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If youre looking for the opportunity to start preparing for new career opportunities in the field of criminal justice, a criminal justice degree or diploma program could help you reach your goals. The classes offered in one of these programs can help you get a detailed look into the field.

The criminal justice system is heavily rooted in the law. Thats why its highly likely that you will take some law classes during your criminal justice program. Some programs offer classes in Constitutional Law. In a Constitutional Law class you can learn more about the anatomy of the Constitution and its amendments. You can also learn more about the amendments that affect the criminal justice system. These amendments address things like: search and seizures, arrest warrants, due process of law, Miranda rights, entrapment and the rights to a fair trial.

Another class you might take is Laws of Evidence. This class can equip you with the fundamentals you need to work in the criminal justice field. This class breaks down the definition of the law of evidence. It also teaches you more about its origin. You can even learn more about evidentiary rules and how they affect the recognition, gathering and presentation of evidence at trial.

Since you need to understand human behavior in order to work in criminal justice, many criminal justice programs require students to take social science courses. One of these courses might be Psychology. In a Psychology class, youll learn more about the different branches of psychology and how they relate to functional behavior.

You also have to be an effective communicator to work in criminal justice. So you might be required to take an English and Interpersonal Communications class. Though an English class, you can learn how to write clearly and effectively. And with an Interpersonal Communications class, you can learn more about intercultural issues, conflict management and dealing with the public.

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What Might Trump Mean for Chemistry? — Speaking of Chemistry

As Donald Trump becomes president, huge questions remain about his policies affecting the central science. So we’ve started looking for answers. Visit C&EN for more comprehensive coverage:
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While presidents tweet, money talks. In this episode, we look how Trump’s economic stances could affect the dollars and cents of chemistry. Huge thanks to Kevin Trenberth and Cal Dooley for their help with this video. Check out the links below for more information.

Kevin Trenberth, Distinguished Senior Scientist | NCAR

The American Chemistry Council

For U.S. science policy, big shift ahead | C&EN

Historical Trends in Federal R&D | AAAS

Scientists are frantically copying U.S. climate data, fearing it might vanish under Trump | WaPo

Trump’s space policy reaches for Mars and the stars | Space News

Op-ed | Trump’s space policy reaches for Mars and the stars

Earth scientists are freaking out. NASA urges calm | Space News

Earth scientists are freaking out. NASA urges calm.

Trump promises to ‘lift the restrictions on American energy’ | LA Times

Earth data visualizations are all from NASA. Check them out here

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The Chemistry of Fried Food

You know it, and you love it. Fried food! But there’s more to fried dishes than just plopping food into hot oil. You have to know what’s up with the food you’re cooking and what oils will work best for you dish.

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