Criminal Justice doctoral student, Donald Hunt, received a $1,400 competitive travel award from the Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology & Criminal Justice to support… more »
Chelsea Harkins, BS and Rachel Gage, MS at Spring 2014 AYS Graduation Recognition Ceremony
Our nationally and internationally recognized faculty members are scholars who are committed to providing the best possible education to our students while at the same time advancing our discipline by performing groundbreaking research and engaging in significant service activities. We offer Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. degrees to students interested in criminal justice. Currently, more than 560 students are enrolled in our degree programs. While rigorous by design, students report widespread satisfaction with our coursework.
While teaching students to critically analyze and better understand issues related to crime and criminal justice in the classroom, faculty members conduct research which has consistently resulted in widespread acclaim. Several studies in recent years have placed the department’s research productivity among the top criminal justice programs in the nation.
Our master and doctoral programs in Criminal Justice and Criminology are designed to prepare students as future scholars and researchers.
Our curriculum for the bachelors, masters, and doctorate has been streamlined in order to enhance student choice and expand the number of courses available for specialization.
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