Criminal Justice is a dynamic, multi-disciplinary approach to studying agencies of social control and crime-related issues. A degree in Criminal Justice provides students with diverse knowledge that emphasizes lifelong learning, problem-solving, and critical thinking. Upon completion of the degree in Criminal Justice, students will be prepared for a broad range of public and private careers in the field, or to further their studies in law or graduate school.
NEW for Fall 2021 - Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Program
The 100% Online Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (MACJ) will provide an accessible, customizable student-centered program taught by high quality faculty. It will help individuals advance their careers whether they seek raises, promotions, new employment, or plan to continue their education.
Dr. Laura Lutgen present at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences conference in Baltimore, Maryland (University Communications - June 2019)
Dr. Schroer selected as fellow for the Holocaust Educational Foundation's Summer Institute on the Holocaust and Jewish Civilization (University Communications - June 2019)
Roberts, Koen, and Wy present at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences conference (University Communications - May 2019)
Faculty Highlight - Dr. Melissa Stacer (Focus Newsletter - May 2019)
Student Highlight - Gabrielle Wy (Focus Newsletter - May 2019)
Trooper Bradley Mull is promoted to Sergeant (Spotlight on Lake – January 2019)
Deputy Logan Osborne is right at home at USI (University Communications – December 2018)
Jasper Post welcomes four new state troopers (Dubois County Herald – December 2018)