White collar crime is an examination of the definitions, theories, laws, and policy responses that shape crimes by corporations, government agencies, professionals, and others engaged in legitimate occupations.
References to all sources must be included with format following that of a journal in the field of study relevant to the thesis topic. A signed physical copy of the Honors thesis document must be submitted to the Biology Undergraduate Advising Office prior to graduation.
Tasks may involve staff work or research. Research rules Honors research may be performed at IUB, at another campus of Indiana University, or at another university—provided that your Honors committee evaluates all such research.
Forensic science and the criminal justice system. SPEA-J and J A history of emergency management and the four phases-mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. Topics include basic IT concepts, project proposals, network and infrastructure design, security and ethics, data and document management, cloud computing, and IT futures.
Measures of central tendency and dispersion. Full-time participants may earn up to 6 credit hours. Applications of analytical tools to substantive policy areas such as transportation, community development, education, poverty, manpower, and health.
Courses Undergraduate The abbreviation P refers to course prerequisites and R to recommended prerequisite courses. Discussion of recent research concerning the correctional institution and the various field services. BIOL-X must be taken during at least two semesters.
Fall, day, night; Spring, day; Summer I, day. This course will examine the history, evolution, and organization of policing in the United States. Structure of local government in the United States, federalism and intergovernmental relations, policy problems faced by local officials, and the implications of these problems for local government administrators.
This course examines the role of management in public and nonprofit organizations. Laboratory work illustrating topics covered in C and C Prior familiarity with computers is recommended, though not required.
This course introduces and investigates the interrelationships between these approaches to synthesize a basic understanding that can lead to sustainable policies in the public, nonprofit and for-profit sectors.
Theory and practice of public speaking; training in thought processes necessary to organize speech content for informative and persuasive situations; application of language and delivery skills to specific audiences.
Offers an introductory writing course for advanced freshman writers. Readings and discussion of current public issues and problems. SPEA-J This course examines the impact of sociological, biological, and economic theories of crime and the practice of criminal justice.
The study of disparate impact of environmental policies and practices on various population groups, both within the United States and internationally.
Forensic chemistry Spea honors thesis drugs and trace evidence; biology including blood spatter and DNA; pathology; entomology; anthropology; and forensic science and the law. Examines how a firm produces and delivers its goods and services, with consistent and acceptable levels of quality, in a cost-effective manner.
The organization and operation of felony and misdemeanor courts are examined. Discussion of the process of development in metropolitan regions. The focal point is on students and their goals. Consent of instructor Independent readings and research related to a topic of special interest to the student.
A physical copy of the Honors thesis must be provided to the committee no later than April 15 for May graduates or December 1 for December graduates.
This course provides an introduction to the management of people in public organizations. This course seeks to provide information for practitioners who hope to integrate an understanding of workforce diversity into their management style and professional behavior.
Special attention will be given to external influences on public managers, the effect of the intergovernmental environment and, in particular, problems of management in a democratic, limited government system.
This is a course designed to prepare students for next-level courses in governmental accounting and reporting, nonprofit accounting and reporting, and health accounting and finance.
Junior standing and consent of instructor.SPEA-V Honors Thesis (3 cr.) P: Consent of instructor and honors advisor. Research and paper to be arranged with individual instructor and approved by the. Course Browser; Schedule of Classes: Course Browser. PUBLIC AND ENVIR AFFAIRS Courses SPEA-A HONORS THESIS SPEA-D U.S.
FOREIGN POL & 3RD WORLD REG. spea-h honors thesis spea-h healthcare finance spea-h health policy spea-i pub mgt info systems spea-i data base management systems. Bottled Water: The Risks to Our Health, Our Environment, and Our Wallets Marguerite Kaye Huber School of Public and Environmental Affairs Honors Thesis V Fa.
For high achieving students, the SPEA Honors Program provides additional opportunities for academic enrichment. Submit the Honors Thesis to SPEA.
IUPUI Office of the Registrar Honors Classes Hon-H HONORS SENIOR THESIS - Dept Consent Required Spea-V HONORS THESIS - Dept Consent Required (3 cr).Download