David H. Aussicker
Phone: (973) 290-4085
Office: Santa Maria Hall Lower Level
The mission of the College of Saint Elizabeth, sponsored by the Sisters of Charity, is to be a community of learning that serves students of diverse backgrounds, cultures and ages. In order to meet the needs of the 21st Century, the College of Saint Elizabeth has developed a program that focuses on the development of exceptional professionals and ethical leaders in the areas of justice administration, community safety, law enforcement, social justice, and public service. The College believes that individuals who serve the public must be fully grounded in all aspects of the justice milieu and responsible decision-making consistent with democratic societies. A graduate of the program will be prepared to assume managerial and executive positions within various sectors of justice administration and law enforcement including police departments, courts, corrections, probation, parole, homeland security and military systems. Graduates also receive training in counseling victims and offenders as well as the administration of public service and compliance activities within their chosen Justice profession.
Dr. Jim Ford and B.A. in Justice Studies graduate Michael Ubertaccio
M.A. in Justice Administration and Public Service Graduates Ross Dillion and George Suarez-Villamil (L to R)
16 undergrad and graduate students were inducted into our Criminal Justice Honor Society.
Morris County Prosecutors Office Chief of Detectives (Ret) WIlliam Schievella was hired as our new adjunct and will be teaching two courses this summer.
Police Studies Institute - located within the justice studies program, will offer academic level programs to area law enforcement agencies beginning this fall.
~Kelly O’Dell, '13 BA Justice, '14 MA Justice