Dr. Brittany Rodriguez – Professional Associate Professor



University of Texas at Arlington-Arlington, Texas
Degree: Ph.D. in Urban Planning and Administration, September 2013
Dissertation: Prison Pre-release Programs in Texas: What Effects Do These Programs Have on Offender Success?

University of Texas at Arlington – Arlington, Texas
Degrees: M.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice, May 2008
Thesis: Perception Towards Airport Security as it Relates to Terrorism: An Analysis of Criminology/Criminal Justice Majors and Non-Majors

Texas A&M University-College Station, Texas
Degrees: B.S. in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Sciences, December 1996


Assistant Professor, Tarleton State University (TSU) 2012-Present
Department of Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Strategic Studies
Advisor: Approximately 200 undergraduate students.
Committee Member: University, college, departmental, and non-university committees.

Adjunct Professor, University of Texas at Arlington 2008-2012
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Graduate Research Assistant, University of Texas at Arlington 2006-2008

Johnson County Adult Probation, Cleburne, Texas 2005-2006
Supervised Sex Offenders through monthly office and home visits

Hays County Adult Probation, San Marcos, Texas 2001-2005
Monitored felony and misdemeanor offenders

The Texas Youth Commission 1997-2001
Juvenile Prison Caseworker

Research Grants

United Arab Emirates. International Professional Policing Training. – 2013