Criminal Justice B.Tech.

Course Description

Investigating Cyberculture

This course will examine the contemporary transformation in human interaction via computer technologies. Topics investigated through reading and research include: new concepts of space and time; electronic subjectivity and anonymity; new representations of gender, race and class; emergence of new forms of expression; glocalization and the trend in networked individualism and the impact of hypertext and multimedia technologies on human thinking and learning. Prerequisite: SOCI 101 or permission from the instructor. 3 credits (3 lecture hours), fall semester These credits count toward the Social Sciences (list C) requirements for graduation.

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Clare E. Armstrong-Seward
Criminal Justice Program Chair
(315) 684-6148
armstrc@morrisville.edu
Crawford Hall, Room 210

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Admissions Requirements

First-year students
A minimum combined verbal, math and written SAT score of 1400 or a minimum composite ACT score of 19. 

Transfer Students
Transferring students should possess an associate degree in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a closely related field and have successfully completed courses that are equivalent to CJUS 101CJUS 201CJUS 202CJUS 230 and CJUS 231. Students who have completed associate degrees in other areas or who have completed the associate degree without successfully completing courses that are equivalent to CJUS 101CJUS 201CJUS 202CJUS 230 and CJUS 231 may apply for acceptance with the understanding that time to degree completion may be increased.