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
The Los Angeles Police Department’s new Chief, Michel Moore, made campus history Wednesday night when he spoke at California State University, Northridge — a CSUN first, and his first forum on a college campus since being named LA’s chief law enforcement officer this past summer. Moore, who took the helm of the nation’s third-largest municipal police force, visited with students and spoke as part of a presentation to students and faculty in CSUN’s new Department of Criminology and Justice Studies (CJS).
The CSUN Department of Criminology and Justice Studies and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences are proud to present CSUN Chat with the Chief, an open conversation between the LAPD and the CSUN community. For more information and to register for this FREE event, please Read more
The (M)others explores the stories of four women brought together by the unimaginable experience of losing a loved one at the hands of police. This documentary performance weaves together their interviews to explore the traumatic effect of the event on their lives. Read more