research in China and wordwide, strengthening their professional identity as well as building a sense of social responsibility
Methods of Social Survey and Social Research
This course--Methods of Social Survey and Social Research is designed for finding and solving kinds of social problems, providing the basic principles､programs､methods and applications of social research methods.
The main methods of social science research are statistical survey method､Field study method､Experimental method and Method of literature. This course is going to leading students to study and use those four methods, setting up the basement of their future study of special fields in social science.