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Criminal Justice Studies

Careers and Graduate Study

Hannah Westwood

Class of 2021

Master's of Science in Criminal Justice degree candidate at University of New Haven, New Haven, CT.

Max Ungerman

Class of 2018

Public Sector Fellow, Bricker & Eckler and Law Student at Capital University, Columbus, OH.

Tricia Johnston

Class of 2014

Earned a PhD in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Georgia State University and is working in Customer Success and Operations Analysis at Evident ID. The company “helps organizations manage their risk by enabling the safe and private exchange of personal and business credentials.”

Tyler Craig

Class of 2016

State Police Officer, Crime Unit, Mercer, PA.

Coty Gander

Class of 2017

Visitation Supervisor and Assistant Basketball Coach, George Junior Republic.

Jennifer Duvall Matej

Class of 2012

Ohio Juvenile Probation Officer.

 

What can you do with a Criminal Justice Studies degree?

Imagine yourself an investigator, detective, police officer, paralegal, counselor, or probation officer.