Matt Nobles

, Ph.D., M.A., B.A., B.S.

Associate Professor

Criminal Justice, Doctoral Program in Public Affairs

Biography

Credentials

  • Ph.D., Criminology, Law & Society, University of Florida
  • M.A., Criminology, Law & Society, University of Florida
  • B.A., Criminology, University of Florida
  • B.S., Psychology, University of Florida
  • Research

    Violent and interpersonal crimes; stalking; communities and crime; spatial analysis; guns and gun policy; criminological theory; quantitative methodology.

    Courses
    • PAF 7804 (Spring 2018): Advanced Quantiative Reserach Methods in Criminal Justice/Public Affairs I

      Dual-listed for criminal justice/public affairs doctoral students. An advanced statistical course that efficiently and effectively performs multivariate modeling and analyzes multivariate statistical data to address critical issues in criminal justice and public affairs.

    • CCJ 7727 / PAF 7802 (Fall 2017): Advanced Research Methods in Criminal Justice/Public Affairs

      Dual-listed for criminal justice/public affairs doctoral students.

    • PAF 7805 (Fall 2017): Advanced Quantitative Research Methods in Public Affairs II

      Introduction to an array of statistical modeling techniques for different types of data and research designs. Coverage of theory and application of each technique.

    • CJE 4694 (Summer 2017): Cybercrime and the Criminal Justice System (Online)

      An overview of criminal justice responses to cybercrime including enforcement, behavioral, and social factors that influence its perpetration, prevention, and prosecution.

    • CCJ 7725 (Spring 2017): Geography of Crime: Theory and Methods

      This course will cover key theoretical and practical approaches related to the understanding and examination of the geography of crime.

    • CCJ 4934 (Fall 2016): Cybercrime and Criminal Justice

      Developing trends and issues in criminal justice facing administrators, practitioners, and researchers.

    • CCJ 6106 (Spring 2016): Policy Analysis in Criminal Justice

      This course is designed to familiarize students with the causes and consequences of public policy with an emphasis on criminal justice policy.

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