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The College of Saint Rose (Spanish Crim Justice)
John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Master's)
My name is Michael and I am a Master's of Arts in Criminal Justice with a specialization in Criminology and Deviance. In 2014, I completed my Bachelors of Science degree in Spanish and Criminal Justice, Behavior, and Law at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. I graduated both from undergrad and grad school with a GPA over 3.8 overall.
I have done academic research in Panama and spent a year researching in Puerto Rico. Both projects focused on the themes of culture and racism against Afro-Latinos. My research interests include: the criminalization of immigrants, social linguistics, and social stratification.
I speak Spanish fluently and travel frequently to Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Spain.
I graduated with a 3.8 in my Spanish major and concentrated in linguistics and culture as an undergraduate. I was accepted and attended one of the top universities in the Spanish speaking Caribbean for my study abroad experience and therefore a large portion of my academic course work in Spanish was done on a native level.
My undergraduate school is known for teaching and therefore I am able to successfully teach Spanish as a second language.
Having graduated with distinction from one of the top Criminal Justice/ Criminology schools in America I am well versed in the current academic debates of Criminal Justice.
I have done research in the following areas: The criminalization of immigrants, racial formation in the Americas, the policing of communities of color, institutional racism, and social stratification.
My name is Michael and I am a Master's of Arts in Criminal Justice with a specialization in Criminology and Deviance. In 2014, I completed my Bachelors of Science degree in … Read more
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