CP103 Course Description
|Starting Date:||FEB 8, 2003|
MAR 7, 2003
Please note the Saturday start date for this 4-week course.
Maximum course size: 50 students Time Commitment: 5 + hours / week
Please note: Due to the nature of our online courses, course materials and the discussion forum are available 24 hours a day and can be accessed according to the student's individual schedule. Thus, the time commitment can only be an estimate on our part and will vary from student to student.
To learn more about John, please click on his name above to be taken to the Instructors page.
We recommend that students registering for this course purchase
Criminal Profiling: An Introduction to Behavioral Evidence Analysis
by Brent E. Turvey, MS.
This book can be easily purchased from our online Forensic Science Bookstore. Just click on the book link above. For more information on this text or for more books on this topic, please visit the Criminal Profiling shelf.
This course is open to the general public. However, college students and professionals in law enforcement and the behavioral sciences are given preference. It is designed to be instructed at the college level, and given primarily at the senior/ graduate level.
People who will directly benefit from this course are:
The following are required for successful completion of this course:
Total registration fee per student is $120.00. This does not include the price of the textbook.
To register, please click on the registration link at the top of this page.
The deadline for registrations & payments is:
FEB 1, 2003
Please note: Payment by check or money order must arrive at our office no later than the Registration & Payment deadline in order to ensure enrollment and to avoid a $10 late charge. Credit card payment must be authorized by the Registration & Payment deadline in order to ensure enrollment and to avoid a $10 late charge. We won't be able to activate your login until we have confirmed your registration with payment. Refund policy - We regret that we cannot refund enrollment fees if you choose to withdraw from a course once you have confirmed your registration with payment. Please see the Student FAQ for more details or write the Director of Forensic Services with any questions.
The course consists of weekly online lesson plans in the form of web pages. The instructor will assign reading and suggest discussion topics for the web-based discussion forum.
The instructor is always available by email.
For a full course outline, please link to the syllabus.
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