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Criminology, economics, or business? I have no idea which one to go for. And finally having trouble with math doesn't help either...
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whichever one you're most interested in..?
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Well yeah of course, but if I knew then I wouldn't be asking for advice lol
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I think he meant follow what your most passionate about. Criminology and economics are two particularly different fields. You must be leaning towards one over the other in the aspect of having a genuine interest in either program.
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agreeing with lawstudent. i would say business because it's most applicable and yet is no t math intensive (most parts -aka marketing, HR etc)
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Thanks a lot for your input. I don't know, but I've been thinking about working at csis. It seems more like a far-fetched dream though. Should I go for it?
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@Lawstudent1 wrote

@sabrinachiu wrote
Thanks a lot for your input. I don't know, but I've been thinking about working at csis. It seems more like a far-fetched dream though. Should I go for it?



No, unrealistic. You need many years of experience and they only take those specialized in certain areas like if you're a fraud specialist, accounting,engineer or scientist.



this may seem dumb... but what's csis?
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@Windsongs4 wrote

@Lawstudent1 wrote

@sabrinachiu wrote
Thanks a lot for your input. I don't know, but I've been thinking about working at csis. It seems more like a far-fetched dream though. Should I go for it?



No, unrealistic. You need many years of experience and they only take those specialized in certain areas like if you're a fraud specialist, accounting,engineer or scientist.



this may seem dumb... but what's csis?



CSIS = Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Basically it's comparable to the FBI in the US; except in Canada.
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@AdJan wrote

@Windsongs4 wrote

@Lawstudent1 wrote

@sabrinachiu wrote
Thanks a lot for your input. I don't know, but I've been thinking about working at csis. It seems more like a far-fetched dream though. Should I go for it?



No, unrealistic. You need many years of experience and they only take those specialized in certain areas like if you're a fraud specialist, accounting,engineer or scientist.



this may seem dumb... but what's csis?



CSIS = Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Basically it's comparable to the FBI in the US; except in Canada.



ooh kk -i wasn't sure if you were referring to that or not :P thanks
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@AdJan wrote

@Windsongs4 wrote

@Lawstudent1 wrote

@sabrinachiu wrote
Thanks a lot for your input. I don't know, but I've been thinking about working at csis. It seems more like a far-fetched dream though. Should I go for it?



No, unrealistic. You need many years of experience and they only take those specialized in certain areas like if you're a fraud specialist, accounting,engineer or scientist.



this may seem dumb... but what's csis?



CSIS = Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Basically it's comparable to the FBI in the US; except in Canada.


CSIS is more comparable to the CIA. It's just the lame cousin of the CIA that gets no public exposure (not necessarily a bad thing). The RCMP is more comparable to the FBI.
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I suggest going SFU in BC for criminology; it's pretty stellar
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I suggest going SFU in BC for criminology; it's pretty stellar



Yeah I was thinking of doing that, if I get accepted of course.
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@Lawstudent1, you're in the criminology program? How is it?
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