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George Ackerman, PhD/JD/MBA

Adjunct Faculty

Areas of Expertise: 

  • ​Criminal Justice
  • Business
  • Law

Education:

  • Ph.D. Criminal Justice. Capella University. Minneapolis, MN.
  • J.D. (Juris Doctor) Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law
  • M.B.A. (Masters of Business Administration) Nova Southeastern University

Dissertation Title:

  • ​"African American family members of homicide victims: grief, time, relationship, and support." 

Research Areas of Interest:

  • ​Victimology 

Certifications and /or licenses:

  • Police Officer
  • Rsv
  • Attorney 

Select Publications:

  • Ackerman, G. (2013).  African American family members of Homicide Victims Grief and Trauma. Journal of Criminal Justice, AAU.
  • Ackerman, G. (2012). Dissertation: African American family members of Homicide Victims: Grief, time, relationship, and support.
  • Ackerman, G. (2010). Courts and the Law: Current Perspectives: Readings from InfoTrac. California: Wadsworth- Cengage. Isbn # 978-0-495-91233-0
  • Ackerman, G. (2009). Victimology: Current Perspectives: Readings from InfoTrac. California: Wadsworth- Cengage. Isbn #978-0-495-59717-9
  • Ackerman, G. (2001). Master's Thesis: How do the factors of scholarships, coaches, and referees influence interpersonal violence in men's division I college basketball programs. 
  • Evidence. Degrees For You, LLC (2004). Law School Tutoring Student Charting Workbook,
  • Criminal Law. Degrees For You, LLC (2004).  Law School Tutoring Student Charting Workbook,
  • Constitutional Law. Degrees For You, LLC (2004).  Law School Tutoring Student Charting Workbook.
  • Contracts. Degrees For You, LLC (2004). Law School Tutoring Student Charting Workbook,
  • Property. Degrees For You, LLC (2004). Law School Tutoring Student Charting Workbook.
  • Torts. Degrees For You, LLC (2004). Law School Tutoring Student Charting Workbook.
  • Property. Degrees For You, LLC: Law School Tutoring Student Charting Workbook.
  • Torts. Degrees For You, LLC: Law School Tutoring Student Charting Workbook.
  • Ackerman, G. (April 3, 2001). Master's Thesis: How do the factors of scholarships, coaches, and referees influence interpersonal violence in men's division I college basketball programs.

Select Professional Experience:

  • ​Attorney
  • Police