Programs & Courses
Financial Aid
Media
banner-image

CRIM 103 Psychology of Crime and Deviance

This course explores biosocial and psychological explanations of criminal behavior (e.g. neurophysiological, psychodynamic, behavioral, cognitive), as well as developmental theories and situational dynamics.  Several types of crimes, including violent (e.g. murder, serial murder, sexual assault), property (e.g. theft, break and enter), and white-collar (e.g. corporate) will be examined. (3,0,0).

Credits 
3.0
Transfer Credits 
Please refer to the BC Transfer Guide. www.bctransferguide.ca
Prerequisites 

English 12 or First People’s English 12 or ENGL 050 (or ENGL 053 or ENGL 055 or equivalent) or satisfactory CAT 3 English placement.