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Graduate Bulletin 1999-2001

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

DIRECTOR: William E. Thornton, Jr., Ph.D.
OFFICE: Stallings 124
COORDINATOR OF GRADUATE STUDIES: Dee W. Harper, Ph.D.
PROFESSORS: William E. Thornton, Dee W. Harper, Lydia Voigt
ASSISTANT PROFESSORS: Laurie M. Joyner, Ronal Serpas, Marcus Mahmood,  George Capowich
ADJUNCT PROFESSORS: Daina Farthing, David Kent
ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR: David M. Aplin

The fields of criminal justice and private security are the fastest growing areas in terms of employment in the new millennium, and an advanced degree is fast becoming a necessity for most careers in criminal justice, both in the public and private sectors.  The MCJ is offered in response to the growing need for professionally trained public and private criminal justice administrators, planners and researchers as well as professionals in the field of private security.


1999-2001 Graduate Bulletin

Posted online on October 19, 2001