Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, and Homeland Security
Criminal justice refers to the “agencies of social control that handle offenders.” These agencies include police departments, courts and correctional facilities. This department offers programs of study for A.S. and B.S. degrees in Criminal Justice and Legal Studies. Click on the heading for a complete listing of degrees as well as co-op and internship programs.
The professors in the Criminal Justice program are highly qualified academically and have many years of professional experience. They are practitioners from the fields of law enforcement, the judiciary, corrections, prosecution, forensic science and law.
The Legal Studies full time faculty are experienced attorneys and educators who have practiced, lectured and published in many and varied areas of law. The Legal Studies Director is past President of the American Association for Paralegal Education. The faculty are committed to assisting students successfully begin their careers and preparing them for future law-related opportunities.
Antoinette Collarini-Schlossberg, Ph.D.
Harvey Schlossberg, Ph.D.
Program Director - Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice and Legal Studies
Thomas John Ward, Ph.D.
Criminal Justice Leadership Graduate Program Director