TAUGHT TO TEACH - Renee Lamphere '12 PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of North Carolina-Pembroke. "I feel that taking teaching methods courses (at IUP) and participating in the mentoring program really prepared me to be a professor," she said.
As a master’s graduate, you will be well prepared for opportunities at every level of local, state, and federal government as well as for corporations. If you are currently employed, a master’s degree can make you eligible for greater responsibility and put you on the track for leadership positions.
With a doctorate in criminology, you have the credentials to pursue teaching positions as a professor in colleges and universities, or assume high-level research positions in the public and private sectors.
With an MA in Criminology, you can pursue successful leadership positions in:
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