CJUS 4901: Criminal Justice Public Policy : Introduction

a guide to help CJUS 4901 students locate appropriate research materials to complete their course assignments

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Welcome to the Class Page for CJUS 4901

Welcome to the course guide for CJUS 4700: Research Methods in Criminal Justice. Here you will find resources to help you complete your course assignments. If you have questions or need help, please contact the Criminal Justice librarian.

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UNT Libraries Locations

UNT has several libraries. Many Criminal Justice materials can be found on the 3rd floor of Willis Library. Some Criminal Justice materials are located in the Eagle Commons Library in Sycamore Hall, directly across from the Life Sciences Buildings. You can find a map of library locations here:

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