cost per unit of instruction is $290 with a three unit course costing $870.
There are no other fees, except for any textbooks that may be required by the
CLICK HERE FOR COURSE TRANSFER INFORMATION FROM ALL
CALIFORNIA JUNIOR COLLEGES.
Students can register for the off campus
courses once they have received a permission number from Dr. Schweizer. This
is done after determining the applicant’s eligibility for the program. With minor exceptions, registration is done on line. If the system rejects on line registration (i.e. it indicates registration is not available), contact Dr. Schweizer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Payment can be made via credit card or on line electronic bank transfer at the time of course registration. It is also possible to pay by check, money order or credit card at the cashier's window in the Joyal Administration, in which case the payment must be designated to DCGE (Continuing Ed) and made into the student's account. Credit card payments made at the cashier's window will not incur an extra fee. Credit card payments made on line are processed through a third party and will incur a 2.9% processing fee.
Payment has to be made in some form either at the time of course registration or within 24 hours of registering, or the course registation is voided. Contact Dr. Schweizer for course registration and payment AFTER the starting date of classes.
Contact Dr. Schweizer if you do not have a
student account yet or you cannot access it. It is important for new students to establish an account and obtain a university email address and student ID#. This information is needed to access the on line course information on the Blackboard learning portal.
Extension program students MUST be employed by a governmental
agency at any level (federal/state/local, etc.) or
employed full time in a significant security related function such as with a
major bank, manufacturer of surveillance or other high tech equipment used by
Former government employees recently laid off from
area government agencies due to budget cutbacks, are
eligible for the program on a "space available" basis.
UNIVERSITY POLICIES ARE APPLICABLE TO ALL
STUDENTS AND/OR FACULTY
Policy on Cheating and Plagiarism
Above documenst must be reviewed by all students
enrolled in CSU Fresno courses
COURSE SCHEDULE FOR 2015-2017
FACE TO FACE CLASSES OR ORIENTATIONS
ARE HELD AT THE FRESNO STATE CAMPUS
Read the information posted for each course.
here for directions
All students must have a
functional computer and internet access.
schedule below already reflects this change and meeting dates for courses are
listed when feasible.
AND ON-LINE EXTENSION PROGRAM COURSE SCHEDULE
WITH MINOR EXCEPTIONS, ALL CLASSES WILL BE OFFERED ON LINE.
STUDENTS ARE, HOWEVER, REQUIRED TO ATTEND ONE FACE TO FACE MEETING
WITH FACULTY AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH SEMESTER.
MEETINGS ARE HELD FROM 0900-1700 IN ROOM 110 (FIRST FLOOR) NEXT TO THE CRIMINOLOGY OFFICE
register for any of these courses on line through Cont. and Global Education
after they contact and receive a permission number from
Dr. Schweizer. Students experiencing diffficulty with the process should contact Dr. Schweizer via email. Students receiving financial aid must register for
all courses offered during a particular semester at one time, but must first notify Dr. Schweizer of their financial aid status to avoid the system dropping the course registration because of non payment.
Current and new students can register on line
on or before the start of new classes:
There is one mandatory face to face meeting (orientation) between students enrolling in any courses during a particular semester and faculty teaching those courses. The meetings are scheduled for a Saturday at the Fresno State campus. Parking rules are relaxed on those days.
Additional "optional" class meetings will be scheduled during the course of each semester. Such meetings will be held on Saturdays in Room 110 of the Science II Building.
25 Aug-13 Oct 2015 (one face to face meeting with instructors on 12 September)
Classroom Science II Room 110.
The classroom is located in the building next to/behind the entrance to the criminology office.
August-October classes require on line readings and activities before the actual orientation.Crim 102 Criminal Justice Organization and Administration #76848 taught by Dr. K. Ryan
The suggested text
Roy Roberg, Jack Kuykendall & Kenneth Novak, Police
Management, 3rd ed., (Los Angeles: Roxbury, 2002)
Crim 100 Criminology
(Theory) # 76736 taught by Dr. G. Kikuchi (email@example.com)
Skype based meeting with instructor while at CPD, on 12 September.
14 October-17 December
This course was first erronenously listed to be taught from 25 Aug-13 Oct.
Since the actual dates are later in the semester, course payment is not due until October but the course is already made available on Blackboard so students can start early.
Crim 001 Success in Criminology # 76735 taught by Dr. E. Hughes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
class instruction on 12 September at CPD and the remainder on line.
Oct/Dec 2015 (one face to face meeting with instructors on 12 September)
Classroom in Science II Room 110.
14 October-17 December
Geog 115 Violent Weather, #76737 (Integration B
Upper Division GE) taught by Dr.
Required Textbook for Geography
115 (Violent Weather & Climatic Hazards)
C. Donald Ahrens and Perry Samson, “Extreme
Weather & Climate, Brooks/Cole CENGAGE Learning, ISBN-13:
Crim 109 Comparative Systems of CJ, #76789 taught by Dr.
(one face to face meeting with instructor on 12 September)
Classroom Science II Room 110.
TEXT: None required. All material will be
posted on Blackboard or be otherwise accessible on line.
FALL 2015 Students are encouraged to attend an optional class meeting from 0900-1200 on Saturday, 14 November in Science II Room 110
There will be a Saturday meeting from 0900-1700 on Saturday 23 January
in Science II Room 110 next to the Criminology Office, for students taking any of the spring 2016 courses.
23 January-12 March
Crim 112 Professionalism in Criminal Justice taught
by Dr. H.O. Schweizer (email@example.com)
Crim 170 Research Methods taught by Dr. C. James (firstname.lastname@example.org)
19 March April-14 May 2016
Language, Culture and Society (Upper Division GE Course, area IC) taught by Dr. C. Shekar (email@example.com)
CRIM 117-Criminal Legal