In our Criminal Justice major, you will gain a broad-based perspective of local, state and national law enforcement, and criminal justice systems, as you prepare for an exciting career in law enforcement, probation and parole, corrections and the courts, or to attend graduate school. Our program emphasizes the theoretical and practical underpinnings of criminal justice and the helping nature of the field's professions. Learn more about the Criminal Justice program.
The Criminal Justice internship program is designed to provide students with an introduction to the field of criminal justice as a profession. Learn more about Criminal Justice internships.
Opportunities exist for students to work with individual faculty members on research-related projects. Learn more about Criminal Justice research.
Barbara Hanbury, Ph.D., is an expert in death investigation, as well as violence and victimization.