Criminal Justice Degree
The criminal justice major is offered through the Sociology Department in conjunction with the University College. The criminal justice degree program is designed to provide students with an understanding of the problems of crime, delinquency, law, and social control. The major combines a strong liberal arts background with specialized courses in law, criminology, sociology, psychology, and law enforcement administration. The overall objective of the criminal justice degree program is to provide a sound educational basis for either graduate work or professional training.
University College, the Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, the School of Social Work, and the Departments of Anthropology, Political Science, and Sociology. Many of the required courses will be cross-listed, enabling students to receive credit toward their degrees through University College or the College of Arts and Sciences.
For additional information about the Adelphi University criminal justice degree program, please contact:
Criminal Justice Program Director
Department of Anthropology
Blodgett Hall, Room 105C
p – 516.877.4941
f – 516.877.4717
e - lake@ adelphi.edu
University College students may contact:
University College Assistant Director
Hagedorn Hall of Enterprise, Room 201E
p - 516.877.3400
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