UT Tyler

Social Sciences

David Scott

Title: Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Department: Social Sciences
Building: BUS 236
Email: dscott@uttyler.edu
Phone: 903.566.7414

Degrees

B.S. (1996), Criminal Justice, Stephen F. Austin State University

M.P.A. (2001), Master of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Tyler

M.S.C.J. (2005), Master of Science in Criminal Justice, University of Texas at Tyler

M.B.A. (2014), Master of Business Administration, University of Texas at Tyler

Ph.D. (2010), Public Affairs, University of Texas at Dallas

Biography

Dr. Scott began working at The University of Texas at Tyler in the Fall of 2015 after a thirteen year career in municipal policing in Texas. His research interests focus on criminal justice education, domestic and family violence, sexual assault and stalking crimes, and crimes against children.

Dr. Scott teaches undergraduate and graduate courses that focus upon Criminal Justice Policy, Criminal Investigations, Criminology, and Criminal Procedures. He is also an undergraduate criminal justice student advisor and serves on graduate level master thesis committees. 

Curriculum Vitae

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