Criminal Justice/Psychology, B.S.
Prepare for a career in law enforcement and the human services with a double major.
Why Study Criminal Justice and Psychology?
Connect one-on-one with faculty, fellow students, and other professionals through classroom instruction, hands-on learning, and internships:
- Complete major requirements in criminal justice and psychology.
- Participate in courses that will provide you with research and analytical skills.
- Engage with faculty and mentors and present undergraduate research at national conferences.
- Gain practical experience during various internship opportunities.
- Pursue graduate school programs in sociology, criminal justice, psychology, counseling, law or social work.
Receive personalized attention and top-notch instruction in a supportive environment:
- Our Stairs to Success developmental plan for success will guide you through your time at Keystone.
- 92% of students receive financial aid.
- Over 150 scholarships are awarded yearly.
Juvenile Justice Institute
The JJI gives students the opportunity to use evidence-based, trauma-responsive programs designed to help area children and reduce delinquency and juvenile incarceration.
What can I do with a degree in criminal justice and psychology?
- Police officer
- Probation officer
- FBI agent
- Computer forensic specialist
- Corrections officer
- Department of Justice
- Homeland Security
- Wyoming County Correctional Facility
- PA State Police
- Luzerne County Detention Center
- PA Liquor Control Board
“Getting my degree in criminal justice/psychology at Keystone prepared me to work as a volunteer in AmeriCorps and be accepted to the college of my choice, Marymount University. After graduation, I left feeling confident and prepared to for a career in forensic and legal psychology.”
Emily Pharr, Class of 2019
Dual Major in Criminal Justice and Psychology
Keystone student-to-faculty ratio
increase in jobs over the next 10 years
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Amazing opportunities—on campus and beyond
From internships and experiential learning opportunities to travel and conferences, you’ll have many opportunities to conduct real-world experiences, work with your peers and mentors in your chosen field, and learn first-hand the latest skills to succeed in the real world.
Inside Out Program
Inmates and college students learn about criminal justice together. Not only does the class give inmates a chance to learn what a college class is like, it helps break down stereotypes—from both sides.
Connect with professionals through hands-on learning and internships.
Students in the CJ/Psychology Club participate in individual projects, observe group demonstrations, and attend the many conferences and other excursions.
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Marie Andreoli, PhD
Deborah Doyle Belknap, JD, PhD
William Chase II, PsyD
Steven R. Howell, PhD
Michael McDougall, MSc, PhD
Robert M. Eskra, Esq.
Stacey Wyland, MS
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