Committed to Deepening Our Understanding of Crime, Governance and Social Justice
A practice-focused, intellectual experience. Students often debate issues such as police legitimacy, victims’ rights, mass incarceration, fairness in sentencing, and reintegration of formerly incarcerated individuals, as well as a wide variety of other topics. Criminal Justice majors make a difference by working in various criminal justice agencies, becoming attorneys and attending graduate school.
- You can read Temple University’s Department of Criminal Justice Statement of Solidarity - June 8th
- BA in Criminal Justice
- Minor in Criminal Justice
- MA in Criminal Justice
- 4+1 BA/MA Program
- Graduate Certificate in Police Leadership
- Graduate Certification in Crime Science
- PhD in Criminal Justice
Undergraduate: A Practice-Focused Experience
Engage in a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of crime, offenders, and victims, as well as the agencies, goals, laws, policies and processes of the criminal justice system.
Graduate: Policy-Oriented Research and Training
A dynamic environment in which faculty, with graduate students, conduct research at the local, regional, national and international levels.
Get Involved with an Internship
Internships give you the opportunity to come in contact with criminal justice organizations that work in the broader field of criminal justice-related policy and practice.