About

Profiling has become a subject of significant interest since the rise in popularity of crime drama series and psychological thrillers. This thought-provoking course will give you an overview of various approaches and processes involved in generating a profile and a greater understanding of crime and the theories behind investigation.

Explore forensic science, criminology theories, types of crime and punishment and how to read a crime scene. Study famous case studies like Jack the Ripper & Charles Manson with a fresh perspective than you ever have before.

Whether you want to learn more out of personal curiosity or want to understand what a career in criminology may look like, this course will help you get to grips with this fascinating speciality.

    Requirements

    International Open Academy courses are designed for anyone with an interest in learning. No formal qualifications are required to study with us. Our courses are suitable if you want to learn new skills, start a new career, or if you’re already working in a particular industry and wish to upgrade your talents and enhance your resume.

    Lessons

    Module 1: Introduction
    • What is crime?
    • What causes crime?
    • Introduction to profiling
    • Why is profiling important?
    Module 2: Schools Of Thought
    • Classical
    • Positivist
    • Chicago
    • Theories of social structure
    • Symbolic interactionism
    • Individual theories
    • Biosocial theories
    Module 3: Types And Levels Of Crime
    • Misdemeanors and felonies
    • Personal crimes
    • Property crimes
    • Inchoate crimes
    • White collar crimes
    Module 4: Violent Crimes
    • Murder
    • Sexual assault
    • Assault
    Module 5: Punishment
    • Fines and sanctions
    • Prison
    • Death penalty
    • Parole and probation
    Module 6: Forensic Science
    • What is forensics and where did it start?
    • Forensic pathology and autopsies
    • Toxicology
    • Ballistics
    • Forensic anthropology
    • Fingerprints
    Module 7: Profilers
    • Criminal profilers – who they are and what they do
    • Howard Teten
    • John E. Douglas
    • Robert Ressler
    • Other notable profilers
    Module 8: Phases Of Profiling
    • Examination of evidence
    • Classification of evidence
    • Reconstruction
    • Examining the offender’s signature
    • Generating a profile
    Module 9: Victimology
    • Victims
    • Consequences of crime for victims
    • Victim proneness
    • Victim facilitation
    • Victim rights
    Module 10: Famous Case Studies
    • Jack the Ripper
    • Charles Manson
    • Al Capone
    • Other notable criminal cases

    Career

    Criminologists have an exciting, fulfilling career and it’s financially rewarding too. As a crime scenes investigator or forensic science technician, qualified professionals can earn around $57,850 a year while a criminal profiler earns around $63,450.

    This criminology course is for everyone who:

    • is investigating a career as a detective, criminal profiler or forensic scientist
    • enjoys the thrill of solving puzzles
    • is curious by how the criminal mind works
    • dreams of writing a best-selling thriller or crime script
    • has an interest in sociology and psychology

    After completion of the course you may choose to look at formal education to pursue a career in this area or simply be better informed on what direction to could take when looking for roles in this space.

    Certification

    After successfully completing the course, you will immediately be able to download your PDF certificate so you can instantly display your achievement. You can also request a hard copy certificate to be sent to your postal address for a small printing and posting fee.

    To receive a certificate, you must complete every page of the course and score at least 55% on the exam at the end of the course. 

    This course is accredited by the International Council for Online Educational Standards and will earn you CE / CPD points.

     

     

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    About

    Profiling has become a subject of significant interest since the rise in popularity of crime drama series and psychological thrillers. This thought-provoking course will give you an overview of various approaches and processes involved in generating a profile and a greater understanding of crime and the theories behind investigation.

    Explore forensic science, criminology theories, types of crime and punishment and how to read a crime scene. Study famous case studies like Jack the Ripper & Charles Manson with a fresh perspective than you ever have before.

    Whether you want to learn more out of personal curiosity or want to understand what a career in criminology may look like, this course will help you get to grips with this fascinating speciality.

      Requirements

      International Open Academy courses are designed for anyone with an interest in learning. No formal qualifications are required to study with us. Our courses are suitable if you want to learn new skills, start a new career, or if you’re already working in a particular industry and wish to upgrade your talents and enhance your resume.

      Lessons

      Module 1: Introduction
      • What is crime?
      • What causes crime?
      • Introduction to profiling
      • Why is profiling important?
      Module 2: Schools Of Thought
      • Classical
      • Positivist
      • Chicago
      • Theories of social structure
      • Symbolic interactionism
      • Individual theories
      • Biosocial theories
      Module 3: Types And Levels Of Crime
      • Misdemeanors and felonies
      • Personal crimes
      • Property crimes
      • Inchoate crimes
      • White collar crimes
      Module 4: Violent Crimes
      • Murder
      • Sexual assault
      • Assault
      Module 5: Punishment
      • Fines and sanctions
      • Prison
      • Death penalty
      • Parole and probation
      Module 6: Forensic Science
      • What is forensics and where did it start?
      • Forensic pathology and autopsies
      • Toxicology
      • Ballistics
      • Forensic anthropology
      • Fingerprints
      Module 7: Profilers
      • Criminal profilers – who they are and what they do
      • Howard Teten
      • John E. Douglas
      • Robert Ressler
      • Other notable profilers
      Module 8: Phases Of Profiling
      • Examination of evidence
      • Classification of evidence
      • Reconstruction
      • Examining the offender’s signature
      • Generating a profile
      Module 9: Victimology
      • Victims
      • Consequences of crime for victims
      • Victim proneness
      • Victim facilitation
      • Victim rights
      Module 10: Famous Case Studies
      • Jack the Ripper
      • Charles Manson
      • Al Capone
      • Other notable criminal cases

      Career

      Criminologists have an exciting, fulfilling career and it’s financially rewarding too. As a crime scenes investigator or forensic science technician, qualified professionals can earn around $57,850 a year while a criminal profiler earns around $63,450.

      This criminology course is for everyone who:

      • is investigating a career as a detective, criminal profiler or forensic scientist
      • enjoys the thrill of solving puzzles
      • is curious by how the criminal mind works
      • dreams of writing a best-selling thriller or crime script
      • has an interest in sociology and psychology

      After completion of the course you may choose to look at formal education to pursue a career in this area or simply be better informed on what direction to could take when looking for roles in this space.

      Certification

      After successfully completing the course, you will immediately be able to download your PDF certificate so you can instantly display your achievement. You can also request a hard copy certificate to be sent to your postal address for a small printing and posting fee.

      To receive a certificate, you must complete every page of the course and score at least 55% on the exam at the end of the course. 

      This course is accredited by the International Council for Online Educational Standards and will earn you CE / CPD points.

       

       

      ICOES

      Accredited

      CPD/CE

      Accredited

      29868

      Students Enrolled

      Money-Back

      Guarantee