Criminal justice is the application or study of laws regarding criminal behavior. The core issues, sanctioning those who violate laws with penalties and rehabilitation efforts, are essential to the moral fabric and cohesion of society. Our program offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Criminal Justice as well as a graduate certificate program.
Faculty in the Wilder School are leading scholars in the fields of criminal justice, criminology, juvenile justice organized crime, terrorism and white collar crime among other areas.
- Jay S. Albanese
- Kristine Artello
- Blythe Bowman
- Christine Bryce
- Hayley Cleary
- Jill A. Gordon
- Stephen Gottfredson
- Christina Mancini
- Robyn McDougle
- Laura Moriarty
- Nancy Morris
- William Pelfrey Jr.
For general questions about scheduling courses, meeting university requirements or meeting major requirements, please begin by contacting the Wilder School Undergraduate Advising Office at (804) 827-0790 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The office serves as the first point-of-contact for all program-related questions.
For up-to-date news on the Criminal Justice programs and activities, visit https://sites.google.com/a/vcu.edu/criminaljustice-vcuwilder/home.
For further information, please contact:
Assistant Chair, Criminal Justice Programs