Internships are your window into a realistic and practical view of the system that we can't teach you in the classroom.
Our students have been exceptional in finding internships, such as with juvenile and adult detention facilities, the district attorney's office, security firms, and crime labs. The major also maintains close ties with many local organizations that provide services to crime victims, juveniles and others in the local community and can facilitate volunteer placement with the organizations to enable students to gain valuable career experience, and often, specialized training.
Students are eligible for placement once they have successfully completed 60 semester hours and have a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
View a list of Criminal Justice Internships.