IUP’s Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice is “No Place for Hate.” As educators and students of criminology and criminal justice, we are committed to preventing and fighting racism, discrimination, and injustice with action, knowledge, and courage.
Criminology, Pre-law Track
Minor in Criminology
Minor in Information Assurance
Criminal Justice Training Center
Criminology, MA, On-Campus and Online
The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice offers students seeking careers in Criminology a broad liberal arts education that encourages them to think critically about crime and justice issues and also prepares them for careers in the criminal justice system.
The degree offered is the Bachelor of Arts with a major in Criminology and the Bachelor of Arts with a major in Criminology Pre-Law. Additionally, students may minor in Criminology. Through the School of Graduate Studies and Research, the department also offers graduate work at both the master’s and doctoral levels.
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IUP Dept. of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Lee Publishes Findings Evaluating the Day Reporting Center
Alumna Carter Receives 2020 Sarah Hall Award
Alumna Clevenger Wins 2020 CoraMae Richey Mann “Inconvenient Woman of the Year” Award
Alumnus Jordan Named Director of Diversity and Inclusion at American University
Gossett Appointed Editor of Criminal Justice Policy Review
Two Criminology Students Complete Dissertation Requirements
Hilliard Retires as Criminology Department Secretary
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