Augusta State University (Psychology)
Boston University (Master's)
Capella University (PhD)
My name is Eric and I have a BA degree in psychology, an MS degree in criminal justice and I am currently at PhD student in criminal justice. I have 2 years of in person tutoring in many subjects such as science, math, history, language, and career development. I have a background in management in which I have helped develop the skills and aptitude of many employees under my supervision which resulted in success in the form of personal development, professional development and career success. I worked in this capacity for over 10 years with Fortune 500 companies. I also have over 7 years of investigative/criminal justice experience which has allowed me to apply the theoretical to the practical, particularly related to psychology, sociology and criminal justice. My style of tutoring is very interactive with exercises that can easily be applied to the specific topic to aid in understanding and comprehension. I also am a proponent of high levels of communication to identify the issues within the material as well as to find solutions to problems and to pinpoint the information necessary to accomplish an agreed upon goal and level of success.
My name is Eric and I have a BA degree in psychology, an MS degree in criminal justice and I am currently at PhD student in criminal justice. I have 2 years of in person tutoring in many subjects such as science, math, history, language, and career development. I have a background in management in which I have helped develop the skills and
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In my majors in college, consisting of undergraduate and graduate level work, much of my interest within the criminal justice theories, laws and policies at the local, state, and federal level. I have conducted extensive research on the majority of criminal justice issues ranging from etiology and theory to practical policy related issues to stem and reduce criminal acts. Further, I have completed graduate level (Masters and Doctorate) level research on the various issues immersed within criminal justice thinking up to modern philosophy and theory. My job as an investigator has also allowed me to gain experience and understanding of both practical and theoretical applications of criminal justice philosophies and thinking over the last 7 years.
In my education in psychology and criminal justice, I have had to conduct extensive research on the etiology of criminal behavior. A large part of the criminology theories have foundations stemming from sociological theories. Therefore, by analyzing, studying and applying criminology theories, I have had to rely upon and do the same work with sociological theories. As a result, I am qualified to discuss and instruct others on the basis and foundations of sociological theories.