Criminal Justice students will acquire an understanding of the principles of ethics and social justice, and the role these principles play in the field of criminal justice.
Students will be able to recognize the value of human diversity, and gain awareness of social inequalities and their direct and indirect effect on crime and criminality.
The program provides students with the educational background necessary to pursue careers in criminal justice, and/or to pursue graduate study in criminology, criminal justice, law, or other related fields.
- Carrie Lynn Maloney, Ph.D., Criminal Justice Program Director
- Darla Darno, Ph.D.
- Chin Hu, Ph.D.
- Gerard LaSalle, Ph.D., Criminal Justice Internship Coordinator
- Vertel Martin, M.S.
- Scott Mathers, Ph.D.
- Ray Muller, Ph.D.
- Hooshang Pazaki, Ph.D.
- Michael Pittaro, Ph.D.
- Jeffrey Rosky, Ph.D.
- Richard Ruck, Ed.D.