Beginning in Fall 2017, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is pleased to offer a new major, Criminology and Justice Studies. Please join us during one the following information sessions to learn more about majoring in CJS. While these are not advisement sessions, we will be able to look at your Degree Progress Report for course recommendations which will transfer to the new major.
Criminology and Justice Studies
CSUN Criminology and Justice Studies lecturer Denice Labertew prepared the report, “Women’s Rights Violations at the U.S.-Mexico Border: Motherhood, Menstruation and Sexual Violence,” one of more than 30 reports and summaries submitted by the US Human Rights Network to the United Nations as part of the U.N.’s periodic review of the United States. Read the rest of the article.
Kenneth Hooks is the sole student from CSUN to be selected for this year’s prestigious CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement. The award is given annually to students who demonstrate superior academic success, personal achievements, service to the community and financial need. Learn more about Kenneth and his journey.
Congratulations graduating seniors! On Saturday, May 18th, many CJS faculty were on hand to celebrate with the approximately 300 Seniors who graduated with their degree in Criminology and Justice Studies. Read more