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The focus of the Applied Behavioral Science (ABS) track in Criminal Justice and Social Problems is both academic and practical. The program develops students' reasoning and methodological skills and knowledge of recent scholarship in deviance, criminology and criminal justice.

Applied Behavioral Science News

Kenneth Graham, 2018 Distinguished Alumni for the Applied Behavioral Science Master’s Program

Kenneth Graham, M.A. graduated from Wright State University with his B.A. in Sociology in 2013. He then obtained his M.A. from WSU in the Applied Behavioral Sciences program in 2016.

Incoming Student Aleigha Crayton Receives the 2018-2019 Wright Fellows Graduate Scholarship

The 2018-2019 Wright Fellows Graduate Scholarship is aimed at attracting high-quality, underrepresented graduate students to the WSU campus. For the 2018-2019 academic year, Ms. Aleigha Crayton, a Wright State University undergraduate alumni, has received one of the four awarded scholarships.

Events

Tuesday, November 27, 3 pm to 4 pm
Millett 106
Thursday, November 29, 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Millett Atrium
Wednesday, December 5, Noon to 1 pm
Millett 106

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