Study Abroad Program: Criminology & Criminal Justice; Prague, Summer 2011

Course Information: The six-week Criminology and Criminal Justice program consists of two courses: SOC482A, International and Comparative Criminal Justice Systems, and SOC482B, International and Comparative Crime and Deviance. The courses provide students with direct experience and insight into issues and problems of crime and criminal justice in this rapidly changing society.  With its recent political and economic history, Prague provides a fascinating opportunity  to study issues of democratization, crime, and justice.

Tentative Program Dates: June 4–July 16, 2011.

Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA minimum and good disciplinary standing.

Estimated Cost: Available mid-November

To Apply: Apply online at

For Information: Contact Dr. Mike Hogan, faculty director, at or 970-491-5951

Colorado State University