A guide to study skills and careers in criminal justice and public security / Frank Schmalleger, University of North Carolina, Pembroke, Catherine D. Marcum, Appalachian State University
Book | SAGE | 2017
Available at Gateway-Kenosha Campus Career Education Collection (HV 9950 S3.533 2017)
ix, 94 pages ; 26 cm
1. Criminal Justice and Public Safety
2. Maximizing Your Courses and Professors
3. Effective Note Taking and Time Management
4. Online Learning
5. Communicating Effectively and Applying for Jobs
6. Writing Styles in Criminal Justice
7. Making Good Choices in the Social and Professional World
8. Criminal Justice Internships and Service-Learning Opportunities
"The ultimate how-to resource for success in the study of criminal justice. Renowned author Frank Schmalleger, who has over 40 years of field experience, has teamed up with researcher and educator Catherine D. Marcum to introduce students to the field of criminal justice, break down its many components, and describe a variety of employment opportunities available to criminal justice graduates. Students will learn how to effectively approach the study of criminal justice; communicate successfully with professors, peers, and potential employers; choose classes that will assist with career goals; develop good study habits and critical thinking skills; and write effectively in criminal justice. Additionally, as their academic careers advance, students will gain insights into how to best prepare for successful careers."-- Provided by publisher.
27.00 LAW ENF (10-504-5) C ED (99-CED-9)
Marcum, Catherine Davis, 1980- author.