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As the year comes to an end, we often wonder if we lived our life to its fullest. Did we accomplish everything we had set out to do and were we successful? We also begin to think of new challenges or possibly changing careers. One of the career choices... Read More
| Friday, January 6, 2017

Criminology Blog

There is a new trend in education which allows students the ability to be completely submerged into their field of study. These “classrooms” provide more learning opportunities than just books. Take for example Amy Schreier...
I love the smell of fall. It is my favorite season and I happily wait for the indicators that fall has arrived, such as the changing of the leaves, the cooler weather, pumpkin lattes and Halloween. Granted, Halloween does...
Mid-terms, one of the most dreaded words at a university. Those exams seem to pop up at the most unexpected time, even though at the beginning of the semester all students are given a syllabus indicating when this dreaded...
Death in itself has so many myths surrounding it that it is hard sometimes to distinguish between fact and fiction. It also does not help when we have television shows that tell you, for example, the exact time of death. I...
When I look back at my experience through the Master of Science in Criminology program at Regis University, I immediately reflect on the challenging and rewarding aspects of my journey. Going into graduate school, there is...
In today’s workforce, a bachelor’s degree is quickly being replaced by a master’s degree. In many career sectors, including social services and the public safety sector there is a cap on the maximum salary you can make...