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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.

Juvenile Justice Institute

Offering programs and training aimed at reducing juvenile incarceration while strengthening community bonds

College Catalog

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Develop an additional focus of study to help expand your resume by completing another minor.

Criminal Justice & Psychology News

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.

Study Abroad

Explore our study abroad programs and discover a world of opportunities that are sure to be the highlight of your college years.


Working with a faculty mentor conducting research enriches the learning process and can offer an experience to last a lifetime.


Internships and field experiences give students the chance to learn through hands-on experiences beyond the classroom.

Civic Engagement

Engage in civic-based projects, meet social challenges, solve problems, and make a positive impact in the community.

Faculty Profiles

Andreoli, Marie, PhD

Andreoli, Marie, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Chair of Social and Behavioral Sciences Department

Howell, Steven R., PhD

Howell, Steven R., PhD

Associate Professor of Psychology and Computer Science and Faculty Fellow of Assessment

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