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Education and Social Sciences

Criminal Justice

ASU-Beebe currently offers a two-year Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in four different areas: Law Enforcement, Corrections, Forensics and Wildlife Enforcement Officer. The classes for this program are offered both on the Beebe campus and online.

In addition to the AAS degree, technical certificates in the four areas of law enforcement, corrections, forensics and wildlife enforcement are also available as well as a certificate of proficiency in K9 Assisted Drug and Explosive Detection.

In cooperation with the Criminal Justice Institute, an Associate of Applied Science in Crime Scene Investigation and Law Enforcement Administration, is also offered. These programs are open only to licensed law enforcement officers.

A-State offers courses on the Beebe campus that lead to the four-year Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice.

Criminal Justice Faculty

Dr. Doug Larkins
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
ASU-Beebe Campus
Office: England Center 104
Phone: 501-882-4473
E-mail: drlarkins

Office Hours: Contact Owen Center, 501-882-8921, for office hours.

Background
Joined ASU-Beebe in 2006
AAS, Community College of the Air Force
BA, University of Pittsburgh
MPA, Golden Gate University
Specialist degree in Community College Teaching, Arkansas State University

Dawn Phillips
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
ASU-Beebe Campus
Office: England Center 103
Phone: 501-882-8877
E-mail: ddreed

Office Hours: Contact Owen Center, 501.882.8921, for office hours.

Background
Joined ASU-Beebe in 2007
AA, Arkansas State University-Beebe
BA, University of Arkansas-Little Rock
MA, University of Arkansas-Little Rock