Faculty

 

Troy Fugate    

Office:  Shipley Hall 312

Phone:  (918) 540-6208

e-mail:  tfugate@neo.edu

Fugate's webpage

Courses

Fall 

  • Intro to Criminal Justice
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Report Writing
  • Criminal Investigation

Spring

  • Elementary Criminal Law
  • Intro to Corrections (on-line)
  • Intro to Criminal Justice
  • Police Management
  • Juvenile Delinquency (on-line)

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How can NEO help me start my criminal justice career?

NEO’s Criminal Justice Program provides a foundation for students wanting to enter the criminal justice field.  A solid educational foundation is essential in any field of study, but especially in criminal justice where a person’s liberty may be dependent on the interpretation and application of law. NEO’s instructor(s) bring numerous years of field experience to the classroom and share real-life illustrations of the criminal justice system at work.

NEO offers an Associate in Arts Degree in Criminal Justice. 

 

To receive this degree a student must complete 60 total program hours.  Of that 60 hours, 38 hours are general education course requirements and 22 hours are Criminal Justice course requirements.  For more information visit the Course Catalog or click on the:

Criminal Justice Student Focus
Spring 2013



 
 

    2013 Criminal Justice Graduates

     

    Congratulations to the following students who have completed course work for the Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice and are anticipating graduation in 2013:

     

    • Bebee Bronson
    • Nicholas Birdsong
    • Raul Castilleja
    • Breanna Fly
    • Weston Hall
    • Sharon Langley
    • Amanda Lemmon
    • Stephanie McKibben
    • Dillon Mills
    • Ashley O'Brien
    • Terry Williams
    • Daniel Young