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Criminology and
Criminal Justice Department

Criminology and
Criminal Justice Department

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The Lindenwood University Criminology and Criminal Justice department was formed in the early 2000’s as a department of criminal justice. After years of growth, curriculum development and subsequent increased academic rigor, its current title reflects the breadth of relevant substantive knowledge provided to degree seeking students so that they may achieve the full potential of their career aspirations in the field of criminology and criminal justice. To foster evolving teaching and educational delivery methodologies, Lindenwood also offers one of the best full online degrees in the country, as confirmed by SecurityDegreeHub.com

The Criminology and Criminal Justice department has a group of vibrant faculty members excited to mentor and support students interested in all aspects of criminology and criminal justice. Most have practical experience and continued networks with current criminal justice agents and agencies. With former law enforcement officials, juvenile advocates, researchers and former as well as currently practicing attorneys, students will benefit from insights based on direct experience while attaining the appropriate knowledge and critical thinking skills to compete and thrive in the criminology and criminal justice fields. Please click on the appropriate link to explore the curriculum and various career possibilities that this major facilitates.

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