Thunder Bay • Orillia

Type B: Social Sciences - Criminal Profiling

Criminology 4015 Criminal Profiling
Topics in applied criminology, may include case management, database development, typology validation, motive and pattern analysis, personality assessment, forensic demography, principles of geo-coding, statistical prediction, and the ethics of provocation, interview, and interrogation strategies. Critical perspectives on the use of, and potential biases associated with, profiling are also discussed.
Credit Weight: 0.5

Three FCEs in Criminology, or permission of the Chair of the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have taken Criminology 3030 Criminal Profiling may not take Criminology 4015 for credit
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences