Niagara University's criminology and criminal justice program prepare students to take the lead in the criminal justice profession. Niagara University students will experience top-tier learning and professional opportunities to give them the edge over their peers in the professional criminal justice field.
Current undergraduate criminal justice students have many opportunities available to them:
- Education: From introductions to criminal justice to advanced instruction on focused topics like sentencing and organizational crime, students can navigate their journey through our diverse course guide.
- Experience: Students can gain field experience, enroll in independent study courses, and earn internships with local, state, and federal agencies. Visit Ron Winkley in Timon Hall (Room 114) to talk or view the latest postings on the bulletin board. You may also visit Career Services in Bailo Hall for more internship opportunities.
- Advancement: Undergraduate majors can take advantage of Niagara University's 4+1 program, which allows them to stay on after graduation for an extra year to earn their master's degree in criminal justice administration. Contact your academic advisor for more information.