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The Criminal Justice Club sponsors a variety of activities promoting criminal justice and economic crime investigation, both on and off campus. The Club has visited the Attica Correctional Facility for insights into criminology, sponsored a Criminal Justice Explorer’s Post, and set up Criminal Justice month, which has included a Career panel, K-9 demonstration, Hypnosis Demonstration, Applying for Jobs and Graduate Schools Information panel, Victim Impact panel, and a variety of other social activities.

The club sponsors an annual urban Criminal Justice experience to New York City, Washington, DC, or Boston. Students who participate in the urban experience are afforded the opportunity to ride along with the local police and visit a variety of Criminal Justice venues in the city and surrounding region.

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Criminal Justice - The Criminal Justice major prepares students for positions in areas such as judicial services, law enforcement, Homeland Security, and private security, with their Criminal Justice degree.
Economic Crime Investigation - The Economic Crime Investigation program is an interdisciplinary major that blends courses from Criminal Justice, Accounting, and Computer Science, giving students a firm foundation in the procedures of criminal investigation and preparation of evidence for the justice system.
Homeland Security and Applied Intelligence - Help fight terrorism by earning your Homeland Security Degree. Our Homeland Security Courses will teach you how to use intelligence data to anticipate & prevent criminal activity.
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