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Kathleen Marino, M.S., M.B.A., Ph.D.

Annunciation Center 315

Phone: (973) 290-4324


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"I ran a community policing unit for nine years and I can absolutely say that getting this certificate at SEU enables police officers to better themselves, their community and the residents they serve," Gary Markowitz.

The following programs may be taken alone or as part of the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice (combined degree student) or Master of Arts in Justice Administration and Public Service Programs.

All courses are taught by experienced professionals in the field.

Certificate in Counter Terrorism

SEU criminal justice facultyDesigned for law enforcement professionals, this 12-credit certificate program will introduce students to theories and challenges which help keep the United States safe from terrorism and other threats.

Students will examine terror attacks both domestically and abroad.

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Certificate in Community Policing

SEU community policing program staff and studentsCommunity Policing occurs when communities and law enforcement agencies collaborate to address causes of crime and social disorder.

In this 12-credit certification program, the student learns the history of policing and the importance of community policing by examining current issues and the future of community policing, an excellent way to prepare for future employment opportunities.

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Certificate in Cybersecurity Investigation

SEU cybersecurity student using computerCybercrime impacts our society globally, so applicants do not have to be law enforcement officers to pursue this 12-credit certification. Once enrolled, students will fully appreciate the critical challenges faced by homeland security, law enforcement, and private organizations in relation to cybersecurity.

This certification will provide students with an understanding of the processes and challenges of cybercrime investigations.

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