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Here's what some of our recent graduates are up to:

Javier Diaz: Law School (Seton Hall)

Christina Poulos: Field Investigator for Accurate Investigation Services (Athens, NY)

Frances Brutico: Probation and Parole Officer Pike County (Milford, PA)

Carissa Verrastro: United States Probation Officer Assistant (Austin, TX)

Randilee Sedlak: Specialty Treatment Program Specialist US Dept. of Justice 

Kelly Armstrong: Probation Officer Wyoming County (Tunkhannock, PA)

Ryan Palmiter: Federal Officer Dept. of Homeland Security (York, PA)

Sandra Davis-Hart: Acting Assist. Dir. for Substance Abuse Treatment Services (Baltimore, MD)

Jonathan Wasp: Vice President of Operations EIHAB Human Services, Inc. (Springfield Gardens, NY)


Here's what our graduates have to say about our program:

"The Masters degree program in Criminal Justice at Marywood gave me extra marketability for jobs in the Counseling field within Criminal Justice Environments.  It also prepared me to work with a myriad of professionals in the Criminal Justice Field which are required by my current position: Parole Agents, Police, Correctional Officers and Administrators."  (S. Davis-Hart)

"While facilitating a curriculum that emphasized practical applications to esoteric materials, Marywood's MSCJ program simultaneously prepared me for the job market and law school. Equally important, either for advancement in your career or to continue your education, Marywood's sense of community provides a cultivating environment for traditional and non-traditional students to achieve their goals."  (J. Diaz)

" The criminal justice program has given me far more than an education; it
has taught me many skills required to succeed in the job market...The program is
staffed with innovative and energetic instructors who constantly challenge
students to excel. My experience at Marywood University has prepared me for
the future."  (C. Verrastro)

For more information, contact Dr. Patrick Seffrin at or (570) 348-6211 x2242
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