If you are looking to expand your Criminal Justice college education, then Nova Southeastern University may fit your needs.
Nova Southeastern University
3301 College Ave, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7796
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|Student Population:||27518 (5635 undergraduate)|
Nova Southeastern University offers courses designed for Criminal Justice college degree and/or certificate program completion. Nova Southeastern University is a 4-year, Private not-for-profit higher learning institution, which serves up one or more of the programs below:
- Criminal Justice
- Forensic Science
- Homeland Security
- Law Enforcement Administration
- Transnational Crime
- Law Enforcement Policy
- Criminal Investigations
- Private Security
- and more…
Hi, what do you think of NSU for the PHD program in criminal Justice?
Check out my article on Criminal Justice PhD Programs – where I added NSU as a worthwhile choice.
I love this blog, and I thank you for sharing your wealth of information. I understand that you see NSU as a worthwhile choice as a school for someone pursuing a PhD program, but what are your thoughts about their undergraduate program?
Carlos, I’ve heard that NSU is a solid school. Sharon Gordon Mullane participated in the comment threads on this website. If my memory serves me right, she attended Nova Southeastern University for all academic levels. Run a search for her name on my site to see her thoughts on NSU. Sharon is an active commenter and she updates the comment threads often. Sharon, if you’re reading this, Thank you.
You are so welcome, Radek. I have just come down to earth after becoming ABD as the reality of the upcoming dissertation has set in. I will be more than happy to speak with anyone about Nova’s PhD in Criminal Justice. It has been very demanding but also extremely worthwhile. Please feel free to have any reader who is seriously considering Nova’s program contact me and I will share what I know. Folks out there should go to Nova’s site and read all about the program as well. Applicants need to be aware that the program is very tough to get into as Nova generally accepts no more than 20 students per year. Thanks so much, Radek, for this much-needed blog.
I checked the NSU website and they do not offer this PhD program at all much less on-line.
Hey Lisa, didn’t dig deep enough ;-)
here’s the link http://www.nova.edu/humanservices/criminaljusticephd/index.html