As a graduate student, you apply research insights and technical training from other disciplines to issues in law, crime, and justice. Our faculty connects to the departments of Anthropology, Developmental Science, Law, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health, and Sociology, among others.
Our faculty conduct research in the United States and abroad, encouraging you to pursue new and emerging areas of inquiry. Faculty mentors provide you with the theoretical and methodological skills needed to do so.
The Ph.D. in Criminal Justice requires a minor, allowing you to deepen your proficiency in two intersecting areas.