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Welcome to the Criminal Justice and Criminology Department!

Criminal justice and criminology is a fast-growing field where students can explore the functions of, and interactions among, police, courts, and corrections systems. Class offerings are a varied blend of theoretical examination and practical application, ranging from human behavior and social structure to management principles and supervisory skills. The Criminal Justice and Criminology Department recognizes that each of us is a teacher as well as a student. It operates as a diverse community that embodies passion, commitment, civility, integrity, and mutual respect. The CJC faculty and staff provide opportunities for collaboration, renewal, and scholarship in academic preparation for responsible, equitable and moral administration of justice. The CJC faculty are committed to leadership in the community and to examination and assessment of the criminal justice paradigm.

 

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 Summer Classes

 The schedules for summer classes are out! See the attached file 2015 Summer Classes and you can also check the full schedules here

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Study Abroad 2016

The CJC department is planning two study abroad tips in 2016. See the attached file for details and contact Dr. Capps for any questions.CJC Study Abroad England CJC Study Abroad Hague

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CJC Newsletter

Please find the attached CJC Newsletter for Spring 2015. Spring 2015 Newsletter

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Job Openings

You can find numerous job openings in criminal justice field here.

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