The only graduate program of its kind within a 150-mile radius of Scranton, this interdisciplinary program combines criminal justice and management course work to prepare graduates to work and lead in the criminal justice field.
You'll receive a broad education, choosing from a wide range of criminal justice courses as well as electives in related fields such as psychology and social work. As part of a hands-on, practical education, you'll also pursue an internship and an individualized research project, using our program's close working relationships with federal criminal justice agencies located in Scranton and northeast Pennsylvania. As a graduate of our five-year Criminal Justice program, you'll leave not only with the knowledge and experience to begin a successful career, but you'll be prepared to become an effective leader as well.
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Lecturer in Criminal Justice and Sociology
Associate Professor of Sociology/Criminal Justice
Director of Criminal Justice and Sociology, Associate Professor of Sociology/Criminal Justice
Lecturer in Criminal Justice
Undergraduate Admissions Requirements
- Official SAT and/or ACT scores
- Completed application
- Official transcripts
- Letter of recommendation