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Criminal Justice

Professors: Bergen (Chair), Dowdall, Kefalas

Associate Professor: Logio, Clampet-Lundquist

Assistant Professors: Ayella , Brown (Internship Director) ,Logue, Moore

The criminal justice major is designed to provide theoretical and practical knowledge for students interested in professional careers in traditional law enforcement fields such as federal law enforcement, corrections, courts, police, and probation; in administrative and management positions in criminal justice and private security; and in law and para-legal occupations. Moreover, the major’s curriculum is intended to facilitate entry into graduate programs in criminal justice, sociology, and law, while also retaining a humanistic understanding of the study of crime. The criminal justice major at Saint Joseph’s is distinguished by its emphasis on creative participation, with student-faculty interaction being maximized through field placements and independent research projects