Well logically yes ology would be the study of behavior, whereas justice would involve more the study of the process in place surrounding the behavior right? I was tying to just make it more efficent for you by lumping those other courses into the criminalogy course. Of course you wouldn’t get as many credit hours for the one courses verses 3 additional ones, and they would be slightly off topic, but if you have a flexible professor in criminalogy it wouldn’t be much of a problem, just sort of s weird class for you. > On Dec 16, 2014, at 6:58 AM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > I would say. In actuality I was supposed to take Criminal Justice after > taking Criminology so I am taking them backwards. However, I had always > thought Criminology was the study of criminals. In essence it is, but > according to my Criminal Justice Prof. Criminology is the study of criminal > behavior. > > From: audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > <mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > [mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > <mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>] On Behalf Of Thomas McMahan > Sent: Monday, December 15, 2014 7:33 PM > To: audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Grades for the Semester > > Doesn’t criminology cover all of those others? *lol*. > >> On Dec 15, 2014, at 1:01 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx >> <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote: >> >> Well, the grades are not on official transcript yet, but I can report that I >> have an A in Marriage and Family roles and intimate relationships, an A in >> Family Stress, an A in Criminal Justice, an an A- in The Modern World >> System. This means that all of my requirements are done, now I only have >> electives left in order to graduate. Perhaps I will take Badminton *LOL*. >> No, just kidding, I already have all my class chosen for next semester. My >> classes next semester are as follows: Diversity Among Families, Human >> Sexuality, Human Development, and Criminology.