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Christopher Schreiner, MS

Adjunct Faculty

MS, Northeastern University
BA, Saint Anselm College

Christopher M. Schreiner began as an Adjunct Faculty member at Bay Path University in 2014, teaching courses at the Burlington campus before transitioning primarily to online courses. He brings a strong technological background to Bay Path, and more recently, years of experience in public administration and state government.

Schreiner graduated from Northeastern University with a MS in Criminal Justice, where his areas of focus were criminology, quantitative research, recidivism, and cyber security. He also worked on a variety of research projects, including several focused around cyber terrorism.  

After graduating from Northeastern University, Schreiner spent a brief time in the private security field before transitioning to the public sector at the Massachusetts Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (DCJIS) as a program coordinator. In 2013, he was appointed as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Information Security Officer for the DCJIS, a position he currently still holds to oversee information security for criminal records in the Commonwealth.

Schreiner brings both his academic and professional experience to all of the courses he teaches. He also incorporates his passion for strong research, both from a qualitative and quantitative perspective into both his professional research and the classroom. His current area of focus lies in technological advances within the criminal justice field.