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Mar 18, 2011
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college with criminology option
by: Anonymous

Try Champlain regional college - st Lambert, you can check out the social science - criminology option. I am currently enrolled in this and it is extremely interesting and a well formulated program. You actually get to try out some of the procedures you see in csi such as hair analysis, you learn about tire treads, DNA, finger prints, blood spatter, there's psychology courses in this program such as psychological development of criminal behavior. this is my favorite class this semester.

There are other interesting courses such as sociology of deviance law and society,forensics, psychology of abnormal and criminal behavior as well as many other crime related classed. A criminal profiler is what i am also pursuing as a career and this program is the only English program in Montreal that will allow you to study in this field.

I definitely recommend this program to you. The classes are smaller then normal which will allow the teacher to have the time to help you when you need it and ( hopefully no one will get agree with me saying this) but the books tend to be much cheaper then that of john abbot. My twin sister had the same course as me and needed the exact same book. my book cost 107$ and hers cost 170$ for the EXACT same book. on average my books all together with 7-8 courses a semester come up to about 500$ and less.

Apr 28, 2010
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criminal profiler
by: Anonymous

Criminal profiling isn't really an occupation. It is a skill acquired during years of work within the psychology or criminal forensic sciences career paths.

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