International College is proud to announce that Marian Mosser, a professor in the College’s Criminal Justice Program, has successfully completed all course requirements for her doctorate degree in Philosophy, Applied Management and Decision Sciences. The degree will be conferred by Walden University on May 27, 2007.
Dr. Mosser holds a Master’s Degree in Military Arts & Science and has more than 25 years of experience in combating and safeguarding against terrorist acts. She also possesses a keen understanding of international security matters due to a long and varied role in service to our nation.
She has been a liaison to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Council during the course of her highly respected career.
Mosser relocated to Florida after retiring from the Pentagon in1997, yet maintains involvement with both anti- and counter-terrorism initiatives through her work with a variety of international task forces striving to deter terrorist activities.
Currently, Mosser teaches classes focusing on anti-terrorism and intelligence gathering for the Criminal Justice Program at International College.
For information on enrolling in International College’s Criminal Justice Program, call (239) 513-1122 or visit International College online at www.internationalcollege.edu.