|Careers||Employers of Alumni|
|Fire Marshals||Local FD's - State of Michigan|
|Risk Management||AAA of Michigan|
|Insurance||Accident Fund - Aon|
|Industrial Hygienists||Auto Industry|
|Educators||Michigan Safety Conference|
|Fire Investigators||Safety Engineering Labs|
|Fire Protection Specialist||University of Michigan|
|Investigation||Jane Doe Investigations|
The Post-Baccalaureate Safety and Health Certificates provides for a strong science education background with an interdisciplinary component that provides for the practical application in the field of study. The programs offer flexibility in course selection to independently motivate students who have a specific desire to become part of the Safety/Health industry. The two Certificates (Achievement or Completion) contain appropriate preparation for many professional Safety/Health careers as well as for advanced graduate programs.
M.S.-T.C. Eastern Michigan University
B.S. Northern Michigan University
Assistant Chief of Police (Ret.) Novi Police Department
Graduate FBI National Academy – Session #250
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Victor Lauria is an Assistant Professor in the Criminal Justice Department. He joined the full time faculty of Madonna University in 2015. Prior to joining Madonna, he served as an Assistant Chief of Police with the City of Novi. During his 28-year law enforcement career, Victor served in a wide variety of positions. He worked as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics officer, a K-9 handler, and detective, as well as numerous supervisory positions. His work has been recognized by the International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association, National Retail Federation and the Michigan Association of Private Investigators. The National Geographic Channel profiled one of Victor's cases in the documentary film "The Science of Interrogation."
His favorite subjects to teach are interview and interrogation, and ethics.
In his free time, Victor enjoys spending time with his wife, Sherie, and their three children as well as hunting and fishing.