Criminal Justice

The Criminal Justice Program at LHU provides a dynamic opportunity to develop critical skills and acquire content specific knowledge in preparation for a variety of possible careers in criminal justice.


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Department Chair
Katherine Ely, Ph.D.

J314 East Campus, Lock Haven University

 

(570) 484-2203

When you decide to pursue a  degree in Criminal Justice at Lock Haven University, you will develop knowledge of issues in the field of criminal justice through a balanced presentation of program and student learning outcomes which will develop:

  1. knowledge of the nature and causes of crime and deviance;
  2. knowledge of the history and practices of the major organizational systems in criminal justice; and
  3. the ability to analyze and critique emerging research and current trends in criminal justice.

You will complete a core set of required courses covering all components of the criminal justice system. Learning opportunities are enhanced in the curriculum with topic specific elective courses and a variety of experiential learning opportunities.

Faculty in the Department of Criminal Justice at Lock Haven University are dedicated to excellence. We maintain an active agenda of scholarly research, publication and service, and regularly involve our students in those activities. We also maintain professional working relationships with key criminal justice agencies in the field which informs and enhances the classroom experience and creates opportunities for student involvement.

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