Diamond “Nel” Spedden ‘15
“My favorite part about the criminal justice program was having professors with years of experience in the field they are teaching in,” Diamond says. “Some of my professors have been a lawyer, police officer, hostage negotiator, policy maker, correctional officer, and a crime scene investigator.”
Nel had an internship with the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division. Over the course of six months, she had the opportunity to work with their Quality Assurance, Crime Scene, Questioned Document/Trace Evidence, Photography, and Biology units. Her plan is to begin graduate school at SU in the Forensic Studies program. “The B.S. to M.S. program has allowed me to take some of my graduate courses already which will save me time and money in the long run!”
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