Criminology and Criminal Justice in Prague
Many of our sociology faculty help lead this six-week Criminology and Criminal Justice program abroad. It is open to any major and consists of two courses: SOC482A International and Comparative Criminal Justice Systems, and SOC482B International and Comparative Crime and Deviance. Courses emphasize crime and criminal justice issues in the Czech Republic, and include a variety of guest speakers and subject-relevant field trips in the region. Many of these involve high-ranking government ministers and officials, and thus provide students with direct experience and insight into issues and problems of crime and criminal justice in this rapidly changing society.
Widely considered one of the most beautiful capitals of Europe, Prague is an important economic, historical and cultural center. With its recent political and economic history, Prague provides a fascinating opportunity for students enrolled in the Criminology & Criminal Justice program to study issues of democratization, criminology & criminal justice.
CSU’s Education Abroad
Education abroad opportunities exist in nearly any country of the world. From animal production in France or intensive language in China, to field research in Costa Rica or media practice in Europe – the possibilities are endless!
Semester at Sea
Become an engaged global citizen! Semester at Sea takes a global comparative approach to study abroad using a ship as its traveling campus and sailing to multiple ports around the world. All academic credits are earned through fully-accredited CSU courses as CSU is the academic home for Semester at Sea.