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Criminal Justice – England, Netherlands & Belgium

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Program Details

Criminal Justice Study Abroad is an experiential learning course. The course curriculum requires students to travel abroad to study the developments of criminological theorizing and the origins of contemporary American criminal justice systems and practices. Travel takes students to foundational cities and geographies to investigate the cross-cultural nature of justice systems.

Program Requirements

  • Must be 18 years old at time of departure
  • 2.0 GPA
  • Completed CJ 3270 - Criminology

Tentative Dates

May 18-28, 2017 (Travel dates)
June 5-23, 2017 (Class dates on DSU campus)

Program Sites

  • London, England
  • The Hague, Netherlands
  • Brussels, Belgium

Course Credit

CJ 4590 - Criminal Justice Study Abroad (3 credit hours)

Estimated Program Fee

$3690.00 – all inclusive (minus some meals)

Program Fee Covers

Non-refundable EF Tours $89 deposit, accommodations in hotels with private bathrooms, continental breakfast daily, sightseeing tours and excursions led by licensed local guides, airport transfers and transportation between destination cities, transportation to all included activities, entrance fees and theater tickets, walking tours, business and academic visits, cruises, trains, ferries.

Program Fee DOES NOT Cover

Airfare, DSU tuition, DSU insurance, optional excursions, beverages, lunches, most dinners, shore excursions on cruises, transportation to free-time activities, customary gratuities, non-standard rooming, porterage, baggage-handling fees, expenses caused by airline rescheduling or delays, passport fee, souvenirs.

Program Director

R.C. Morris, Associate Professor Criminal Justice
Email: Phone: 435-879- 4427 Office: University Plaza D, 103-D