The Department of Criminal Justice and Sociology offer a major concentration in criminal justice (HEGIS 2105) leading to a BA degree through the School of Arts and Science. The department also offers a five-year combined BA/MS in criminal justice, advanced graduate certificate programs in Cyber-crime & Security and Forensic Criminology, minor in criminal justice and a minor in Security Threat Assessment and Terrorism Studies.
For programs in sociology, please see Sociology.
Chair: M. Aldredge; Assistant Chair and Graduate Coordinator: C. Lavery; Professors: C. Lavery, P. O’Connell, S. Toliver; Associate Professors: M. Aldredge, J. Klein, Professors Emeriti: W. Egelman, F. Salamone; Assistant Professor: D. Kassa; K. Spanjol.
The major program in criminal justice is an interdisciplinary program based in the liberal arts with special emphasis on the social and behavioral sciences.
ProgramsBachelor of ArtsBachelor of Arts/Master of ScienceNon-Degree