This semester I studied human trafficking, advanced corrections, communities and crime, and psychological explanations of crime.
That’s a fancy way of saying three seminars and a first-year course.
Human trafficking was interesting because the whole class focused on misinformation and the lack of human trafficking and what that actually means. But mostly it focused on the prof’s dissertation.
My corrections class was unfortunate. Despite the interesting subject, the prof was such a newb. He’s the only prof I’ve ever had who’s given our papers back immediately before professor evaluations. Also, next person who says group project is getting punched in the face.
Communities and crime. In case you’re wondering what this class is about, so am I. The end.
My last class, a Psych-Crim hybrid, was fantastically easy. Bring on the PowerPoint notes! I wrote the paper in a day, the final in an hour, and then officially became a Crim major. And it only took four years!
Wednesday, May 15, 2013