Correctional Case Work and Practices

COR-2295 (3.00 credits)

This course is an examination of the principles, ethics, and values associated with effective casework processes in corrections and the application of specific practices of correctional professionals. A practical course dealing with the daily job functions common to both Federal and Provincial corrections. Case studies are employed to give students direct and practical experience in the casework, parole hearings, and community based program processes used in correctional organizations and agencies. Not available for supplemental.

Instruction (3)

Requisite courses: Take COR-2253 (Required, Previous).