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Criminology program fosters future law enforcement leaders

Fresno State’s criminology 108 class, officially known as Directed Policing, transforms its students into Fresno County reserve deputy sheriffs in two years. The program is unique. It’s the only one of its kind offered in any community college, state school ...

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Students learn about FBI, campus safety

Fresno State students listened to a first-hand account about terrorism and national security and how they apply to higher education settings Wednesday night.

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A look at majors: profitable vs. popular

Certain majors considered popular in college are not always the most profitable, but Fresno State advisers recommend students focus on fit rather than dollars.

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Dilemma for crim students after college

Although recent budget cuts in city and county governments statewide have dampened criminology job prospects, the major is still in high demand at Fresno State.

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Criminology department deceives grad students

Fresno State’s criminology department has a reputation for being one of the best in California, if not in the United States. Because of this, it’s no wonder why students who are pursuing higher education in the field of criminology would want to do so at this university.

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Crim student gets hands-on experience

Johanna Varela explains Criminology and why she chose it as her major.

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Crim course offers service-learning opportunity in El Salvador

Contaminated drinking water, children with no shoes and small villages without electricity or running water – most students at California State University, Fresno will never know what it is like to live in such impoverished conditions.

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Victimology pioneer gets award

A Fresno State professor was awarded one of the highest honors in the field of criminology last Friday for his innovative contributions to help crime victims.

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