Crime & Punishment in the United Kingdom
The purpose of this trip is for Texas Students to gain a better understanding of the origins of the American criminal justice system. Thus the course functions as a comparative criminal justice course since the students are supposed to write about the similarities and differences of the US, English, and Scottish CJ systems, which all have their own anomalies. Furthermore they will understand how legal traditions evolve according to cultural, social and economic factors. By witnessing felony trials at the Old Baily, visiting busy prisons such as Pentionville Prison, and historical sites such as the London Tower and the Clink Prison, the students will be exposed to the full continuum of English crime and punishment from the Anglo-Saxon and Roman periods to the Victorian era and on the to the present.
June 16-28, 2014
- CRIJ 4377: Special Topics: Crime & Punishment in the Common Law Tradition
Students will need to have a GPA of at least 2.2 for this trip. No visa is required.
The faculty advisor will set up lodging and classroom space as well as setting up all field trips and site visits, sometimes predicated on weather at the time.
Instructor helps students find best prices and flights and meets each at the airport upon their arrival. Students are to travel on independent flights.
Includes: In-country travel, lodging, site visit fees
Not Included: Tuition, airfare, meals, health insurance, spending money
FACULTY LEADER CONTACT INFO
Dr. Mitchel Roth
February 1, 2014
- $300 non-refundable deposit
Submit completed application to faculty leader via email or in person.
Office of International Programs
Farrington Building, Suite 116, Huntsville, TX 77340