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Pictured | Dave Surma, Ph.D. | University of Notre Dame, 1998 | Interim Associate Dean; and Associate Professor of Computer Science


Criminal Justice

Dave Surma, Ph.D. | Interim Chair
Wiekamp Hall 2188 | (574) 520-4836 | cjus.iusb.edu

Faculty
  • Associate Professor | Surma (Interim Chair), Xu
  • Assistant Professors | Kumar
  • Faculty Emeriti | Anderson

About Criminal Justice

Students in criminal justice study both domestic and international structures, functions, behaviors, and public policies related to the apprehension, prosecution, sentencing, and incarceration of offenders. Graduates are prepared for a wide range of careers in the criminal justice arena at the local, county, state, and federal levels, as well as numerous opportunities in the private sector. Many graduates go on to law school or graduate school. Graduates can also be found working in the social welfare field, business, and in regulatory agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency and the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, among others.


Degree Offered

Minor Offered

Course Descriptions

Criminal Justice CJUS

Academic Bulletins

PDF Version

2016-2017 Campus Bulletin
2015-2016 Campus Bulletin
2014-2015 Campus Bulletin

Please be aware that the PDF is formatted from the webpages; some pages may be out of order.