Criminology and Justice Studies
The Department of Criminology and Justice Studies was established in Fall 2017. The Criminology and Justice Studies program promotes the theoretical, analytical, and practical understanding of crime, victimization, and the criminal justice system from a social scientific perspective. The program provides a foundation for the study of criminology and criminal justice based in critical thinking and application, theory and research methodology, understanding diversity and global perspectives, writing, and fundamentals of law and ethical practice. The department also emphasizes the intersections between the academic and professional which provides students a meaningful learning environment for application to criminal justice careers. Partnerships between the department and both the University community and the community at large provide the fertile ground for these intersections.
Job Fair: Join the SFPD
Monday, April 3, 2023 - 10:00am to 2:00pm
Please join us for a Career Fair hosted by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the San Francisco Police Department Recruitment Unit and learn what it takes to join SFPD. Get more information about this event.