|Undergraduate Course Details|
The criminal justice technique of mediation will be developed theoretically and through case study methods. Mediation involves an independent third party who acts as facilitator in the resolution of a dispute in lieu of formal judicial intervention. The third party hears both sides of the problem and helps the disputants reach a satisfactory decision about the issue at hand. Three lecture hours per week. Elective for CRJ majors, Administration concentration. Elective for Peace Studies minor. Free Elective.