Dr. Harald Otto Schweizer
Dept. of Criminology
Tel. 559-278-8880 Email: email@example.com
NOTICE: The 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 instructor.
Course Transfer information from all
California Junior Colleges can be accessed at:
18 March-13 May 2017
Crim 180 Internship (CRIM180-80-37134) taught by Dr. H.O. Schweizer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Anthr 105W (ANTH105W-80-37122)Upper division GE multicultural/international. Taught by Dr. Lisa Anderson (email@example.com) *Also satisfies the university's upper division writing requirement.
Students must also obtain the following:
Gangsters Without Borders: An Ethnography of a Salvadoran Street Gang (Issues of Globalization: Case Studies in Contemporary Anthropology) T.W. Ward. Oxford University Press. 2012. ISBN-10: 019985906X
NOTE: There is an optional face to face class meeting from 0900-1200 on Saturday, 29 April 2017 in ST110. Students will present their internship powerpoints at that time.
The meeting is followed by a Criminology Dept. Off Campus Program Reception with free food and beverages.
There will be an information session on the off campus degree program for any qualified persons interesting in joining the upper division program to earn their four year degree, followed by a presentation on the campus based criminology masters degree program. Any past, current or potentially new students in our off campus program and their significant other are welcome to also attend the reception.
25 Aug-13 Oct 2017 (one
face to face meeting with instructors in September)
August-October classes require on line readings and activities before the actual orientation.
Justice Org. & Admin. taught by Dr. K. Ryan
Crim 100 Criminology (Theory) taught by Dr. G. Kikuchi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Crim 001 Success in
Criminology taught by Dr. E. Hughes (email@example.com)
Oct/Dec 2017 (one face to face meeting with instructors in September)
Geog 115 Violent Weather, (Integration B Upper Division GE) taught by Dr. OMOLAYO
C. Donald Ahrens and Perry Samson, “Extreme Weather & Climate, Brooks/Cole CENGAGE Learning, ISBN-13: 978-0-495-11857-2
Crim 109 Comparative
Systems of CJ, taught by Dr. H.O. Schweizer
TEXT: None required. All material will be posted on Blackboard or be otherwise accessible on line.
There will be a Saturday meeting from 0900-1200 in Science II Room 110 next to the Criminology Office, for students taking any of the January-May spring 2018 courses.
Crim 112 Professionalism in Criminal Justice #36764 taught by Dr. H.O. Schweizer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
LING 115 Language, Culture and Society #36887 (Upper Division GE Course, area IC) taught by Dr. C. Shekar (email@example.com)
March -14 May
CRIM 117-Criminal Legal Process #36861 taught by J. Owen firstname.lastname@example.org
Crim 170 Research Methods #36872 taught by Dr. C. James (email@example.com)
There will be an optional Saturday meeting from 0900-1200 on Saturday 28 April in Science II Room 110 next to the Criminology Office, for students taking any of the March-May spring 2016 courses.
The above meeting will be followed by a criminology program reception from 1200-1500 in the criminology department suite.
Crim 174 Ethnic and Gender Issues
Crim 113 Forensics in C.J. this course will consist of two face to face Saturday The face to face meetings are optional for those unable to attend due to work related responsibilities.
SS110 California History (Upper division GE in area ID taught by Armando Gomez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Computer literacy and ability to use Internet based instructional services (Blackboard) is required
CRIM 160T Wrongful Convictions This course can be substituted for CRIM127 or counted as a criminology elective.
CRIM 160T Organized Crime taught by Dr. H. Marshall (email@example.com)
CRIM 153 Psychology of Crime taught by Dr. A. Azizian (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Both above courses are used to meet the CRIM elective course requirement.