Criminal Justice Professor Named To 'Top 10 Brightest Educators' List
Cary Adkinson Ph.D., associate professor of criminal justice, has been selected as one of Better Tarrant’s “Talented 10: Education.”
In the criminal justice department, you'll explore subjects such as the cause of crime, trends in the criminal justice field, research and modern issues. In your classes, you'll learn about discipline and the important role it plays in law, business, security, courts, corrections, international think tanks and research.
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