One essential component in increasing and improving the use of randomized controlled experiments in criminology and criminal justice is to encourage teaching and learning in this area in the many graduate programs of our membership. We welcome members and their colleagues who have experience offering experimental methods courses in their respective departments to share their syllabus with others here at DEC’s Teaching Corner.
- David Weisburd – Experimental Criminology (CRIM 795, George Mason University)
- Ni (Phil) He – Advanced Research and Evaluation Methods (CJ G713, Northeastern University)
To read about schools offering a doctoral program in criminology and criminal justice that train students in experimental and quasi-experimental methods, check out the October 2011 issue of the AEC/DEC Newsletter.