Course Number: SHSS 3224 (3.20 CEUs/32 Hours)
This course is designed to acquaint students with the basic research and statistical principles used in crime analysis. Students learn the concepts involved in research design, content analysis, sampling, forecasting, survey techniques and statistical methods. Students also learn how to conduct research and write their conclusions using commonly accepted research standards, and to prepare law enforcement study and administrative documents.
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Crime Analysis Applications
Instructor: R. Singh, Ph.D., in Policy Planning and Administration from USC, Chairman of La Sierra Group (management consulting company)
Course part of: Crime & Intelligence Analysis Certificate | CSUF
In addition to the virtual class sessions, students will also be required to complete coursework asynchronously (on their own time). Please be advised that a username and password will be required in order to access course materials posted in Canvas 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 email@example.com or (657) 278-2611.