Advanced Graduate Studies

Program Overview

The Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Criminal Justice or Justice Administration is a self-designed, individualized, program intended for the serious academic or professional who wishes to pursue a course of study beyond the Master’s degree. In consultation with the Director, the student will design a course of study suitable for her/his individual interests and professional needs. This course is ideal for the student who is looking to expand their expertise, gain research experience, or looking to build a firm administrative and leadership foundation.

Employment and career prospects are vastly dependent upon the student’s selection of courses to assist in their personal career objectives. The Director works with the student to ensure they select courses that will help them meet their personal goals.

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Required Courses
Meet Our Faculty

Required Courses

There are no required classes for this program. Students must take 4 courses (12 credits) to complete the Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study.

 

Areas of Study to Consider:

Leadership in Law Enforcement
Criminal Justice Administration and Leadership
Fraud Investigation
Financial Crimes
Domestic Violence
Sexual Assault
Restorative Justice
Juvenile Justice
Corrections and Rehabilitation
Research, Statistics, and Methodology
… and many more!

Meet Our Faculty

David Armstrong

Lecturer
Criminal Justice

Mark Beaudry, Ph.D.

Lecturer
School of Professional Studies

Guy Bibeau

Paxton Police Department, Supervisor
Campus Police
(508) 793-3133

Dawn Brown

Lecturer
Sociology

Tracy Casey

Lecturer
Health Emergency Management

William Castro

Interim Director of Undergraduate Criminal Justice Programs
Criminal Justice

Lucy DelRossi

Lecturer
Criminal Justice

Patrick DePalo

Lecturer, Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice

Carol Erskine

Lecturer
Criminal Justice

Frank Frederickson

Lecturer
Criminal Justice

Vincent Gorgoglione

Lecturer
Health & Emergency Management

James Markowski

Lecturer
Criminal Justice

William McCarthy

Lecturer
Criminal Justice

Christopher Mills

Lecturer
Criminal Justice

Ann Marie Mires

Director, Molly Bish Center; Program Director, Forensic Criminology
Forensic Criminology
(508) 849-3434

Francis Olive

Lecturer
Criminal Justice

Seth Racusen, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Criminal Justice
(508) 849-3373

Lori Reando

Administrative Assistant in Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice

Jason Silvestri

Lecturer
Health & Emergency Management

Dianne White, M.A.,J.D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Criminal Justice
(508) 849-3417