2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Criminal Justice

The Criminal Justice program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the criminal justice system, which consists of public and private police, courts, and corrections.

The course of study enables the graduate to pursue a career in law enforcement, correctional security and counseling, probation, parole, court administration, or personnel management in various criminal justice agencies or private security. The program also prepares students to enter law school or graduate school in the social and behavioral sciences. It provides an excellent opportunity for criminal justice personnel and community and junior college graduates to obtain a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Applicants who have completed the municipal, state, or FBI training may apply for advanced standing.

Faculty

 

JAMES E. MCCABE, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

PATRICK MORRIS, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

ANTHONY J. PAPA, J.D.

Lecturer