In our Criminal Justice program, you will have plenty of opportunities in the classroom and beyond. Below are just a few of the opportunities waiting for you as a future Saint Francis student.
We encourage our students to get their hands dirty in research. Recently, our students have completed the following independent research projects:
In the past, students have had the opportunity to publish with faculty and work as paid research assistants. Criminal justice majors take classes with experienced criminal justice professionals from the community, and each criminal justice major completes an internship.Our majors also have a chance to contribute to the success of the department through work study.
As an Saint Francis student, you will have the opportunity to join the Sociology/Criminal Justice Club. This growing club offers an important outlet for increasing awareness and respect for Sociology and Criminal Justice on campus. The club also offers socialization and entertainment among students.
Usually during their senior year, each criminal justice major completes an internship as a capstone experience. In the past, students have completed internships with the local police departments, local sheriff departments, SFU campus police, probation departments, victim services, juvenile justice organizations, and among many others, district attorney offices and private attorney offices.Criminal Justice majors are eligible to participate in our internship program that offers internships in major U.S. cities at prestigious organizations. We have internships at places such as Warner Brothers, Gucci, CBS, NBC, ING Financial, Epitaph Records, Sephora, and Merrill Lynch. To learn more about the program, meet with Teelyn Mauney or email her at email@example.com.
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