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Mr. Anthony P. Fitzgerald

Behavioral Sciences
Dept Coordinator, Behavioral Sciences

Bowen Hall Office 221
229.391.5076
afitzgerald@abac.edu
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Associate Professor of Criminal Justice

Master of Public Administration, Jacksonville State University

Master of Science in Criminal Justice, Valdosta State University

Forensic Science / Crime Scene / Criminalistics Instructor

Scotland Yard Crime Scene Course, London England (Honor Graduate)

U. S. Army CID Special Agent (Retired)

Arizona Highway Patrolman

Military Police Investigator

Resources

ABAC Criminal Justice Career Pathway

Associate of Science (AS) Degree

Resources/Links

» Area F (Major) Curriculum
» Curriculum Checklist – Option A
» Curriculum Checklist – Option B

This degree equals the first two years of college at any Four-Year institution and includes 42 hours of Core curriculum (Areas A-E) and 18 hours of the Criminal Justice major. Students completing this degree may transfer to another institution to complete the Upper-Division courses for the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree.

To suit the needs of the students there are two paths to follow – Option A or Option B depending on the number of Science or other Lab/Science courses taken.

Rural Studies (BS) Degree

Resources/Links

» Social and Community Development Option

The Social and Community Development track for a Bachelors Degree in Rural Studies is an option for those interested in a criminal justice career in rural areas of this or other states – and plan on seeking promotion to command rank. The RS curriculum options cover many important leadership, research, social, and administrative topics useful to future Police Lieutenants, Captains, and Chiefs. The 4-year degree is also a basic entry-level requirement for Federal law enforcement positions.

Schedule of Classes / Office and Advising Hours

Resources/Links

» Spring 2016

In between classes and most of the day I am usually in my office, students are free to stop by for advising or may make a specific appointment