The department office is located on the 4th Floor, in the Student and Faculty Services (SF) building, Room 402.
The department is open during regular business hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday
Dept. Phone: (510) 885-3590
Silvina Ituarte, Ph.D. Rutgers University
Dawna Komorosky (Chair), Ph.D. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Keith Inman, M.Crim. University of California, Berkeley
Summer Jackson, Ph.D. University of Oklahoma
Cory Lepage, Ph.D. University of California, Riverside
Sanjay Marwah, Ph.D. George Mason University
Seung Yeon Paek, Ph.D. Michigan State University
Christopher Palmore, Ph. D. Pennsylvania State University
Michelle Rippy, Ed.D. University of San Francisco
The Department of Criminal Justice offers an undergraduate degree designed for the development of knowledge and understanding of practices, criminological theory, and concepts of the criminal justice system. Through the examination of crime prevention, forensic science and investigation, corrections and community-based programs, equity and diversity, and impact of victimization students will be provided with a general understanding of the issues facing the criminal and juvenile justice systems. This major will prepare students to be leaders for positive change in the community along with careers in law enforcement, corrections, victim advocacy, law, and community-based programs.
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ProgramsBachelor of Science