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1 Dear Prospective Applicant, Thank you for your inquiry regarding the Bachelor s Degree in Criminology at California State University, Fresno. Our Bachelor s degree is unique from other undergraduate programs because we require students to select an academic specialization in Criminology. Specifically, students must select from one of four academic options including: Law Enforcement, Corrections, Victimology, and Forensic Behavioral Sciences. To find out more information about our undergraduate degree, academic certificates, internships, and other aspects of the Department of Criminology, please access the following web sites: Department of Criminology Web Site: The current General Catalog and other information can be found here: Student Affairs information, such as financial aid and University Outreach can be found here: Admission Application can be found at: If you have additional questions or need information, please contact the Department of Criminology at (559) Thank you again for your interest In the Department of Criminology at California State University, Fresno. Sincerely, Dr. Bernadette Muscat Professor, Department Chair

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4 CONTINUED... EHD 108, Victim Intervention & Counseling ( units) Will focus on the coping process and on the immediate and residual effects of victimization. It will also look at ways of counseling direct and indirect victims (families and friends of victims), hot lines, warm lines, stress reduction, support groups, and short-term and long-term counseling. Department of Criminology Victim Services Certificate VICTIM ADVOCACY CRIM 177, Legal Policy in Victim Services ( units) Analysis of legislation and specific legal policies regarding victim services. Victim rights, the process and changing attitudes, and current laws will be a major focus. WS 126, (CRIM 126) Women and Violence ( units) Historical and contemporary issues in public policy responses to violence against women will be explored, as well as gender bias in the legal system and policing violence against women. Theory and research on problems in government policy and enforcement of the law. EHD 109, Education for Community Change ( units) The capacity of the society to insure individuals a safe environment and high quality of life is depended on its ability to respond to needs and make appropriate changes. Examples of specific mechanisms for effecting public policy will be explored. The course will include such activities as advocacy, planning strategies, legislative proposals, grant writing, grass root organizing and public education efforts at the city, state, and national levels. Program of Special Studies ADVISEMENT For program advisement or further information, contact the following Victimology Option Program Coordinator: Department of Criminology Yoshiko Takahashi, Ph.D. Associate Professor 2576 E. San Ramon Ave. M/S ST or CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FRESNO

5 VICTIM SERVICES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM T he Victim Services Certificate Program offered by California State University, Fresno was the first comprehensive academic training program of its kind to be offered anywhere. This new certificate program was recognized at the outset by the California Youth Authority, which honored the program with its 1985 Victim Services Award. T he Victim Services Certificate program is sponsored cooperatively by the Department of Criminology, the School of Education and Human Development, and the Women s Studies program at California State University, Fresno. The primary goal of the 12-unit program is to provide knowledge and skills needed to work with crime victims. Content of the program is useful for individuals interested in pursuing careers in most behavioral science areas. Courses are open both to regular students and continuing education students. The certificate may be completed along with a standard major or as a separate program of study. S tudents working toward a Victim Services Certificate will be involved in an interdisciplinary examination of victim services including: theoretical concepts, causes and consequences of victimization, legal aspects, treatment and prevention programs, and victims rights and policies. Students will be assisted in gaining new prospective and skills for effective work with different types of victims. The program is designed to allow students to select courses corresponding to their interests and professional needs. SKILLS IN VICTIM SERVICES The Victim Services Certificate is intended to enhance skills of professionals in the following career areas: COURSE REQUIREMENTS A minimum of twelve (12) units is required with three () units selected from each of the four emphasis areas: (1) Theory; (2) Victim Issues; () Victim Services; and (4) Victim Advocacy. All courses must be taken for a letter grade. Emphasis Area Course Title Units 1. Victim Theory CRIM 175, Victimology 2. Victim Issues CRIM 140, Family Violence WS 116, Domestic Violence WS 108, Rape WS 109, Incest EHD 107, Child Abuse. Victim Services CRIM 176, Victim Services EHD 108, Intervention & Counseling SWRK 128, Child Welfare 4. Victim Advocacy CRIM 177, Legal Policy in Victim Services WS 126 / CRIM 126, Women & Violence EHD 109, Education for Community Change Total # of Units Required COURSE DESCRIPTIONS VICTIM THEORY CRIM 175, Victimology ( units) Introduction to Victimology, with special emphasis on family violence, sexual assault, restitution, compensation, culpability, victim services, victims rights, vulnerability, victim surveys, and the international victimology movement. VICTIM ISSUES CRIM 140, Family Violence ( units) Typology and history of family abuse, including: legal guidelines, treatment approaches, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, spousal abuse, elderly abuse, and child abuse as criminogenic factors. WS 108, Rape (1 unit) An inquiry into the phenomenon of rape, myths about rape and rapists, treatment of rape victims, and the discussion of physical and psychological preparation for the possibility of attack. WS 109, Incest (1 unit) An exploration of the victim, the victimizer, and the family dynamics of incest, as well as the psychological and sociological implications of the family secret. WS 116, Domestic Violence (1 unit) A historical and cultural overview of the battered and battering spouse syndromes, the marriage contract as a license to abuse, the status of remedial legislation, and the effect of parental battering on children. EHD 107, Child Abuse ( units) Perspectives on child victimization will be developed through examination of several social phenomena: child abuse/neglect, divorce, media exploitation, war, and other catastrophes. Understanding the complexity of these problems will be gained by considering psychological, familial, social, legal, and cultural contexts of victimization. Education Counseling Nursing Law Child Care Psychology Criminology Social Work Community Services Public Health Rehabilitation Counseling Physical Therapy Please note: The 12 units required for the Victim Services Certificate may also be applied toward the undergraduate degree requirements for the Victimology option. VICTIM SERVICES CRIM 176, Victim Services ( units) Overview of community services dealing with victims, including: social welfare services, crisis centers, medical services, criminal justice, and others. This course will focus on the role of a victim service agency as a new subsystem, with special emphasis on services. Continued

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8 CRIMINOLOGY THE DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY The Department of Criminology provides undergraduate and graduate education in criminology for students planning professional careers in the criminal justice field. The program is diversified and integrated, reflecting the wide range of job opportunities in the field, including direct service and administration in law enforcement, corrections, victimology/victim services, juvenile justice, and forensic behavioral sciences. The department offers the Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and a minor. The department will not accept a student with a GPA less than 2.0 as an undergraduate major. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM Criminology courses at the undergraduate level include integration of theoretical and applied materials of an interdisciplinary nature. The undergraduate curriculum is designed to prepare students for beginning professional work within criminal justice field and to provide preparation for graduate work. Corrections The Corrections option is designed for students interested in careers in probation, parole, correctional institutions, and other affiliated forms of work. An internship course is required for those who select this option. Forensic Behavioral Sciences The Forensic Behavioral Sciences option prepares students interested in traditional criminal justice careers. However, it is also designed for students who are interested in the application of other behavioral sciences - such as psychology, anthropology, and linguistics - to the criminal justice system. An internship course is not required, but may be taken as an elective. Law Enforcement The Law Enforcement option is designed for students interested in careers with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, or law enforcement careers within the private sector. An internship course is required for those who select this option. Victimology The Victimology option is designed for students interested in careers in domestic violence programs, rape counseling programs, victim/witness programs, or other victimrelated programs at the local, state, or federal level; these programs can either be criminal justice based or community based. An internship course is required for those who select this option. GRADUATE PROGRAM The Master of Science degree in Criminology is a 0-unit flexible program, which provides a solid core in the field of criminology while permitting students to pursue specialized areas of interest. The master's program is designed to prepare students for service and responsible administrative and professional positions in agencies in the criminal justice system. The master's program also prepares students for a wide variety of occupations including in-service education; administrative education and management; community college teaching; predoctoral studies; and research. DEGREES AND PROGRAMS OFFERED B.S. in Criminology - Corrections Option B.S. in Criminology - Forensic Behavioral Sciences B.S. in Criminology - Law Enforcement Option B.S. in Criminology - Law Enforcement Option, (Continuing & Global Education) B.S. in Criminology - Victimology Option MN in Criminology, Minor M.S. in Criminology M.S. in Criminology, (Continuing & Global Education) Undergraduate Academic Certificates: -Victim Services & Legal Studies Graduate Academic Certificate: -Certificate of Advanced Study- Homeland Security (Continuing & Global Education online) OFF-CAMPUS DEGREE PROGRAM The department offers its B.S. via compressed video at the university satellite campuses located at College of the Sequoias in Visalia, California and West Hills College in Lemoore, California. This degree is also offered at law enforcement facilities in the City of Fresno. FACULTY The Criminology Department consists of distinguished faculty members whose expertise include numerous specialties in the criminal justice system, including corrections, counseling, victimology, juvenile delinquency, theory, legal studies, supervision and management, and criminal justice administration. Only full-time faculty serve as advisors to students. You may see any full-time faculty during their office hours for major advising.

9 GENERAL PREPARATION Criminal Justice agencies seek individuals with successful academic accomplishments who are emotionally stable and mature, who demonstrate an ability to communicate orally and in writing, and who establish and maintain good working relationships within the organization and with the general public. COLLEGE PROGRAM Students should consult the University s General Catalog for specific major and requirements. Community College transfers should consult their catalogs to ensure that courses taken are CSU transferable (baccalaureate level). GENERAL EDUCATION Students should enroll in as many of the Fresno State General Education requirements as possible during their freshman and sophomore years, whether they are attending Fresno State or a community college. Community colleges can certify up to 9 of the units required in Fresno State s General Education Pattern. It is recommended that students meet with advisors prior to registering for classes. FUTURE EDUCATION A doctorate in Criminology or Criminal Justice is needed for careers in higher education which involve the teaching of Criminology. INTERESTING CLASSES YOU MIGHT TAKE Administration of Justice Alcohol, Drugs and Criminality Community-Based and Institutional Corrections Crime and Violence in America Criminal Justice Counseling Criminal Law Family Violence Forensic Science Internships in Law Enforcement, Corrections, and Victimology Juvenile Delinquency Professionalism in Criminal Justice Psychology of Crime Trauma and Crisis Intervention Victim Services WHAT YOU CAN LEARN The composition, manufacture, use, and misuse of drugs and their relationship to criminality The psychological bases of criminal behavior Typology and history of family abuse Crimes' causal factors, agencies of justice, treatment processes, and programs for control and prevention of juvenile delinquency WHAT YOU CAN DO Welfare fraud Industrial security Victim services State Police Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Alcohol Beverage Control California Youth Authority Office of Criminal Justice Planning Department of Motor Vehicles Fish and Game Department Border Patrol FBI Secret Service Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Park Service Customs and Immigration Federal prisons Children and Family Services Coroner's Office Juvenile Detention Facilities District Attorney Investigations Public Defender Investigations Probation Parole Highway Patrol Criminalistics Social Services Drug Enforcement Administration Marshals Service Internal Revenue Service Local Police DEPARTMENT CONTACT Department of Criminology Science II, Area C - Room E San Ramon, MS/ST104 Fresno CA Phone: Fax:

10 DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY MINOR REQUIREMENTS Units Lower Division: Crim 2, Upper Division: Crim Select from Upper-Division Criminology Courses TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED NOTE: Crim 120 and 15 may still be used to meet requirements for both General Education and the minor, for those catalogs to which they apply. Courses Completed for Minor Lower Division: Crim 2 Crim 20 Upper Division: Crim 100 Upper Division Criminology Courses: Select four upper division courses (above Crim 100) of your choice: Student will need to officially declare the minor at Admissions & Records windows located in Joyal Administration Building. Revised 1/25/1 (We do not create files for minors)

11 Department of Political Science and Department of Criminology CERTIFICATE IN LEGAL STUDIES Requirements: Open to all students Minimum of 2.5 GPA in all Certificate courses Students must complete 12 units of upper division classes in legal studies from the following courses: Three units from the following classes offered by the Department of Political Science: PLSI 170 Constitutional Law: The Federal Structure PLSI 171 Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties and Civil Rights And Three units from the following classes offered by the Department of Political Science: PLSI 154 Congressional Politics PLSI 160 State and Local Government PLSI 170 or 171 whichever class is not taken in cluster one PLSI 174 Politics and the Court PLSI 179T Seminar in Public Law Six units from the following classes offered by the Department of Criminology: CRIM 117 Criminal Legal Process CRIM 127 Advanced Criminal Legal Process CRIM 118 Courts and Legal Procedure CRIM 119 Legal Aspects of Corrections CRIM 177 Legal Policy in Victim Services CRIM/WS 126 Women and Violence: Public Policy and the Law Students seeking to earn the Legal Studies Certificate are encouraged to compete for the Fresno State Moot Court Team. This is a specialized class in which students prepare for and argue a mock appellate court case in scrimmages, regional, and national competitions. PLSI 174 provides the tools and training that can be applied in the PLSI 179T seminar. Pre-Law Advisors: Professor Yishaiya Abosch, Department of Political Science Professor Jason Kissner, Department of Criminology Updated 5/20/2014

12 Be one of a select cohort of students who will graduate with a B.S. in Criminology with Honors. The Benefits of the Honors Distinction Include: PRIORITY REGISTRATION FOR ALL UNIVERSITY CLASSES SELECT COURSES FOR HONORS PROGRAM STUDENTS ONLY EXTENDED LIBRARY PRIVILEGES Benefits at Graduation: STATEMENT OF HONORS STATUS ON PERMANENT TRANSCRIPT AND DIPLOMA AWARDED AN INSCRIBED SMITTCAMP BRONZE MEDALLION SPECIAL RECOGNITION AT CONVOCATION AND COMMENCEMENT Students will attend seminars with other Honors Program students on specialized topics. Students accepted into the Honors program may have an opportunity to work one-on-one with specialists in the field of Criminology to conduct research, make national conference presentations, and publish scholarly articles. Requirements for successful completion of Honors Program: A MINIMUM OF.4 GPA REQUIRED PRIOR TO ADMISSION TO THE HONORS PROGRAM MAINTAIN A FULL-TIME COURSE LOAD OF 12 CREDITS OR MORE MAINTAIN AN OVERALL.4 CUMULATIVE GPA IN THE MAJOR AND OVERALL UNIVERSITY GPA DURING EACH SEMESTER OF PARTICIPATION WITHIN THE HONORS PROGRAM COMPLETE REQUIRED HONORS COURSES Visit the Criminology Department Honors webpage for more information: Revised: 2/14/14

13 Check out our website! Department of Criminology For information regarding: Career Opportunities Degrees in Criminology Faculty Information FAQ Honors Program Internships Minor in Criminology News and Events Programs and Certificates Upcoming Course Schedule

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