Nik Roberts

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
M.S. Criminal Justice

Dr. Nik Roberts brings 16 years of experience in college teaching to Walden University with areas of interest in corrections education, criminological/social theory, militarism, and digital forensics. Although he has taught in the Ph.D., M.S., and B.S. programs in Criminal Justice, he primarily supervises dissertation research as a qualitative methodologist for Criminal Justice and Public Policy & Administration candidates. Honorably discharged from the Army National Guard, Dr. Roberts previously worked for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and the U.S. Library of Congress' Teaching with Primary Sources program. A recently certified digital forensics investigator, Dr. Roberts earned his Ph.D. (Human/Social Science) from Saybrook University, his M.A. (Criminology) from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and his M.S. (Law and Public Policy) from California University of Pennsylvania.

Courses Taught

CRJS 9000 - Dissertation

PPPA 9000 - Dissertation

CRJS 8351 - Policy Analysis in Criminal Justice

CRJS 2001 - Criminology and Social Control

CRJS 1001 - Contemporary Criminal Justice Systems

Education

PhD, Saybrook University

Post-master's Certificate, Saybrook University

MA, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

MS, California University of Pennsylvania

Postbaccalaureate Certificate, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge

BA, California University of Pennsylvania

BS, California University of Pennsylvania