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Welcome to Crime and Justice Studies!

Crime and Justice Studies is a Liberal Arts degree and therefore, the focus is on providing students with a well-rounded, critically engaged, and scientifically informed understanding of the field.  Program graduates will attain positions in a variety of occupations including local and federal law enforcement, probation and parole, civil, criminal and juvenile courts, researcher, corrections, teaching, forensics and a variety of other fields.

Crime and Justice Studies News

Spotlight CJS Advisory Committee Member

Major Wendy Stiver is a member of Wright State University’s Crime and Justice Studies (CJS) Advisory Committee. During the September 2016 CJS Advisory Committee meeting, Major Stiver provided input about the goals of the Dayton Police Department.

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CoLA Outstanding Adjunct 2016

Carin Benning, College of Liberal Arts (CoLA) adjunct and advisor for Crime and Justice Studies (CJS) has been awarded the CoLA Outstanding Adjunct award

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Why Liberal Arts?

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