November 16, 2009
Dr. M Nazrul Islam Joins Farmingdale State
Criminal Justice Department Welcomes New Assistant Professor
Dr. M. Nazrul Islam Dr. M. Nazrul Islam has joined the College as an assistant professor in the criminal justice department. Dr. Islam's research focuses on optical communication and optoelectronics, digital image processing, wireless communication and solid state electronics.
A resident of West Babylon, Islam received his PhD in 1999 from Muroran Institute of Technology in Muroran, Japan, in electrical and electronic engineering. While at the Muroran Institute of Technology, he received a Japanese government scholarship with full tuition funding. In addition to his PhD, Islam holds an MS and BS in engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Farmingdale State's criminal justice and law enforcement program is part of the College's School of Arts & Sciences, which enrolls more than 2,500 students. The department offers a Bachelor of Science in Security Systems and an Associate in Science in Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement. With an emphasis in technology, the program prepares students for thriving careers in criminal justice and the protective services.