Master of Arts in Applied Behavioral Science

Graduate Profile: Beth Nichols

Beth Nichols earned her B.A. in Psychology as well as her Certificate in TESOL at Wright State University in 1998. She is currently a graduate student in the Master’s Program of Applied Behavioral Sciences, Criminal Justice and Social Problems. At present, she is finishing up her thesis research and intends to graduate in May of 2019. For her thesis, she has been conducting research on whether geographical profiling software contributes to the investigation of serial murder.

She is currently working as a Case Manager in the Domestic Violence Unit at the Administrative Office of the Courts in Lee County, Florida. After graduation, Beth plans to pursue a doctorate degree so she is able to teach at the college level.

 


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