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The following books will be used in the Summer and Fall online criminal justice courses.

TermCourse NumberCourse NameInstructorText17FA(A)CJ 277Intro to CorrectionsSampson, L.Siegal, L. & C. Bartollas (2017).  Corrections Today (4th ed).  Boston, MA: Cengage.  ISBN: 978-133709185517FA(A)CJ 307VictimologyPumphrey, J.Karman, A. (2015). Crime Victims: An Introduction to Victimology. Boston, MA: Cengage Publishing. ISBN: 978-130526103717FA(A)CJ 360Readings in Crime and JusticeRubin, M.NO TEXT REQUIRED17FA(A)CJ 362Criminal LawHedrick, M.Samaha, J. (2015). Criminal Law (12th ed.) Bostion, MA: Cengange Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-305-57738-117FA(B)CJ 270Role of Police in Modern SocietyRubin, M.Brandl, S. (2018). Police in America. Thousand Oaks, VA: Sage Publishing.  ISBN: 978-1-4833-7913-517FA(B)CJ 332Terrorism and Homeland SecurityHedrick, M.White, J.R. (2017). Terrorism and Homeland Security (E-book). (9TH Ed.).Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.  ISBN # 97813…
Welcome to the Ashland University Online Criminal Justice Program blog.  Over the coming weeks and months we will begin disseminating information about upcoming courses, textbooks, and other important program information here.  If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about the program, please contact Dr. Mark Rubin, Director of Online Criminal Justice, by email, or phone at 419-289-5657