College of Arts & Sciences Criminal Justice

Shaping Policy, Improving Lives

Why Criminal Justice?

Criminal Justice studies emphasizes the key components of police, courts, corrections and juvenile justice in the criminal justice processes of our local, state and federal government.

We Offer:

We maintain close working relations with other related disciplines, and our faculty have considerable experience as prosecutors, probation or corrections officers and police officers at every level of government.

You'll find criminal justice grads at work anywhere issues of justice and law enforcement arise - in law firms, for federal agencies such as the U.S. Customs, FBI, Secret Service and IRS; in child welfare, private investigation and national defense; for local and regional law enforcement agencies such as police, state patrol, border patrol and others; in counseling, community service and education.


ContactUs  Criminal Justice Department Director
Steve Feimer, Associate Professor
(605) 677-6468