Dual Major in Criminal Justice and Psychology
Explore a criminal psychology degree.
The dual major in criminal justice and psychology allows motivated students who are interested in criminal justice and psychology the ability to complete major requirements in both areas in a four-year program.
Students who complete this dual major in criminal justice and psychology could find employment in the criminal justice field or in entry-level positions in community agencies requiring a psychology degree. The criminal psychology program also prepares students for graduate school programs in sociology, criminal justice, psychology, counseling, law or social work.
Criminal Justice & Psychology News
Officers Robert Stelmak and Martin Monahan from the Scranton Police Department recently gave presentations with their K9 officers Attyro and Ember to Criminal Justice students.
Workplace Environment students are gaining an awareness of the variety of criminal justice, psychology, and social science careers in the region.
On September 26, members of the Keystone College Criminal Justice/Psychology Club attended a free screening of Suicide The Ripple Effect at the University of Scranton.
Real World Experience
From internships and experiential learning opportunities to travel and conferences, you’ll have many opportunities to conduct hands-on experiences, work with your peers and mentors in your chosen field, and learn first-hand the latest techniques to succeed in the real world.
Assistant Professor of Psychology and Chair of Social and Behavioral Sciences Department
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Psychology
Associate Professor of Psychology
Instructor and Program Director of Criminal Justice
Associate Professor of Psychology and Computer Science and Faculty Fellow of Assessment
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice