Course Number: SHSS 5384 (0.6 CEUs/6 Hours)
In this class, there will be an emphasis on different types of investigative work, licensure requirements, and the role and functions of private investigators. You will also develop a working knowledge of professional ethics in the field, as well as investigative opportunities in the business community.
Note: Individuals with a minimum of three or more year's investigative experience can waive this class with prior approval of the program manager.
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Instructor: R. Carpenter, Master's Degree in Criminal Justice from University of Cincinnati, Certified Master Investigator at Legal Resources & Investigations
Course part of: Private Investigation Certificate
Please be advised that a username and password will be required in order to access course materials posted in TITANium for this course. If you have never logged into the CSUF Portal, you must log in with your CWID and temporary PIN# at http://my.fullerton.edu to create your CSUF Portal account prior to the first day of class. This process will allow you to create a CSUF username and password. Please click on the "Current Student Resources" tab and then "Program and Course Policies" and "Computer Access" for more information. If you have any questions, please contact EIP Student Services at (657) 278-2611.
Recommended Textbooks: 1. The California Legal Investigator, 1st Edition By: Shaune E. Sundahl Publisher: Createspace Independent (ISBN: 9781976549380) 2. Registered Process Server's Guide to Service, 5th Edition By: Tony Klein https://psinstitute.com/paypal-payment-books-and-continuing-education-materials/