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"Career criminals" or "serious habitual offenders" choose a life of crime. These habitual criminals are responsible for an inordinately high percentage of crime. This class focuses on the typology of crime, patterns and motives of crime, profiles, and the psychological make-up of those who engage in illegal activities. You will be exposed to the inner-workings of the criminal mind, the motivating factors that lead people to commit criminal acts, and the methods these criminals use to plan and execute crimes.

1 Course sections available Please note: Note: Click on the schedule number (i.e. E125-11103) to view more course information.
Schedule # Days Date Time Location Fee Register
E197-22042 SuSat 11/16/19-11/17/19 9:00am-4:00pm SGMH 1109 $365.00 Add to Cart
Instructor: J. Davis, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Faculty and Senior Consultant of California Department of Justice, Institute of Criminal Investigation, Peace Officer Standards and Training since 1999, Founder of Center for Applied Forensic-Behavioral Sciences sin

Unit(s): 1.2
Notes:
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.

Required - 1. Profiling Violent Crimes, 4th edition (ISBN 9781412959988); 2. Psychology Behind Crime: A Primer to Understanding Criminal Behavior - Course pack - (ISBN 9780744222166), purchase from Titan Shops. Available at www.titanbookstore.com. **Please be advised that reading assignments will be emailed to students 2 weeks before the start of class.  Should you have any questions, please contact Makeda Seyoum at 657-278-8392 or at mseyoum@fullerton.edu.**