John Lawrie Ed.D.

     
Department:Criminal Justice
Title:Criminal Justice Program Director
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice
Background:Ed.D., American International College
M.S., Westfield State University
B.A., Westfield State University
Office:Tagliatela Academic Center, Room 201
Phone:(203) 773-6142
Email:jnlawrie@albertus.edu
Courses:Undergraduate Courses
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Deviance & Criminology
  • Corrections
  • Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Systems
  • Correctional Administration
  • Issues in Corrections
  • Victimology
  • Senior Seminar: Ethics
Graduate Courses
  • Future of American Corrections
  • History of American Corrections
  • Issues in Correctional Supervision
  • Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Systems
  • Ethics in Criminal Justice
  • Parole, Probation, and Community Corrections
  • Criminology

Given many of the controversial issues currently facing our criminal justice system, it is imperative that students, as aspiring professionals, have a deep understanding of the relevant subject matter. A degree in criminal justice provides students entering the workforce with a broad range of information specific to the courts, police, and corrections. The focus of the criminal justice program is to develop the critical thinking skills necessary for individuals to excel in their chosen professions, as well as to assist them in developing the types of policy reforms which may benefit the system as a whole.

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John Lawrie Ed.D.