Brett A. Fitzgerald, PhD
Department of Criminology, Justice Studies and Global Security
Northeastern State University
Dr. Fitzgerald holds a PhD from the University of Arkansas In Public Policy with an emphasis in Juvenile Justice. Dr. Fitzgerald began teaching at NSU in 2006, is currently an Associate Professor in the Criminology, Justice Studies, and Global Security Department of the College of Liberal Arts, and the former Program Chair for the Masters in Criminal Justice Program. Dr. Fitzgerald has over 25 years practical criminal justice experience with ten years as a Juvenile Justice Specialist with the State of Oklahoma.
Juvenile Justice, Education, Police, Corrections
Research Methods, etc.
I have taught more than 40 distinct courses for the University.
- INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE - CR J1013 - Fall 2019
- CORRECTIONS - CR J3343 - Fall 2019
- CRIMINAL JUSTICE ORG & MGMT - CR J3053 - Fall 2019
- FORENSIC SCIENCE - CR J5163 - Fall 2018
- SEMINAR IN JUVENILE JUSTICE - CR J5343 - Fall 2018
- THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM - CR J5063 - Fall 2017
- SENIOR SEMINAR - CR J4233 - Fall 2017
- SEMINAR IN JUVENILE JUSTICE - CR J5343 - Summer 2017