Criminal Justice and Criminology
Harry R. Dammer, Ph.D., Chair
Joseph F. Cimini, J.D.
David O. Friedrichs, M.A.
Michael J. Jenkins, Ph.D.
Meghan Ashlin Rich, Ph.D.
James C. Roberts, Ph.D.
Loreen Wolfer, Ph.D.
The Bachelor of Science degree program in Criminal Justice has the following objectives:
- To prepare students for careers in law enforcement at the local, state or federal level.
- To prepare students for careers in the field of correction and rehabilitation: parole, prisons, juvenile justice, etc.
- To provide students with academic preparation for advanced study in law, criminology, public administration and related fields. The Criminal Justice & Criminology major is administered by the Department of Sociology/ Criminal Justice & Criminology. An advisory board of community leaders working in the field of criminal justice has been established to work with University students, faculty and administrators.
Sociology/Criminal Justice - Legal Studies Track
For more information, visit Sociology/Criminal Justice - Legal Studies Track .
For more information, visit Criminology Minor .
For information on the CAS/MBA Five-Year Program, visit our CAS/MBA Five-Year Program page.
Courses for Criminal Justice are listed under the prefixes CJ and S/CJ. For information on these courses visit the Criminal Justice Courses page. For more information, on all courses offered visit our Course Descriptions page.
For more information about the Sociology/Criminal Justice and Criminology department, visit its website.