Patricia Igo

Lecturer

About

Patricia Igo is a part-time faculty member at Northeastern University, teaching courses in statistics (behavioral sciences and business), sociology and research methods. Patricia has over 25 years of experience in coordinating and managing research projects in the criminal justice and social science arenas. She has additional experience as a policy analyst with the Kansas Department on Aging focusing on Medicare and Medicaid waiver programs. Currently, Patricia works with the Retired State, County and Municipal Employees Association as the executive secretary and database development and maintenance. Patricia holds a BS in Education and an MS in Criminal Justice, both from Northeastern University. Additionally, she is a certified online instructor.

BS Education NEU Boston Bouve College of Human Development Professions, 1990

MS Criminal Justice NEU College of Criminal Justice, 1991

Withdrew from Law Policy and Society PhD program when ABD

Education

Master of Science from Northeastern University (1991)

Professional Experience

Instructor with the College of Professional Studies since 1996, teaching:

Statistics (Behavioral Sciences and Business)

Research Methods

Advanced Research Methods

Senior Seminar

Sociology 1