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Since earning his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Gardner-Webb University in 2000, Terry Sult, police chief of Hampton, Va., has served in four towns, each with different needs. His GWU studies helped him developed the skills needed to adapt to new situations, analyze problems and propose solutions. “The bachelor’s degree provides you with a broader view of the world and lets you look at things from a different plateau,” Sult observed.
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Office of University Communications, "Skills Developed in GWU Criminal Justice Program Benefit Alumnus Throughout Career" (2018). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 463.