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2017-2018 Undergrad Catalog (Under Construction)

School of Public Service and Administration


 

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Administration

Dr. Timothy Turner, SSA, Dean of the School of Public Service and Administration
Mrs. Leanne McBride, Administrative Assistant and Journey Coach

Faculty

Dr. Damon Camp, Esq., Coordinator of the Command College
Dr. Catherine Burton, Associate Professor
Hon. George M. Ducworth, Esq., Assistant Professor
Col. James Howard Murphy, CEM, Assistant Professor
Major Dave Williams, Instructor
Hon. Angela McCall-Tanner, Esq., Adjunct Instructor
Dr. Clarence Williamson, CD, Adjunct Instructor
Dr. John (Jack) H. Abraham, Jr., Adjunct Instructor
Dr. Marjie Britz, Adjunct Instructor
Dr. Fred Newell, Lt., Adjunct Instructor
Dr. Sharon Gordon Mullane, Esq, Adjunct Instructor
Dr. Carlos Rios-Collazo, SA, Adjunct Instructor
Ms. Debbie Turner, Esq., Adjunct Instructor
Mr. David Ross, Esq., Adjunct Instructor
Sheriff Chad McBride, Adjunct Instructor
Chief Marion Freddie Blackwell, Adjunct Instructor
Chief Edward Aman, Adjunct Instructor
Chief Keith Morton, Adjunct Instructor
Deputy Director Ronald Israel Hollister, Adjunct Instructor
Chief Investigator Matt Martin, Adjunct Instructor
Chief Inspector Kevin Woolner, Adjunct Instructor
Investigator Jeremy Pickens, Adjunct Instructor
Sgt. Matthew McCarty, Adjunct Instructor
Sgt. Lisa Williams, Adjunct Instructor
Dir. Richard Collins, Adjunct Instructor

The School of Public Service and Administration (SPSA) located at the Center of Excellence, provides coursework towards degree programs for both traditional and non-traditional students at the undergraduate level. The programs are designed to prepare students to think critically about issues in the criminal justice system, homeland security, emergency services and emergency service management to assist them in pursuing employment in their selected field of study.

At the graduate level, the Command College of South Carolina at Anderson University is housed in the SPSA and located at the Center of Excellence in Anderson with an extension at the Low Country Graduate Center in Charleston, SC. The Master of Criminal Justice program is designed to prepare executive leaders in the field of criminal justice to deal with the complexities and challenges of managing justice system agencies in an organizationally sound and ethical manner. Details on the Command College can be found in the Graduate Bulletin.

The following degree programs are provided by the SPSA:

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice (traditional and non-traditional)

Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security/Emergency Services (traditional and non-traditional)
with concentration in Emergency Service Management (non-traditional)

Minor Criminal Justice

Minor Homeland Security/Emergency Services

Master of Criminal Justice

Department of Criminal Justice

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Programs

Bachelor of Arts

Non-Degree

Department of Emergency Services Management

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Programs

Bachelor of Arts

Non-Degree